Dermatology: Acne, Hormones & Milk

Acne is so common an affliction, especially among teenagers, that some authorities regard it as an unavoidable side effect of hormonal changes during puberty. As a result, general medical textbooks either ignore the problem or dismiss it in a sentence. But there is far more to acne than that, California's Dr. Jerome K. Fisher told the American Dermatological Association. And much of the trouble can be traced to what goes into the victim's stomach. From a study of 1,088 patients seen in ten years of Pasadena practice, Dermatologist Fisher has concluded that...

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