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The Treatment Plan that Helped One Mom Manage Her Son’s Eczema

NEA Community member Vrinda Nargund took a holistic approach to treating her son’s severe eczema and asthma.

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Complementary, Integrative and Alternative Medicine 101

About 50% of patients with atopic dermatitis report having used alternative and complementary treatments. But what does complementary and alternative medicine mean? And how do you know which natural treatments work for eczema and which ones you should pass on?

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Earning Your Place in the Sun

Doctors, parents, and patients offer advice for how to beat the heat and avoid summertime flares.

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Natural and Alternative Treatments for Eczema

It is no surprise that more than half of all eczema patients have reported using some form of alternative medicine, and that the majority continues to search for new and better treatment options.

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How Dietary Supplements Helped My Eczema from the NEA Community

Five members of the NEA community share their stories of how they used supplements to improve their eczema symptoms.

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Eczema Treatment

The key to staying healthy while living with eczema is to keep symptoms under control. That’s why it’s good to know about the everyday “triggers” in your surroundings — like dry skin, irritants, allergens and stress — that might make your or your child’s eczema flare up, or get worse. In many cases eczema is […]

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My Family’s Eczema Treatment Plan

My Family’s Eczema Treatment Plan My family has had the enormous project of dealing with my son’s eczema and asthma.  It began as soon as he turned 3 months old (just like with my older son).  However, his condition lasted way past the 18 months of age that my pediatrician and I hoped for, that […]

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15 Tips For Avoiding Eczema Flares in Winter

Not looking forward to dealing with your eczema in winter? Members of the NEA community offer 15 tips to help you survive the storm

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Eczema Boot Camp: Suzanne’s Story

The Eczema Boot Camp regimen perhaps did not save my life, but it gave me back my life. Wet wrap therapy is the most effective tool I’ve found after 36 years of struggle.

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Sun Exposure and Eczema: Does Reduced UV-B Exposure Contribute to an Increase in Atopic Dermatitis?

Could insufficient exposure to sunlight be contributing to the current atopic dermatitis epidemic?

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