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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.
NEA is honored to share this important, powerful documentary “Preventable: Protecting our largest organ”. We are aligned with the ITSAN community and are partnering towards a better future.
After moving to three different states, I learned that geographic location has a curious impact on my atopic dermatitis.
NEA’s product directory is a mobile friendly, searchable database that makes it easier than ever to find personal care products for eczema skin.
Treating the symptoms and side effects of atopic dermatitis should not be done solo. Learn how to put together a whole crew of medical professionals to help you feel your best.
A month-long trip through Europe triggered the worst eczema flare-up of my life. But I learned some valuable lessons from this experience.
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.”
Six Eczema Warriors from across the United States demonstrate the different ways atopic dermatitis affects our physical and mental health.