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British recording artist, actress and wellness coach Nataylia Roni walks us through a day in her life as a person with eczema.
You try all the creams, ointments, doctors, pills, experts and theories, but in the end, you just get used to living with eczema.
NEA’s new Teen Engagement Program Steering Committee shares their stories to help other teens with eczema overcome challenges in life.
Being a teenager can be … interesting. Millennials who survived those awkward teen years offer their best advice for overcoming the day-to-day challenges of eczema.
School + Eczema = Stress. That’s why NEA created the Eczema: Tools for School guidebooks to help parents, students and teachers manage eczema in the classroom.
A NEA-funded study found that mothers of children with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis are more likely to experience sleep loss and caregiver fatigue.
Eczema families, pediatric dermatologists and a pediatric allergist share their best advice for raising little ones with atopic dermatitis and allergies, and how to prep them for adulthood.
The researchers suggest doctors combine basic skincare techniques with cutting-edge treatments to maximize the well-being of their patients.
Research studies reveal that people with atopic dermatitis are more likely to harbor suicidal thoughts than those without the disease.
In the “Golden Age of Eczema,” people with atopic dermatitis have more treatment options than ever before, with even more drugs making their way to pharmacy shelves.