Child Eczema

Eczema in children and babies affects 10% of all infants. The exact cause is not known, but AD results from a combination of family heredity and a variety of conditions in everyday life that triggers the red, itchy rash. Information on eczema in babies and children can be found below.

Infants & Toddlers

Eczema is a chronic itchy skin condition. Eczema usually starts within the first five years of life, most often in the first six months. It typically lasts into childhood and adolescence.

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Atopic Dermatitis in Children

Atopic dermatitis (AD), often called eczema (pronounced “EK-zema”) or atopic eczema is a very common skin disease. It affects between 8.7% to 18.1% of all infants and children.

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Tools for School

NEA’s Eczema: Tools for School is a kit designed to help parents and educators give children with eczema the best possible school experience.

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Eczema from a Child’s Perspective

A thoughtful series created by children for children. All the pictures and words in the following pages were collected at a NEA conference where children could express themselves through artwork…

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Dermatitis Atópica en Niños

La dermatitis atópica (DA), también conocida simplemente como eccema o eccema atópico, en una enfermedad muy común de la piel.

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