A diagnosis of severe and active atopic eczema may moderately increase risk of cardiovascular disease, conditions that affect your heart and blood vessels.
Have you ever told a friend with eczema that changing their diet, showering less often, or using a steroid cream would cure their condition? Find out if you right.
If you’re not using a mobile app to track your eczema flare-ups, it’s time to give it a whirl.
Dyshidrotic eczema, also called foot-and-hand eczema, vesicular eczema or pompholyx, is a skin condition characterized by small, deep blisters.
In the past, any skin that was less-than-perfect was considered a diamond in the rough. However, skin conditions are now being embraced and displayed in many artforms, edifying people around the world.
Whether it’s through innocent curiosity or rude observation, some questions about eczema can still hurt, or be downright annoying.
Take this quiz to find out if you are doing all you can to minimize flares and stay informed about eczema care!
Want more friends that also are living with eczema? Connect with others easily with these tips?
How to stay careful about certain foods, products, and environments that can trigger a flare.
Many parents feel disconnected and alone while dealing with eczema. These sites can help.