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  1. Eczema-Free for Life by Adnan Nasir, Priscilla Burgess, 2005-02-01
  2. The Skin Cure Diet: Heal Eczema from Inside Out by Kathleen Waterford, 2005-06-03
  3. The Eczema Solution by Sue Armstrong-Brown, 2002-05-02
  4. The Natural Way With Eczema/a Comprehensive Guide to Gentle, Safe and Effective Treatment by Sheena Meredith, 1994-05
  5. Handbook of Atopic Eczema
  6. Understanding Skin Problems: Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis and Related Conditions by Linda Papadopoulos, Carl Walker, 2003-03-10
  7. Eczema: Recipes and Advice to Provide Relief (Food Solutions) by Patsy Westcott, 2005-01-15
  8. Understanding Childhood Eczema by Penny Titman, 2003-03-10
  9. An Atlas of Atopic Eczema (Encyclopedia of Visual Medicine Series) by Lionel Fry, 2003-12-02
  10. Freedom From Eczema by Devi S. Nambudripad, 2008-02-01
  12. Combat Asthma Through Diet: A Collection of 50 Low-Allergen Recipes to Beat the Symptoms of Asthma, Eczema and Hayfever. Expert Dietary Advice, Shown in More Than 400 Step-by-Step Photographs by Brigid McConville, 2009-12-25
  13. Eczema in Childhood: The Facts (Oxford Medical Publications) by David J. Atherton, 1994-08-04
  14. Curing Eczema Naturally - Dealing With Eczema the Natural Way! AAA+++

1. Eczema Association Of Australia Inc
Information, newsletter and support groups.
Welcome to the Eczema Association of Australia Inc. website. Please click here to enter.

2. Eczema Informant(sm)
Offers medically informed facts and treatments for eczema. Includes recommendations about drugs and alternative remedies.
This site is intended as a source of info for people who suffer from Eczema [E], most common type being Atopic Dermatitis [AD]. AD is a noncontagious hereditary [genetic] allergic disease that causes chronic, superficial inflammation of the skin, characterized by redness, edema, oozing, crusting, scaling and intense itching (pruritus). Most typically noted in the creases of joints and about the trunk. The rash may fluctuate both seasonally and over the course of the day. Scratching may lead to bleeding and infection. Blood tests reveal increased levels of cells and chemicals associated with allergic reactions in general, as well as, several studies have shown a defect of T cell regulation that may be associated with the increased IgE responses. HomePage For the latest browser version, FREE ... Click on your choice. thanks!

3. The National Eczema Society.
Free information for eczema and dermatitis sufferers.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders eczema......Free information for eczema and dermatitis sufferers via the national eczemasociety. National eczema Society Logo The National eczema Society
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is the only organisation in the UK and one of the most established organisations worldwide dedicated to the needs of people with eczema, dermatitis and sensitive skin.

4. Eczema/Atopic Dermatitis
eczema. Medinfo's patient information on eczema, an inflammation of the skin which may cause dryness, flakiness, heat and, probably most importantly, itching.
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Eczema/Atopic Dermatitis The word eczema describes certain kinds of dermatitis (inflamed skin). Early eczema can be red, blistering, or oozing. Later on, eczema can be scaly, brownish, or thickened. Almost always, eczema itches. Examples of eczema include allergic contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and nummular dermatitis. This pamphlet will describe and discuss a special type of eczema called atopic dermatitis or atopic eczema. Atopic Dermatitis or Atopic Eczema
The word "atopic" refers to a tendency for excess inflammation in the skin, linings of the nose, and lungs. It often runs in families. These families may have allergies such as hay fever and asthma, but can also have sensitive skin and a history of eruptions called atopic dermatitis. While most people with atopic dermatitis have family members with similar problems, 20 percent of patients may be the only one in their family bothered by this condition. Atopic dermatitis is very common in all parts of the world. It affects about ten percent of infants and three percent of all people in the United States.

