A recent paper found convincing evidence that both men and women with rosacea are at a greater risk for developing new-onset migraines, particularly women.
A recent paper found convincing evidence that both men and women with rosacea are at a greater risk for developing new-onset migraines, particularly women.
A recent paper found convincing evidence that both men and women with rosacea are at a greater risk for developing new-onset migraines, particularly women.

Migraines and rosacea may be connected, study says

June 12, 2017 08:32 PM

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About Dr. Leslie Baumann

Dr. Leslie Baumann

@BaumannCosmetic

Dr. Leslie Baumann founded the University of Miami Cosmetic Medicine and Research Institute at UM in 1997 and served on the faculty, most recently as a Professor.