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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.
What do you get when you bring adults and children with eczema, their loved ones, world-renowned eczema researchers and medical providers, and the companies that make eczema treatments and products all under one roof? ✨ MAGIC. ✨
After a serious medical scare, I ditched steroids for good. My decision may not be the right choice for everyone. But it helped me understand that we have to advocate for ourselves, even if it means going against the grain.
There are lots of unknowns when it comes to biologics and pregnancy. That’s why it’s important to ask questions — and to make sure your doctor’s on your side.
The hardest part about being a parent of a child with eczema is the unpredictable roller coaster of identifying triggers and finding effective treatments.
My skin was perfectly fine until I encountered the evil villain known as knapweed. That was when all hell broke loose.
Travel blogger Camille Knowles shares her best tips for traveling with eczema.
From pediatric research to educational materials to Expo scholarship funding, these are just a few of the ways NEA supports eczema families.
A candid photography project I did in college finally brought me out of my “eczema shell” for good.