5. Eczema: Tips On How To Care For Your Skin
Survey tips for caring for eczema. Research potential irritants such as clothing, water, heat, and stress. to avoid contact with things that make you break out with eczema. Because soaps and wetness can cause skin irritation,
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Eczema: Tips on How to Care for Your Skin Limit your contact with things that can irritate your skin.
Some things that may irritate your skin include household cleansers, detergents, aftershave lotions, soap, gasoline, turpentine and other solvents. Try to avoid contact with things that make you break out with eczema. Because soaps and wetness can cause skin irritation, wash your hands only when necessary, especially if you have eczema on your hands. Be sure to dry your hands completely after you wash them. Wear gloves to protect the skin on your hands. Wear vinyl or plastic gloves for work that requires you to have your hands in water. Also, wear gloves when your hands will be exposed to anything that can irritate your skin. Wear cotton gloves under plastic gloves to soak up sweat from your hands. Take occasional breaks and remove your gloves to prevent a buildup of sweat inside your gloves. Wear gloves when you go outside during the winter. Cold air and low humidity can dry your skin, and dryness can make your eczema worse. Wear clothes made of cotton or a cotton blend.

6. MEDLINEplus: Eczema
eczema eczema Association for Science and Education). Hand eczema (National eczema Association for Science and Education)
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  • People Who Should NOT Get the Smallpox Vaccine (Unless They Are Exposed to Smallpox) Also available in: Spanish
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  • Eczema Treatment (American Academy of Dermatology)
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  • Glossary (American Academy of Dermatology)
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  • 7. Eczema Cures & Alternative Treatments & Therapy Guidelines Using Emu Oil & Herbs
    Guidelines to pain relief using alternative remedies for skin disorders including eczema, arthritis. Drug free therapy with herbs and emu oil.
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    There is no known eczema cure, but herbs and other substances, like emu oil, have been found to be very effective for individuals who have not achieved the desired results from traditional medicine. The dry, itching skin that accompanies eczema may be helped with products based on emu oil and herbs. Alternative therapies using herbs may be effective for some people suffering from eczema. These guidelines offer some information about eczema, its causes, and some suggestions about alternative, or complementary therapies. Many patients have discovered that Western Medicine does not always have success with eczema. Conventional treatment and complementary treatments should not be consider an 'either/or' condition. The best therapy is the one that ones for an individual. See some dramatic pictures of a woman with eczema before using emu oil and after 1 and 3 weeks of applying emu oil to her neck and face.

    8. Medinfo: Eczema
    Easy to understand information for patients on eczema, an inflammation of the skin which may cause Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders eczema......eczema. Medinfo's patient information on eczema, an inflammation of the skin whichmay cause dryness, flakiness, heat and, probably most importantly, itching.
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    Eczema is an inflammation of the skin which may cause dryness, flakiness, heat and, probably most importantly, itching . Dermatitis is a term which is sometimes connected, in people's minds, with exposure to chemicals. It really only means inflammation of the skin , and could be used interchangeably with eczema, as it often is by doctors. Eczema can be caused by a number of different factors, and may result in just a small patch of skin being affected, but can affect skin anywhere on the body.
    What ever causes your eczema, it leads to itching and redness, and may make the skin dry and flaky. Sometimes, itchy blisters form. When these burst, or when scratching damages the skin, the surface may be left moist and crusty. Often, in the commonest form of eczema (atopic eczema), the problem is worst in the folds of the skin where your limbs bend. The itch is intense, and makes you want to scratch. You should avoid this if you possibly can, as scratching only makes the symptoms worse. People say that if you have to do anything, gentle rubbing, with the flat of your hands is better than scratching. Whatever the cause of your eczema, the skin becomes more sensitive, and you may well notice that you are more easily upset by cosmetics, soaps, detergents, etc.

