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The National Eczema Association unveils a billboard in Times Square for eczema awareness throughout the summer of 2018.
NEA unveils plans for 2018 including establishing a new education coalition for medical professionals and launching a web platform that makes it easier for patients to collaborate on eczema care with their doctors.
In keeping with its commitment to serve the eczema community regardless of financial status, NEA awarded a record number of scholarships to individuals and families to attend the Eczema Expo this year.
Words have power. It is our responsibility to use them accurately to empower and not tear down already disenfranchised communities like people with chronic health conditions such as eczema.
National Eczema Association awards a record number of scholarships to its 2018 health conference, Eczema Expo ’18.
A competition at his gym enabled Anthony Trias and his teammates to win a $5,000 prize, which was donated to NEA in honor of his son, Aiden.
As part of NEA’s Raise Your Voice campaign, eczema advocates are working with state legislators to raise eczema awareness.
A new survey from the National Eczema Association shows atopic dermatitis is more than skin deep
A college student passionate about patient rights had October declared Eczema Awareness Month in her home state of Louisiana, then took on Congress in Washington, D.C.
On behalf of the more than 30 million Americans with eczema, I want to impress upon you that this disease is no joke. For millions, eczema is a life-changing disease – one that is unpredictable, uncomfortable and often uncontrollable.