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What Triggers Eczema? With Dr. Peter Lio

What triggers eczema? Find out from Dr. Peter Lio (see bio below). Scroll down to watch the video or read on for a full transcript. (transcript begins) Today’s question is: What triggers eczema? It’s important to know that for each person there may be different triggers. However, there are some universal triggers that affect many…

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Best Eczema Treatments for Babies: Your Guide to Natural Care

Did you know that, according to the National Eczema Society, as many as 10% of all infants in the US have some form of eczema? Those are pretty worrying odds and something a new parent should never have to think about. Unfortunately, baby eczema is a reality. In this post, we breakdown both the most…

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What Causes Eczema? With Dr. Peter Lio

We have a really great video for you today from Dr. Peter Lio (see bio below). Scroll down to watch the video or read on for a full transcript. Here’s what Dr. Lio had to say……… (transcript begins) Today’s question is what causes eczema? This is a great question and unfortunately we do not have…

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How to Get Rid of Keratosis Pilaris

By Laura Dolgy I’ll never forget the days I used to watch my dad pick away at his arms incessantly in our home bathroom. I was always so fascinated as to what he was doing. It wouldn’t be until a few years later when I started seeing those same pinkish/white dots on my arms that…

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How Scratch Mittens offer relief for eczema in children

By Andrea Thomas (see bio below) What started off as a tiny red patch of skin on my newborn daughter, turned into a journey of eczema, skin allergies and craziness. It also inspired me to invent the ScratchMeNot Flip Mitten, a solution that would forever change our family’s experience with eczema. My daughter was only 2…

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A Journey through Topical Steroid Addiction

By Melissa Hawira (bio below) What I want to share with you today is my story of eczema and topical steroid addiction how I overcame both conditions and my now burning desire to help people conquer eczema themselves through my website Top Eczema Treatments that discusses natural eczema treatments.

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Are Antibiotics Contributing to the Rise in Food Allergies?

Do you or someone in your family have food allergies? Then this study will interest you. Scientists discovered that by altering the gut bacteria of mice with anti-biotics they could confer peanut allergy in the mice. Then they re-colonized the mice’s guts with a common mammal gut bacteria and reversed the peanut allergy. All by…

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My Experience With Hydrotherapy: an Atopic Dermatitis Treatment

One day, while scouring through social media feeds, I came across an intriguing tweet about a new home spa being marketed as a treatment for dermatitis called MicroSilk® by Jason Hydrotherapy. I have heard wonderful things about hydrotherapy as an eczema treatment, especially regarding the Avene Hydrotherapy Center in France, but let’s be serious here, France isn’t…

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Some Days I Feel Like…"I Just Can't!"

Oh man. Today is one of those days. I feel like such a failure in regards to my son’s health. Just when I thought things were under control – the allergies, intolerances, asthma, eczema (on top of the attitude and aggression that comes with being a six-year-old boy) – now we have something new to…

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One Family's Search For A Peanut Allergy Cure

Written by Robyn Charron (bio below) At 6 months old, after 3 months of constantly pushing our pediatrician for answers as to why our infant son, Rory was covered in eczema and contact rashes, a food allergy blood test revealed that he had a deadly peanut allergy.  Ten months later a skin test showed a…

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Is This The Future & The End of Food Allergies In Children?

By Sabra Way Imagine this. Three children ages 9-16 with such severe food allergies that one could not go to school, routine activities were curtailed and travelling was out of the question. All three children had experienced frequent anaphylactic reactions and their food allergy included inhaled and skin contact allergic reactions.  In a 2 year…

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