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Why I became an eczema advocate

…to find a different job, I learned about the National Eczema Association and instantly signed up to become an advocate. I knew that I could make a change for people…

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How Dietary Supplements Helped My Eczema from the NEA Community

…that Advocate readers do an Internet search with the key words “vitamin D and eczema.” There are thousands of articles attesting to its potential as a preventive and treatment when…

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Put Some Skin in the Game

…our community of advocates as we claim this right for all of Americans with eczema. As a NEA advocate, you are part of a movement to demand better treatments and…

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Working with Your Health Insurance

…conduct a full and fair review of its decision. You must file your internal appeal within six months of receiving notice that your claim was denied. The Patient Advocate Foundation…

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My Skin Talks To Me: My Experience Living With Eczema for 40 Years

…talking about their own eczema struggles in The Advocate’s “Scratch Pad” section. I made a donation to NEA so that I could get their materials, and I received a very…

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Bullying and Self-Esteem in Kids with Eczema

…Sci; 22; 430-436 Stawser M, Storch E, Roberti J (2005) The Teasing Questionnaire-Revised: measurement of childhood teasing in adults. J Anxiety Disord; 19; 780-92 First published in The Advocate Fourth…

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Eczema Boot Camp: Suzanne’s Story

…eczema boot Camp regimen if you answer yes to more than one of these questions: Reading this issue of The Advocate brings on tears of frustration or sadness about your…

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Eczema and Your Health Care

You’re in control of your eczema, not the other way around. It’s time to feel empowered. There’s no better time than now to become an advocate for your own health…

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NEA Celebrates Another Win for Access to New Atopic Dermatitis Therapy Dupixent

…was insufficient evidence to make a determination on the value of crisaborole at this time. Sue Lipworth, a former NEA board member and NEA advocate was asked to share her…

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How new federal policies could impact eczema health care

…do I become an advocate for eczema patients? We predict that 2018 will be a year of opportunities and challenges for the eczema community and invite our members to join…

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