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Do you know what triggers heat hives and how to avoid them? From light cotton clothes to avoiding spicy foods, the answers might surprise you.
The best time to step up your skin health game is when chronic idiopathic urticaria goes into remission. Here are the top skin health tips to protect against another outbreak.
These are the leading organizations and online support tools that can help you navigate the challenges of living with these sometimes overwhelming conditions.
Does your skin become extremely itchy when you take a hot shower or exercise in warm weather? This could be the reason why.
Here's what you should know about heat hives, cold-induced urticaria and other ways that weather changes can cause flare-ups.
Understanding the connection between stress and chronic hives could be the key to controlling your flare-ups.
If you get itchy, burning heat hives when the weather warms up, try these tips for keeping your skin cool.
Hives can come in different forms–acute, chronic or physical–and have an even greater number of triggers. Here’s a guide to the most common hive-causing triggers.