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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.
What do you do when you have eczema, and you and your doctor are not a match? It’s simple. You end things amicably, move on and keep searching until you find “the one.”
Before you embark on your next elimination diet, check out what eczema expert Dr. Peter Lio had to say about food allergies vs. food sensitivities vs. “eczematous food reactions.”
If you’re thinking of treating your eczema with fermented apple juice, you may want to read this first.
Does coconut oil help eczema? The answer isn’t as clear as you might think.
A particularly painful flare-up of atopic dermatitis gave me a new sense of purpose and a more positive outlook on life.
Writing down your feelings about eczema not only improves your mental health, it can boost your immune system too. But if you share your story with others—that’s when the real healing begins.
Now that we’re in the “Era of Eczema,” it’s never been easier for patients to help researchers develop better treatments for atopic dermatitis.
Learn how to research the wording and ingredients on your personal and household product labels to make sure they’re safe for eczema skin.
A mom’s frustration with struggling to find non-toxic skincare products for her son led to a new job and an opportunity to advocate for NEA.