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    • 1.

      What is Eczema?

      by Susan Fielding - 2006-11-30
      Eczema is a commonly used term, which includes many varieties of inflamed skin conditions. Probably the most common of all forms of eczema is what is known as atopic dermatitis. About 10% to 20% of th...
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      Scientists Say New Wine May be Effective Eczema Treatment

      by Gloria MacTaggart - 2006-12-07
      Germans scientists have turned their talents to the world of gastronomy and produced seaweed wine - which, in addition to its epicurean delight, will apparently help improve eczema. While we can't vou...
    • 3.

      Can Eczema Be Treated with Calamine Lotion?

      by Gloria MacTaggart - 2006-12-08
      If you've ever had a poison ivy rash as a child, you'll remember being covered in pink calamine lotion. What many people don't know is that it can also bring relief to eczema sufferers. Of course, it ...
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      Understanding Eczema's Vicious 5 Step Cycle

      by Broyde McDonald - 2006-12-10
      Eczema is a common name for the type of reaction where skin once disturbed itches, weeps fluid, oozes bloody pus from a rash, and becomes thick and swollen. These symptoms are progressive with the mo...
    • 5.

      Understanding Eczema's Itch

      by Broyde McDonald - 2006-12-16
      Eczema is not a single disease of the skin. It is a range of diseases that have the same effect on skin. It is a virus that causes skin to itch. When this itch is scratched, the itch gets worse. W...
    • 6.

      New Eczema Research Reveals Safe, Natural Prevention for Infants

      by Gloria MacTaggart - 2006-12-19
      According to the largest and most influential of all dermatologic associations, the American Academy of Dermatologists, eczema affects 10 to 20 percent of all infants, but new research has found an in...
    • 7.

      Oracea: Get Rid of Rosacea, Unmask the Beauty within You

      by Adam Frazer - 2007-01-08
      Rosacea can be understood as a skin condition which is distinguished by continual irritation of cheeks, nose, forehead, chin; reddening; broken blood vessels; red bumps; stinging and burning sensation...
    • 8.

      Eczema Treatment with Homemade Oatmeal Recipes Brings Relief

      by Gloria MacTaggart - 2007-01-09
      You've probably noticed skin care products containing oatmeal on the shelves and, odd as it may seem, oatmeal is one of the best dry skin and eczema treatments around. However, the commercial products...
    • 9.

      Best Home Remedies to Relief Eczema

      by Rich Fuller - 2007-01-18
      Many eczema sufferers choose home remedies to relieve symptoms and help heal their skin condition. Home remedies may include diet changes, the topical use of medicinal herbs and nutritional supplement...
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      Eczema Treatment: UVB Light Often Effective In Treating Eczema

      by Rich Fuller - 2007-01-19
      Treatment with UVB light is considered one of the safest forms of phototherapy for widespread eczema that has not responded to medications applied to the skin. Usually three to five treatments a week ...