AcneHub.org Aims to Bring Hard-to-Find Acne Information from Scientific Publications to the General Public
New, informational acne website dispels myths and misconceptions about acne causes, treatment, and scarring.
Nashville, Tennessee (July 29th, 2011) - AcneHub.org, a comprehensive, new resource for acne sufferers, today announced it has officially gone online for the general public. The Nashville-based website is dedicated to pulverizing acne myths and replacing them with scientifically-based facts.
“This site provides answers to questions like ’what really causes acne’ and ’why do some pimples pop and heal quickly while others linger for weeks,” says AcneHub.org owner and founder Erik Pearson. "This site is the result of more than 4 months of research and more than 75 academic journal articles from leading dermatology publications.”
The new site covers key areas of concern like the best acne treatments, adult onset acne, and acne scarring treatment.
When acne sufferers go online in search of information, they’ll usually only find superficial and inaccurate claims like “avoid chocolate” and “wash more”, says Pearson; while, in fact, leader researchers have found no link between chocolate or lack of washing and acne. If these factors had an effect on acne, why do teens, who wash religiously, have more acne than adults? And, why do women frequently have adult onset acne in their late twenties without changing their habits?
Complete info on the new acne site can be found at http://www.acnehub.org/.
AcneHub.org is based on more than 75 academic journal articles from publications such as the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology and the Expert Review of Dermatology. Erik Pearson is a former acne sufferer and works as a pathology prosector (a lab worker who dissects medical specimens before they’re placed on microscope slides); his main focus is skin specimens.
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