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How to Control Asthma at Night in Toddlers & Kids

Is your little one suffering from asthma at night? Indoor air quality specialist, Patrick Holmes’ offers recommendations for nighttime asthma in toddlers, as well as home remedies for asthma cough at night. By Patrick Holmes (bio below) Asthma is one of the most common childhood illnesses today. It can cause chronic bronchitis and regular chest infections.…

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The Best Supplements for Eczema to Treat Inflammation, Immunity & the Gut

By Dr. Erica Armstrong (bio below) – When healing from inflammation it’s important to supply the body with the proper nutrients, minerals and antioxidants from food; however, sometimes supplementation is necessary.  Today I’m going to share the best supplements for eczema symptoms and root causes you may want to try. In a functional whole person approach…

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How a Diet for Eczema Changed This Toddler’s Eczema Rash

Deneen Carter is a licensed cosmetologist and has battled eczema for many years now. Her daughter, Kya has suffered from terrible flare ups and has even contracted cellulitis – a common bacterial skin infection. A few weeks ago, Deneen asked to share Kya’s story with us. Full disclosure – some images might be graphic to some…

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The Power of Trust and Acceptance: 6 Tips for Living with Eczema

This week, we’re sharing an inspirational video from my dear friend Marieke, a certified life coach and founder of Your Novel Life, whose own daughter had severe eczema as an infant. If you’re feeling particularly low or depressed due to living with eczema or dealing with your child’s eczema, then please watch this beautiful video.…

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One Woman’s Incredible Story of a Chronic Allergic Reaction to Latex

Last week, we received a truly incredible story from Renee, a long-time sufferer of eczema with a chronic allergic reaction to latex. She thought she had been avoiding latex for years, but discovered she’d unknowingly been exposing her body to latex in two hidden ways. Her story is quite shocking! See for yourself. “I’m 60…

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Eczema Dry and Wet Wrapping: Why Tencel Fabric is Effective

By Anne McVey (bio below) Wet and Dry wrap therapy for eczema have been around for decades but not until recently have they become the forefront of eczema treatment. This new surge in wrapping eczema is due to new fabrics entering the marketing that not only treat the eczema but also suppress the itch during…

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Your Guide to Using Ayurveda for Eczema

By Anindita Guha Maulik Rungta (see bio below) Ayurveda is one of the ancient forms of healing that has its origins in India about 5000 years ago. Ayurveda, which literally means the science of life Ayur = Life, Veda = Science is a system which combines both philosophy and medicine. Ayurveda is thus a unique, branch…

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How Eating A Plant Based Diet For Eczema Encourages Healing

By Debbie Adler (see bio below) My son was born with severe eczema as well as life threatening food allergies to practically all of the top 8 food allergens, which include dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish. The eczema was easy to spot. His face, the backs of his knees, and…

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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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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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