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Preadolescent acne: the better we can identify cutaneous microbiota, the better the treatment will be

Identifying prepubescent children’s cutaneous microbiota may change how we treat their acne, an American study suggests.   Adolescents are not the only ones to suffer from acne; some adults and three-quarters of prepubescent children are also affected. Unlike adolescents and adults, for w...
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Acne: the triggering factors

An international team has identified the broad categories of environmental, psychological and social factors that encourage the appearance of acne. A sound knowledge of these parameters— collectively called the exposome —facilitates the implementation of preventive or corrective actions.   ...
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Does the Western diet give you spots?

By disorganizing the intestinal microbiota, the Western diet, too high in fats and dairy products, encourages the development of acne, according to a Chinese study.   Acne vulgaris–commonly called acne–is a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin which affects 80% to 90% of adolesce...
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