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Does Alcohol Intake Lead to an Increased Rate of Rosacea?


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"Following fourteen years of follow-up analysis, this study showed that increased alcohol intake was associated with a significantly higher risk of rosacea when compared to individuals who never consumed alcohol. Of the individual types of alcohol beverages, the consumption of white wine or liquor showed an even higher association with rosacea risk. Interestingly, white wine and liquor are the only two types of alcoholic beverages that lack anti-inflammatory components such as flavonoids which are present in red wine. Importantly, this study adds to the growing body of evidence in implicating alcohol consumption as a factor in the development of rosacea."

Does Alcohol Intake Lead to an Increased Rate of Rosacea?, Written by Neeti Vashi, BSc, Medical News Bulletin

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