Navigating Food Allergies when Dining Out

Researchers estimate that 32 million Americans have food allergies, and studies show that they are becoming more and more common. In fact, the prevalence of food allergies in children increased by 50 percent between 1997 and 2011. It’s also a good idea to think carefully about the risks associated with dining out. Each year in…

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Natural Treatment for Eczema on Breast

Are you suffering from eczema on breast? Breast eczema can be uncomfortable and, depending on the degree of severity, it can even be painful. It can also make people self-conscious of their appearance and can have a negative effect on relationships. In this post, we’ll share natural remedies, soothing clothing, and simple lifestyle changes that…

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The Best Jewelry for Sensitive Skin

If you suffer from sensitive skin, it can be difficult to find jewelry that doesn’t cause a negative reaction. Although a piece of jewelry may be beautiful, it can leave behind redness, ugly rashes, blisters, and even scabs when it comes into contact with your skin. In this post, we’re sharing the jewelry for allergies…

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Zinc Oxide for Perioral Dermatitis

Are you noticing a red and bumpy rash around your mouth? This inflammatory facial rash could be a sign of perioral dermatitis. A common skin condition that generally appears more often in women than men, perioral dermatitis can be safely treated with the help of some natural skin care products and the healing powers of…

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Food For Healthy Skin and Sensitive Skin Conditions

Healthy, radiant skin can be viewed as a reflection of your overall health and nutrition status. Challenging skin conditions are on the rise for people of all ages, and there are a variety of underlying factors that can contribute to problematic skin. That said, the following seven skin conditions all have one potential cause in…

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How to Help a Baby Eczema Itching at Night

In this guest post by Rae from 4moms, we share the best ways to soothe and reduce baby eczema symptoms to help baby eczema itching at night. Baby skincare problems, like eczema are not uncommon, but they can be frustrating for both baby and parent. While there are multiple types of eczema, the National Eczema…

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Three Ways to Manage Psoriatic Arthritis

In this guest post by Nyaka Mwanza, discover some helpful and natural ways to lesson symptoms of psoriatic arthritis and improve your overall health and well-being.  Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is a form of inflammatory arthritis that affects people who have psoriasis, a chronic skin condition. Approximately 30 percent of people who have skin psoriasis also…

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How to Choose an Eczema Moisturizer

In this guest post by Jamie from My Itchy Child, discover the best moisturizing products for eczema and learn which qualities make an eczema moisturizer effective at hydrating dry, itchy skin. With so many products out on the market, finding an eczema moisturizer for children can be a daunting task. I have 3 children with…

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Can You Receive Eczema Disability Benefits?

There’s no doubt that eczema has an effect on one’s everyday life, but is eczema a disability? That’s the question we’ll be exploring in this blog post. If you have eczema or have a family member who does, you are likely well aware of the financial, emotional, professional, and personal costs the skin condition incurs.…

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