Krista Bennett DeMaio

Krista Bennett DeMaio

Health Writer

Krista Bennett DeMaio has well over a decade of editorial experience. The former magazine-editor-turned-freelance writer regularly covers skincare, health, beauty, and lifestyle topics. Her work has appeared in national publications and websites including Oprah, Women’s Health, Redbook, Shape, Dr. Oz The Good Life,, and She lives in Huntington, New York with her husband and three daughters.

Latest Articles by Krista Bennett DeMaio

atopic dermatitis

Breakthrough Treatments for Severe Eczema

Recent eczema advances have helped tremendously, but it turns out, they’re just scratching the surface. Here, a look at what’s next.

Summer Self-Care Toolkit

The Great Sunscreen Buying Guide

The best sunscreen is the one you’ll apply every day. That means you should like how it looks and feels. Here, the best SPFs for all your needs.

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Wrapping Up Severe Eczema

When injectables or oral therapies aren’t an option (like, if you’re a kid), here are the pro-approved tips to soothe flares with wet dressings.

child psoriasis

6 Conditions Connected With Pediatric Psoriasis

The inflammatory skin condition can increase your child’s risk for other health conditions. Here’s what you should be on the lookout for.

Psoriatic Arthritis

Your Complete Guide to PsA Self-Care

You’re working with your doctor and taking your meds. What else can you do to ease PsA aches and pains? Get sweet relief with these expert-approved tips, product picks, and mindfulness moves.

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Parkinson's Disease

The Emotional Impact of Parkinson’s Psychosis

People often have tremors, stammering speech, compromised mobility, and even depression with this neurological disorder. But many experience hallucinations and delusions, too.


How to Find a Great GYN When Your OB Days Are Done

If the change of life is here, it may be time to change your doctor for one who specializes in menopause.

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Arthritis & Joints

Best Spring Sports for Kids With JIA

Keeping your child active is important with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, but some athletic pursuits are better for the condition than others.