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Over 6-week antibiotic acne treatment raises risk of upper ...
Individuals treated with antibiotics for acne for more than six weeks were more than twice as likely to develop an upper respiratory tract infection within one year as individuals with acne who were not treated with antibiotics, according to an article in the September issue of Archives of Dermatology, one of the JAMA/Archives journals
Oral Antibiotics For Acne Treatment: Minocycline
It is these antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects that are important for acne treatment.
Say No to Antibiotic Acne Treatment - Quick Acne Treatment!
Learn about the adverse effects of acne antibiotics.
Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics Antibiotics, Acne, and ...
adolescents and young adults treated with antibiotics for acne. ... The reasons that acne antibiotic users might be at increased risk for URI are ...
Antibiotic Tablets For Acne - Patient UK
Acne is common and usually treatable. You may need to take treatment for several months to clear spots. This leaflet describes the treatment of acne with antibiotic tablets. There is a separate leaflet that describes topical (rub-on) treatments for acne. There is also another general leaflet about acne.
Antibiotics Used to Treat Acne
Antibiotics are frequently used to treat acne. This article gives a profile of some of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics for acne.
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Taking Antibiotics for Acne May Increase Risk of Upper RTI
Patients who were receiving antibiotic treatment for acne were more likely to develop a URTI than those with acne who were not receiving such treatment.
Acne Treatment With Antibiotics
Oral and topical antibiotics are effective acne control treatments. Find out more about the antibiotics used for acne control.
Antibiotics for acne. DermNet NZ
Authoritative facts about the skin from the New Zealand Dermatological Society.
Acne, Antibiotics, and the Common Cold - DrGreene.com
Read an article that discusses antibiotic treatment for acne and how it increases chances of catching a cold and other viral illnesses.
Acne Resource Center - Using Antibiotics to Reduce Acne
Using Antibiotics to Reduce Acne
Antibiotic Use in Acne Associated With Respiratory Tract Infection
Antibiotic treatment of acne may be associated with upper respiratory tract infections. Arch Dermatol 2005;141(9):1132-1136. ...
ScienceDaily: Treating Acne With Antibiotics Leads To Resistance
The use of antibiotics to treat severe acne can lead to the development of antibiotic resistance in the bacteria that cause the skin condition, say researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden.
NPR : Doubts Raised Over Antibiotic Use for Acne
Dermatologists routinely treat acne in teens with antibiotics, but new research has doctors and patients thinking twice before selecting a long-term antibiotic treatment. Such use may lead to increased respiratory infections in teens.
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