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Researchers explore whether exposure to environmental factors — such as climate change, indoor and outdoor air pollution and prenatal stress — play a significant role in the development of allergic diseases.
Released on March 18, 2020, the “More Than Skin Deep” Voice of the Patient Report radically expands our understanding of the lived experience of patients and caregivers affected by eczema.
Researchers speculate whether children with AD are at greater risk of developing behavioral issues and whether asthmatic children are at greater risk of developing emotional challenges.
Researchers have reported that meditation is a viable coping mechanism during eczema flares. Participants in the NEA-funded study found that consistent meditation helped improve concentration and gave them a sense of control over their itch.
A new kind of lab mouse might someday help scientists better understand the role microbiota play in eczema and the human immune response.
Researchers at the University of Virginia found that soaking in dilute apple cider vinegar was more likely to cause mild skin irritation than improve skin integrity.
Researchers are starting to identify distinct characteristics of atopic dermatitis in elderly patients along with special considerations required for diagnosing and treating them.
Researchers examined the skin of children who have atopic dermatitis combined with food allergies and identified characteristics that are unique to the dual condition compared to AD alone.
The relationship between atopic dermatitis and Staphylococcus aureus is longstanding and complex. A Dutch company is investing in a new technology that targets staph to help reduce disease severity.
In addition to conjunctivitis, a widely reported side effect of the atopic dermatitis biologic Dupixent (dupilumab), researchers report that eosinophilia and facial eczema could also be side effects.