Recent Examples of eczema from the Web
YOUR ECZEMA Your eczema may be hiding something underneath.
A 2016 multiple-study review linked traffic pollution to asthma, pulmonary disease, eczema and even food allergies. 13.
A deficiency of biotin may cause eczema and hair loss.
Kelly tried eliminating it from her diet after experiencing a prolonged bout of eczema.
People with excessive ear wax or the chronic skin condition eczema, which causes itching and redness, are also more likely to develop swimmer's ear, according to the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
And there were no ties between a mother eating sweets during pregnancy and either eczema or hay fever.
Use it to recover quickly from sunburn, winter chapping, or to heal skin that is compromised as result of diabetes, cancer treatments, eczema, and psoriasis.
So the team swabbed S. hominis and S. epidermidis from the skin of a few volunteers with eczema, grew the bacteria in the lab, and incorporated the microbes into Cetaphil lotion.
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Definition of eczema for English Language Learners
medical : a skin disease that causes areas of the skin to become red, rough, and itchy
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