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Types of eczema: contact dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is a form of eczema that occurs when the skin is exposed to an irritant or allergen resulting in a red, itchy or painful rash.

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Types of eczema: dyshidrotic eczema

A blistering rash on hands or feet is the hallmark of this form of eczema, which is often triggered by stress.

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5 ways I manage my dyshidrotic eczema

I remember when I first got the onset of my dyshidrotic eczema in August of 2017. I had no clue that what seemed like a harmless little rash would soon take over my life and threaten my mental health.

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Can meditation help ease eczema itch?

Researchers have reported that meditation is a viable coping mechanism during eczema flares. Participants in the NEA-funded study found that consistent meditation helped improve concentration and gave them a sense of control over their itch.

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Skincare tips for people of color

Understanding the unique qualities of your skin type – and how it’s affected by eczema – can help you identify the best skincare regimen and treatments.

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Get the Facts: Wet Wraps

What are wet wraps, and do they really help soothe symptoms of eczema? Spoiler alert: Yes!

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Everything you need to know about eczema in skin of color

Eczema can sometimes appear, and even behave, differently across the skin tone spectrum. This can lead to diagnostic challenges for doctors, and a greater burden of disease for patients of color.

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Spoil your favorite spoonie

Whether you’re shopping for a parent, partner, child or even yourself, these are the gifts that keep on giving.

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Surviving holiday stress

When the holidays are supposed to be holly jolly, but you’re over here trying your best not to fa-la-la-la freak out.

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‘Tis the season for triggers

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.

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