Examples of acne in a Sentence
a teenager with bad acne
Recent Examples of acne from the Web
This can also be a side effect for some anti-inflammatories (pain killers), antihistamines (allergy medications), antibiotics, diuretics, as well as some drugs taken for acne, fungal infections, heart problems, and diabetes.
Others with more benign ailments, such as acne, faced higher rates.
The site included a blog that featured writing from Owens on a variety of topics including anorexia, acne, breakups and dating — and occasionally politics.
Other company products were recommended for acne, to stimulate production of stem cells, to reduce tartar buildup and to promote healthy circulation, the FDA letter says.
Such prescriptions can be an effective form of treatment for chronic acne, but taking them for longer periods of time can potentially result in serious implications.
Consider asking your doctor for alternatives, such as antibiotic-free topicals like retinol for acne.
But there's more to the movie than the usual teen angst and acne.
For those of us who remember having more acne than friends in junior high, Bo Burnham's poignant coming-of-age comedy (in theaters Friday in New York and Los Angeles, expanding nationwide throughout the summer) will feel all too real.
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ACNE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of acne for English Language Learners
medical : a condition in which the skin on a person's face, neck, etc., has many small, swollen spots (called pimples)
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