What Risks Are Associated With Eczema?

Risks Associated with Eczema “Baby eczema” is a term sometimes used to describe the most common chronic type of eczema when it appears first in infancy.  Of new cases of eczema, 65% are diagnosed in babies less than one year of age. It is this age group of eczema suffers that are the most difficult…

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How is Eczema Treated?

How Is Eczema Treated? Eczema Treatment   Eczema treatment has advanced tremendously from historical remedies of strawberry baths and application of slugs to affected areas.  Though research continues in search of a definitive cause and cure, suffers are now better able to prevent outbreaks and control distressful itching. Hence, eczema treatment is a must. Eczema…

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Are There Different Forms Of Eczema?

Are There Different Forms Of Eczema? Though the word “eczema” is commonly used to describe “atopic dermatitis”, a chronic type of eczema, the word actually defines a group of skin conditions that share similar symptoms (i.e. dryness, redness, swelling, itching, scaling and oozing). Under normal conditions the outer layer of skin acts as a barrier,…

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