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Empowering patients and caregivers to take control of atopic dermatitis
Empowering patients and caregivers to take control of atopic dermatitis

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Atopic eczema causes a damage in the skin barrier, which allows more water to be lost through the skin. The excess water loss can lead to dry skin! https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=533

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UV lights on or off? A look at what phototherapy is and how it is used to treat atopic dermatitis. https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=752

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"I expected to be having morning sickness, I knew I’d be busy with my son Ryan. What I didn’t expect was my eczema to come back like a bat out of hell." Shares Karolyn D https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=1989

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Atopic dermatitis symptoms such as itching, rash, scaly skin, dryness, and bumps can flare up over and over again, which causes physical and emotional distress. Many people find that they can manage the symptoms with treatment and healthy skin care habits. https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=788

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Atopic dermatitis isn't just about managing symptoms like dry and itchy skin, the condition can impact all aspects of life. A look at how atopic dermatitis impacts more than just skin. https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=5293

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EARie eczema impacting your day to day? Some people experience atopic eczema in the skin behind the ears or in the junction between the ear and the face. https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=509

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Teledermatology is an exciting field of medicine, and the number of practices offering these services is growing. A look at the benefits and challenges of this form of healthcare delivery. https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=5239

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Antihistamines are commonly used to treat allergic reactions, including hay fever, hives, and other skin reactions, they can also be used as part of a treatment plan for atopic eczema to help manage the chronic itch. https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=743

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"Once, during a football game, Ryan had to come out of the game. He was the Quarterback. My head thought: Concussion? Dehydration? I never thought it was his eczema." Tells Karolyn https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=3276

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Some information about Over-the-Counter options for those with atopic #eczema: https://atopicdermatitis.net/?p=662 Which OTC options work best for you?
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