    9. Eczema Mailing List - Home Page
    The eczema Mailing List is an automated mailing list which allows people with eczema to share their experiences of
    Welcome to the Eczema Mailing List The Eczema Mailing List is an automated mailing list which allows people with eczema to share their experiences of living with and managing eczema. The list is also open to people such as parents of children with eczema and people with a professional interest in eczema. It is not open to those with a commercial interest in Eczema or people wishing to advertise products or services. The discussion on the list varies from people sharing their own experiences of orthodox and alternative treatments to people discussing the emotional and social aspects of eczema. The list works rather like a USENET news group or a CompuServe forum. The difference is that you send and receive all the messages by e-mail. Postings to the list can only be read by subscribers. Subscription is free and you can unsubscribe at any time. Find out more by clicking on the links at the left. Although care has been taken in the preparation of this Web site and all the information is provided in good faith we cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions or for any misfortune arising from the use of information contained in the site. It should be remembered that treatment that is effective for one person may not be beneficial for another and may even be harmful.

    10. Samband Psoriasis Og Exemsjuklinga A Islandi (SPOEX)
    Association of psoriasis and eczema patients in Iceland.

    11. National Eczema Association For Science And Education | NEASE(sm)
    NEASE works to improve the health and the quality of life of persons living with atopic dermatitis/eczema, including those who have the disease as well as their loved ones.
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    National Eczema Association for Science and Education
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    12. Eczema: Frequently Asked Questions
    eczema Frequently Asked Questions. The National Here are answers to somefrequently asked questions WHAT IS eczema? goto top. eczema, or
    Eczema: Frequently Asked Questions
    The National Eczema Society produces information on a wide range of subjects including:
    Scientific Review : Dermatologists of the Society’s Scientific Committee review our literature to ensure it is both comprehensive and accurate, reflecting the latest research for the care of people with eczema.
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    • Use these links to go directly to the question you are interested in:
    Eczema, or dermatitis as it is sometimes called, is a group of skin conditions which can affect all age groups. In the United Kingdom, up to one fifth of all children of school age have eczema, along with about one in twelve of the adult population. The severity of the disease can vary. In mild forms the skin is dry, hot and itchy, whilst in more severe forms the skin can become broken, raw and bleeding. Although it can sometimes look unpleasant, eczema is not contagious. With treatment the inflammation of eczema can be reduced, though the skin will always be sensitive to flare-ups and need extra care.

    13. Symptom Of Food Allergy, Allergy Information
    A gateway to all allergy, asthma, food allergy, eczema and intolerance conditions on the Web. Includes an allergen, preservative and additive database.
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    14. EczemaNet
    A comprehensive online eczema resource brought to you by the American Academy of Dermatology.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders eczema......What is eczema? eczema Update eczema Treatment eczema FAQs PressReleases Tell Us About Yourself Links SkinCarePhysicians

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    15. National Eczema Association For Science And Education NEASE(sm
    NEASE works to improve the health and the quality of life of persons living with atopic dermatitis/eczema Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders eczema......NEASE works to improve the health and the quality of life of persons living withatopic dermatitis/eczema, including those who have the disease as well as

    16. Dr. Bob's Eczema Cure: Guaranteed To Cure Eczema
    Information on treating eczema without medication.
    Do you have a friend or relative suffering from eczema? Tell them about this site by CLICKING HERE About Eczema About The Doctor Order ... Links CURE ECZEMA NOW I f you suffer from eczema and you want it to disappear forever not just relieve the symptoms, look no further! Doctor's Eczema Cure is a proven and effective cure for eczema. of all patients who have used Doctor's Eczema Cure, have been cured of their eczema. You can too Read what other patients have to say about this remarkable, yet simple cure. Now you can cure eczema, at home, without costly creams, lotions, prescription medications or dermatologist visits. Doctor's Eczema Cure is a completely natural cure with no known side effects and is 100% safe in infants and adults. After using Doctor's Eczema Cure you will no longer have unsightly red more scratching to infection and no more itching..... FOREVER GUARANTEED or your money back. That's right! No risk to you If at any time , after you purchase and try Doctor's Eczema Cure, you are not completely cured of your eczema we will refund your money.

