Family history, body mass index, selected dietary factors, menstrual history, and risk of moderate to severe acne in adolescents and young adults.

@article{Landro2012FamilyHB,
  title={Family history, body mass index, selected dietary factors, menstrual history, and risk of moderate to severe acne in adolescents and young adults.},
  author={Anna Di Landro and S Cazzaniga and Fabio Parazzini and Vito Ingordo and Francesco Cusano and Laura Atzori and Francesco Tripodi Cutr{\`i} and Maria Letizia Musumeci and Cornelia Zinetti and Enrico Pezzarossa and Vincenzo Bettoli and Marzia Caproni and Giovanni Lo Scocco and Angela Bonci and Pierluca Bencini and Luigi Naldi},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology},
  year={2012},
  volume={67 6},
  pages={1129-35}
}
BACKGROUND Genetic and environmental components may contribute to acne causation. OBJECTIVE We sought to assess the impact of family history, personal habits, dietary factors, and menstrual history on a new diagnosis of moderate to severe acne. METHODS We conducted a case-control study in dermatologic outpatient clinics in Italy. Cases (205) were consecutive those receiving a new diagnosis of moderate to severe acne. Control subjects (358) were people with no or mild acne, coming for a… CONTINUE READING
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