H Pylori is Associated with Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic skin disorder that primarily affects the face (cheeks, nose, chin and central forehead). Although the exact mechanisms for the development of rosacea are not clear, it is known that inflammation plays a central role in the disorder. Recent evidence suggests that this inflammation is associated with the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) that are released by the body’s inflammatory cells (including neutrophils). Topical application of drugs that contain antioxidants seems to work quite well in the treatment of rosacea. The antioxidants work to quench the ROS in much the same way as antioxidants in...