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Acne Vulgaris

Acne vulgaris the the medical name for when teenagers get pimples, presumably because teens love vulgarity. I read an article somewhere that suggested it developed as a way for cave man adolescents to present less of a threat to cave man men. 31 more words


Aesthetics Journal: Novan Therapeutics announces success of acne nitric-oxide based drug

Biotechnology company Novan Therapeutics has announced that it has received encouraging results from a phase 2b study analysing a nitric-oxide topical gel candidate drug. 

SB204, which is the company’s leading drug candidate for the treatment of acne vulgaris, was used in the trial and produced significant results on inflammatory and non-inflammatory lesions at week 12 on a recorded 213 patients. 173 more words


2016 Global acne vulgaris market analysis pipeline review, H2: Radiant Insights, Inc

Acne Vulgaris – Pipeline Review, H2 2016


Global Markets Direct’s latest Pharmaceutical and Healthcare disease pipeline guide Acne Vulgaris – Pipeline Review, H2 2016, provides an overview of the Acne Vulgaris (Dermatology) pipeline landscape. 770 more words

Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare

Low Glycemic Diet and Acne: How You Can Feel Better Inside and Out

Written by Mojgan Hosseinipour
Edited by Paul M. Graham

Historically, certain foods were thought to contribute to acne and dietary restriction was a part of acne treatment. 688 more words


Tips on Treating Acne!

Okay, I am going to try my best to keep this as short and simple as possible. I am not going to tell you to rub some mud with some pumpkin seeds and say this is some natural remedy that will cure your acne but I am going to tell you some tips that some people neglect. 993 more words


Acne Basics: Part 1

Written by Dr. Paul M. Graham

Acne is a chronic inflammatory skin disease that is characterized by the presence of blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, cyst, and nodules that occur on the face, neck, arms, chest, and back. 886 more words

Skin Disease

Dealing with Acne Depression

Acne vulgaris, a common skin disorder, was proven to cause significant psychological and psychosocial repercussions in 1955. Since then, measures have been taken to curb and prevent those effects. 453 more words