Eczema

Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a long-lasting, itchy inflammatory condition of the skin which may become red, dry, blistered, crusted, scaly or thickened.
What is Eczema?

Eczema or atopic eczema is a skin condition characterized by chronic inflammation and frequent relapses. There are itchy red rashes over the affected areas that usually involve skin creases such as the folds of the elbows or behind the knees.

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Almirall's Ebglyss recommended by NICE for NHS atopic dermatitis patients

Almirall's Ebglyss recommended by NICE for NHS atopic dermatitis patients

FDA approved PDE4 inhibitor roflumilast for atopic dermatitis

FDA approved PDE4 inhibitor roflumilast for atopic dermatitis

NIAID scientists discover probiotic treatment for eczema

NIAID scientists discover probiotic treatment for eczema

Tips to help keep feet healthy during summer and prevent athlete’s foot

Tips to help keep feet healthy during summer and prevent athlete’s foot

Health experts call for a renewed focus on allergy training for nurses

Health experts call for a renewed focus on allergy training for nurses

Excess sodium intake may increase the risk of eczema flares

Excess sodium intake may increase the risk of eczema flares

Emerging strains of resistant ringworm pose new public health threats in the U.S.

Emerging strains of resistant ringworm pose new public health threats in the U.S.

Study uncovers key biological pathways driving psoriasis inflammation

Study uncovers key biological pathways driving psoriasis inflammation

Study finds 41% of people with long-term itchiness have fatigue

Study finds 41% of people with long-term itchiness have fatigue

Longitudinal antibody changes key to identifying peanut allergy resolution in kids

Longitudinal antibody changes key to identifying peanut allergy resolution in kids

USC study unveils iron as key driver of lung inflammation in allergic asthma

USC study unveils iron as key driver of lung inflammation in allergic asthma

Tailored vaccine may hold the key to treating eczema in children

Tailored vaccine may hold the key to treating eczema in children

Study investigates the potential effects of neonatal vitamin D on eczema up to adulthood

Study investigates the potential effects of neonatal vitamin D on eczema up to adulthood

Maternal influences on food allergy prevention: A closer look at diet and environment

Maternal influences on food allergy prevention: A closer look at diet and environment

Study: Scientific articles on atopic dermatitis contain almost no patient images

Study: Scientific articles on atopic dermatitis contain almost no patient images

The horrors of TMJ: Chronic pain, metal jaws, and futile treatments

The horrors of TMJ: Chronic pain, metal jaws, and futile treatments

Skin tape sampling reveals early signs of food allergies in newborns

Skin tape sampling reveals early signs of food allergies in newborns

Researchers find link between gut bacteria and the success of milk-allergy oral immunotherapy

Researchers find link between gut bacteria and the success of milk-allergy oral immunotherapy

Omalizumab shows promise in preventing food allergy reactions in children, study finds

Omalizumab shows promise in preventing food allergy reactions in children, study finds

Understanding the impact of spring allergies on different body systems

Understanding the impact of spring allergies on different body systems

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