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Take a stand against step therapy

Take a stand against step therapy

NEA is ramping up its efforts at the state and federal levels to end step therapy, the health insurance protocol that re...


This is a letter ‘to those’

This is a letter ‘to those’

I want all the people living with eczema – along with their friends and family – to know that there is a light at th...


To other teens with eczema: it gets better

To other teens with eczema: it gets better

Stress-induced eczema and painful skin infections while attempting to keep my grades up drove me to my breaking point. B...


The power of the eczema community

The power of the eczema community

A cross-country move for work left me feeling alone in an unfamiliar place. So, I reached out to local eczema warriors f...


Watch out for these holiday hazards  

Watch out for these holiday hazards  

The holiday season is sneaking up on us. Be prepared to fight flare-ups....


From angry and addicted to happy and healthy

From angry and addicted to happy and healthy

After hitting rock bottom from steroid addiction, Suneil Doug, a fitness instructor living in the U.K., found a new outl...


NEA’s founders reminisce on the past 30 years

NEA’s founders reminisce on the past 30 years

NEA has come a long way since its inception in 1988, thanks to three dedicated people in Portland, Oregon, who watched t...


The eczema warrior’s guide to irritation-free beauty

The eczema warrior’s guide to irritation-free beauty

Salon visits are meant to leave you feeling confident and relaxed — not embarrassed or covered in an itchy rash. Here...