    17. Eczema Voice - For People With Eczema And Their Carers. A Free Friendly Forum Ab
    A free friendly support site for people with eczema and their carers.Category Health Conditions and Diseases eczema Support Groups......eczema Voice eczema forum,eczema hints, eczema badges for people witheczema and their carers. A free friendly forum about eczema.
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    18. Healthy Skin Shop Homepage
    Professional, personalized advice and advanced skin care products to treat acne, eczema, rosacea, and to promote youthful, clear skin.
    Finally Sping has arrived! Here in the Northeast, it is way overdue. We can't wait to start showing some skin... so let's make sure it's great skin that we have to show!
    I don't believe that great skin comes from a jar, I think for most of us it takes a bit more than that. Even if you are one of the lucky ones that naturally glow, you might want to make good and sure it stays that way long into your golden years. I have some excellent strategies for you, as well as excellent products.
    I find that a holistic,"inside-out" approach works most effectively, and treats not just the skin but improves overall health as well. If your mission is to both feel and look great at the same time, you have come to the right place!
    While many companies promise glorious skin in a bottle, the truth of the matter is that we grow skin from the inside. If we don't like what we see, we need to make some changes. I am a believer in great product (and yes, they do exist), but in the majority of cases, product alone won't "fix" the problem. Even when it does, making the correct internal changes as well will boost results radically.
    Let's face it, for the vast majority of us, having great skin is a product of complete self-care. Exercise (or the lack thereof), diet, nutritional status, stress ... all of these count, and they count big-time. The truth is that great skin is tied in with great health. Product and treatments may get you some positive short-term results, but if you are in it for the long haul, and you should be, you need to take care of yourself supremely, through and through!

    19. Hand Eczema
    Hand eczema. What causes a hand rash? A hand rash, also called hand dermatitis orhand eczema, may be caused by many things. Hand rashes are extremely common.
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    Hand Eczema What causes a hand rash?
    A hand rash, also called hand dermatitis or hand eczema, may be caused by many things. Hand rashes are extremely common. Many people start with dry, chapped hands that later become patchy, red, scaly, and inflamed. Numerous items can irritate skin. These include overexposure to water, too much dry air, soaps, detergents, solvents, cleaning agents, chemicals, rubber gloves, and even ingredients in skin and personal care products. Once skin becomes red and dry, even so-called "harmless" things like water and baby products can irritate the rash, making it worse. Your doctor will try to find out what substance in your everyday routine could be causing or contributing to the problem. Often your skin will get better by changing products or avoiding an ingredient completely.
    Atopic eczema A tendency to get skin reactions is often inherited. People with these tendencies may have a history of hay fever and/or asthma. They may also have food allergies and a skin condition called atopic dermatitis or eczema. Their skin can turn red, and itch, indicating an allergy, after contact with many substances that might not bother other people's skin. Finding the culprit
    If your doctor suspects the rash is due to an allergy to some external substance, a patch test may be done. This involves testing the skin on your arms or back to see what specific ingredients might be causing your skin to react. If so, you will receive a list of products that contain these ingredients.

    20. Virtual Children's Hospital: CQQA: Eczema
    Information and advice about this skin condition for parents, from the Children's Hospital of Iowa.
    Pediatrics Common Questions, Quick Answers
    Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
    Donna D'Alessandro, M.D.
    Lindsay Huth, B.A.
    Peer Review Status: Internally Reviewed
    Creation Date: February 2002
    Last Revision Date: April 2002 Common Questions, Quick Answers What is eczema?
    • Eczema is a common skin disease. It includes different types of dermatitis, or inflamed (red, itchy rash) skin.
    What causes eczema?
    • The exact cause of eczema is not known. If a parent has eczema, allergies, or asthma, their children are more like to have eczema. Symptoms may be triggered by contact with materials such as dust, down comforters, feathers, wool, or perfumed lotions. Sweaty activities, stress, or quick changes of temperature also may cause itching. Very rarely, symptoms can be triggered by an allergic reaction to a food or pet. Avoiding the food or pet may improve symptoms but won't cure the eczema. Triggers and symptoms are different for each person.
    Who can get eczema?

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