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A severe allergic reaction sent me to the emergency room, where the staff inspired me to become a nurse. Today, I specialize in caring for patients with atopic dermatitis.
A 16-year-old explains what it’s like to be a teenager with eczema and how attending Expo Camp gave him a new perspective on life.
After moving to three different states, I learned that geographic location has a curious impact on my atopic dermatitis.
Steve Gawron of Long Island, New York, is getting used to his clear skin after battling severe atopic dermatitis for almost five decades.
We might not have been able to fit ALL 400 OF YOU in this article, but Expo attendees, you left an imprint on our hearts. Thanks for joining us at Expo ’18!
Hundreds of Eczema Warriors convened in Chicago in July 2018 to prove to the world (and themselves) that you really can “live your best life” with eczema.
Eczema Expo 2018 reminded me of a fun family reunion with lots of food, laughter, dancing and breakout sessions…?? OK, maybe not that part.
I’ve had eczema for as long as I can remember, but it has only been in these last few months that I truly embraced what it means to be an Eczema Warrior.
When you live with a chronic disease like eczema, you have to be a cheerleader for your own health and happiness. Get to know the basics of self-advocacy.
A month-long trip through Europe triggered the worst eczema flare-up of my life. But I learned some valuable lessons from this experience.