Study: Caffeine Intake From Coffee Linked To Lower Incident Rosacea In Women

Oct. 18, 2018

A recently study on more than 80,000 nurses showed an inverse between risk of rosacea and increased caffeine intake from coffee, according to findings published in the JAMA Dermatology. The association supports the idea that caffeine consumption from coffee might limit the occurrence of rosacea. Caffeine from other sources, such as tea, soda and chocolate did not show the same results. 

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