Living in a state of stress can impact both mental and physical health. For those with rosacea, stress can also be a trigger for their skin condition.
This issue includes a report on comorbidity studies that potentially link rosacea to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, as well as many other stories.
Researchers found that rosacea patients were significantly more likely to have insulin resistance, which may be a precursor to diabetes.
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