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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.
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.
Travel blogger Camille Knowles shares her best tips for traveling with eczema.
Whether it’s a business trip or a family vacation, people with eczema often struggle with travel-related flares or avoid traveling altogether. Here’s how to expand your horizons while keeping allergies in check.
What is acupuncture, and can it really help symptoms of eczema? If you’re needling us for an answer, then we’ll get right to the point.
Research studies reveal that people with atopic dermatitis are more likely to harbor suicidal thoughts than those without the disease.
According to Dr. Jonathan Silverberg, the future of eczema care involves collaboration among doctors and the patients themselves.
Because eczema triggers vary from individual to individual, recognizing and avoiding them can be challenging—but doable.
Integrative medicine is gaining traction in the health care field, specifically the idea of balancing conventional treatments with complementary therapies for a whole-body approach to treating eczema.
Everyone should have emergency plans in place to ensure they have food, water and safety in the event of a disaster. But people with eczema have additional concerns to manage. NEA is here to help.