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Many skin creams on the market can cause inflamed, itchy skin. Find out how to pick ones that will keep your eczema under control.
Author of “Itchin’ Since 87” explains why it’s so important to find ways to thrive and connect even when all you want to hide out at home.
Doctors are finding more and more evidence of the deeper and broader health impacts of eczema.
While exercise is great for your body, it can wreak havoc on your skin if you have eczema.
A key step in your beauty routine should be treating your skin with the right products.
Phototherapy can be effective for those who haven’t found relief with other treatments for severe eczema.
It’s the time of year for stylish and comfy sweaters! Unless you have eczema. Find out which fabrics to avoid and which ones to buy for happier skin.
Understanding the types of eczema and what causes (and how to treat) flare-ups.
Because eczema can’t be cured, only managed, knowing which medications can treat it is imperative.
Can you tell these two conditions apart? Psoriasis and eczema may look similar, but they're very different conditions. Here's how to spot the difference.