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Whether you’re shopping for a parent, partner, child or even yourself, these are the gifts that keep on giving.
The holidays are supposed to be holly jolly, but you’re over here trying your best not to fa-la-la-la freak out. Here are some tips for fighting holiday stress.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year when everything seems to set off your eczema and allergies. We asked an allergist and immunologist for advice.
Traditional Chinese Medicine, the ancient wellness practice of bringing all aspects of human health into balance, has been used to treat eczema symptoms for thousands of years. We recently spoke with a TCM practitioner (who is also an eczema patient) to learn more.
The holiday season is sneaking up on us. Be prepared to fight flare-ups.
Salon visits are meant to leave you feeling confident and relaxed — not embarrassed or covered in an itchy rash. Here’s how to get groomed without getting triggered.
Will drinking 16 ounces of straight celery juice on an empty stomach every morning help clear your eczema or prevent flare-ups from happening?
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.