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Chlorine's Effect on Eczema

05th February 2010
Our skin is our body's number one defense against germs or getting sick. It is a protective layer that keeps us healthy and protects our organs. There are so many factors that affect the health and condition of our skin. Having eczema can make this a litt... Read >
Author: Melanie Nader

Key Ingredients of the Best Eczema Creams

15th January 2010
Many people think the best eczema creams have to contain cortisone. While it is true that these prescription creams will provide quick relief for your itching, that relief comes with a pretty stiff price. If you use cortisone-based creams for an extended ... Read >
Author: Hal Hendricks

3 Easy After-Shower Treatments for Eczema

14th January 2010
Suffering from eczema is no fun. It's ugly and it itches. Some days are worse than others, especially when it flares up. Then, everything you do seems to make it worse. Even taking a shower can be an unpleasant experience. Your skin is redder and you itch... Read >
Author: Hal Hendricks

Varicose Veins on Leg and Thigh, Remedies to Cure It

04th January 2010
Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and tortuous. The term usually refers to the veins on the leg, although varicose veins can occur elsewhere. Veins have leaflet valves to prevent blood from smooth backwards (retrograde). Leg muscles pump ... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Common types of eczema

16th December 2009
A dry skin condition that results in rashes, reddening of the skin, dry patches, and constant itching is called eczema or dermatitis. Eczema is common with most babies and usually occurs at an early age and lasts through childhood. Most people who suffer ... Read >
Author: Melanie Nader

Should You Use Fabric Softener on Baby Clothing?

03rd December 2009
It is indeed daunting to realize that once a baby arrives, not only does your laundry chore doubles, but you need to make arrangements to shield off the tender skin of our baby from harsh clothes. Fabric softeners for baby clothing then becomes a necessit... Read >
Author: Irvin Mcclain

Wound Be Gone: A Complete Solution for Cracked Heels

30th November 2009
Cracked heels are a common foot problem that is often referred to as heel fissures. Cracked heels are commonly caused by dry skin (xerosis), and made more complicated if the skin around the rim of the heel is thick (callus). For most people this is a cosm... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Best Places to Live with Eczema

18th November 2009
The United States has many wonderful cities each with different climates, native plants, and even allergies. There are certain places in the country to live that can affect your allergies if you suffer from cedar, mold, or other types of allergens. You sh... Read >
Author: Melanie Nader

Yeast Infection Bloating - A Sign of Systemic Yeast Infection?

03rd November 2009
If you have yeast infection, and you find yourself bloated a lot, then this could be a forewarning of a more serious systemic yeast infection. Find out here what causes bloating and why you need to take this symptom seriously. A yeast infection is caus... Read >
Author: John Cielo

Contagious Rashes at School: Ways to Avoid Catching a Rash

29th October 2009
Along with the cautions about flu, it's also necessary to be aware that some rashes are contagious and may be picked up by your child at school, spread by co-workers or passed around in a nursing home. Rashes also may migrate from one part of the body to ... Read >
Author: Rosie Wallace

Foods to Stay Away From if you Have Eczema

19th October 2009
What you put inside your body, affects the outward appearance and health as well. Certain types of foods you eat make your skin healthier and can make you lose or gain weight. You have to be careful what you put in your body because of food allergies as w... Read >
Author: Melanie Nader

Identifying The Rare Types Of Eczema

06th October 2009
Eczema is a type of skin condition that many individuals have to contend with. Several of us believe that this is one single condition - but in reality it is a condition that relates to any form of skin rash or discomfort. The most common of these are cra... Read >
Author: nlwest21

Easy Remedy to Eczema On Your Child's Face

15th September 2009
Easy Remedy to Eczema On Your Child's Face Eczema is an embarrassing and painful condition for an adult. But if it involves eczema on your child's face, it can be heart wrenching. Especially if the eczema on your child's face is serious and is very visibl... Read >
Author: carlin see

Does The One Minute Cure Work

21st August 2009
Will The One Minute Cure Work For MeI've always been a huge fan of natural cures. Given a choice, I'd prefer to consume something natural than some exotic chemicals that were manufactured in a laboratory somewhere. Call me weird but those pheno-dextro-fer... Read >
Author: jamie mcintyre

Treatment For Baby Eczema - Discover 3 Natural Ways to Stop the Itching

23rd July 2009
Itch, itch, and itch... it's a horrible feeling to experience and your baby definitely deserves better. Many parents have tried to use different things prescribed by their doctors, only to see their baby have temporary relief. Using a good treatment for b... Read >
Author: Mary Dolson
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