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Learn About Occupational Irritant Contact Dermatitis by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sun 19 Feb 2012 4:34am 1 Comment People with eczema know that controlling your eczema trigger is the key to controlling your condition. Many types of eczema are controlled simply by limiting or avoiding exposure to certain triggers. While you may be able to control your exposure in your home, it may be more difficult when you are at work. What if the only way you can earn ... Read on »
Clothing for Contact Dermatitis Sufferers. by Kevin .. Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 2:55pm 1 Comment For people who suffer from contact dermatitis (or other skin diseases) have a difficult time finding clothing that they can wear. Even the softest cotton or the touch of a seam can cause great discomfort and irritation. However, here is a UK company that has created silk undergarments that will protect these sufferers from their clothing. T ... Read on »
Saving Face: Dermatologists Helping Patients Identify Source of Facial Allergic Contact Dermatitis by Medline Plus Posted Mon 05 Aug 2013 7:47pm Source: American Academy of Dermatology Related MedlinePlus Page: Rashes Read on »
Dermatitis Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment by Kodjoworkout Posted Thu 09 Aug 2012 8:30am Dermatitis is basically, a type of skin ailment which manifests in the form of red, scratchy and flaky skin. Many times blisters are also developed on the skin. This inflammation of the skin is closely linked to skin conditions like eczema, skin cancer, psoriasis etc. But de ... Read on »
Can you make hair dye less irritating by mixing it with artificial sweetener? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Apr 2013 2:01am Allison asks...Strange questions, but it’s come up often lately. Several cosmetologists and women who dye their hair have indicated that when a client complains that the hair dye tingles or irritates their scalp, the cosmetologist will add 1-2 packets of Nutrasweet (aspartame) to the dye mixture and the effect is minimized. Is this a p ... Read on »
Causes And Symptoms Of Types Of Eczema by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 1:24am Many people may be unaware that there are numerous types of eczema. The different types of eczema cause different symptoms and have different triggers or causes. Atopic dermatitis, often referred to as eczema, is the most common type of that. Atopic dermatitis is also called dermatitis or atopic eczema. The cause of atopic dermatitis ... Read on »
Eczema and Dermatitis: How to treat eczema and dermatitis naturally by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 3:37pm Eczema and Dermatitis Two types of eczema Eczema due to external or exogenous factors (usually referred to as Contact Dermatitis) is usually treated by eliminating the irritant in the external environment, which will usually result in the successful treatment of eczema. Endogenous eczema, or atopic dermatitis is a chronic, inflammatory ... Read on »
AYURVEDIC HERBS FOR COMBATING ALLERGY by Dr. Virashri R. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 14 Aug 2009 5:09pm 1 Comment Allergies are abnormal immune system reactions to things that are typically harmless to most people. When you're allergic to something, your immune system mistakenly believes that this substance is harmful to your body. Substances that cause allergic reactions, such as certain foods, dust, plant pollen, or medicines, are known as allergens. In an a ... Read on »
Atopic Dermatitis by Jennifer F. Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 11:38am Atopic dermatitis is a pruritic disease of unknown origin. It is is an inflammatory, relapsing, non-contagious and pruritic skin disorder. The disorder is characterized by eczematous lesions, dry skin, and thickening of the skin. Atopic dermatitis may be associated with other atopic diseases such as asthma, allergic rhinitis, urticari ... Read on »
Red, Itchy Rash? by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 06 Aug 2012 10:02pm NIH News in Health You’ve probably had a rash at some point or another, whether from poison ivy or the chickenpox or something more unusual. Why does your skin break out in red blotches like that? More important, is there anything you can do about it? We often think of the skin as a barrierit keeps the insides of o ... Read on »