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    • 1.

      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 ...
    • 3.

      Are You A Victim Of Occupational Eczema?

      by Louise Forrest - 2007-03-05
      Skin diseases that are caused by contact with chemicals related to your work are called occupational skin diseases.In order to diagnose these types of skin diseases, you will have to work closely with...
    • 4.

      Get a Grip on Infantile Eczema

      by Louise Forrest - 2007-03-06
      Many infants, especially in the west, tend to suffer from Infantile Eczema. The condition is also otherwise known as Atopic Dermatitis or Atopic Eczema and it is a severely itchy skin condition. It us...
    • 5.

      How To Help Your Child Cope With Eczema

      by Louise Forrest - 2007-03-06
      Eczema manifestations can be quite unpleasant to look at during flare ups, especially severe ones. In children, they often look even worse because children tend to scratch more than adults do.This app...
    • 6.

      Root Causes Of Eczema

      by Louise Forrest - 2007-03-06
      For years, no one has been quite sure what it is that causes the itchy, red flakes called eczema. The condition has affected an ever growing number of people worldwide, and strikes children, babies an...
    • 7.

      Eczema: Which Type Do You Have?

      by Louise Forrest - 2007-03-07
      Eczema is a very common problem worldwide. If you are suffering from the condition you know that it is itchy, frustrating and it spreads faster than an Australian bushfire, but did you know that there...
    • 8.

      Could Your Eczema Possibly Be Dyshidrotic?

      by Louise Forrest - 2007-03-07
      Dyshidrotic eczema generally affects the hands and the feet, and it is usually chronic and recurring. You will usually find that when you do suffer from an episode of this condition, you will have sma...
    • 9.

      Is Cotton Really Helping Your Eczema?

      by Louise Forrest - 2007-04-09
      Patients with Atopic Dermatitis, or eczema as most people know it, have been encouraged for years to only wear cotton fabric next to their skin to help with irritation. Cotton absorbs moisture and ...
    • 10.

      Which Of These Will Provide Relief For Eczema?

      by Louise Forrest - 2007-04-09
      Many people prefer creams for the topical medication that dermatologists/physicians prescribe to treat eczema as a first phase treatment. Ointments tend to be messier because of the petroleum base ...