eczema

A blog about eczema, dry skin and sensitive skin issues.

Anna B

11 Nov

Heating things Up a Little…..

I am not sure if anyone is actually aware but the word Eczema is actually taken from the Greeks ἔκζεμα ēkzema , and translated means – ‘to boil over’! This is particulary relavant as for anyone that directly suffers from …

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talkhealth

10 Nov

Global warming could increase allergies

A new investigation has been launched to assess the impact global warming could have on allergic diseases. The project is funded by the European Commission and will include researchers from the University of East Anglia. It is the first investigation to focus …

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talkhealth

10 Nov

Epaderm® Cream Tops Study

A recent study, to assess the efficacy of a number of emollients, shows Epaderm® Cream out performs two of the leading emollients.  It also shows Epaderm Cream increases hydration and reduces skin roughness after application1. Epaderm Cream is a 2-in-1 …

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talkhealth

9 Nov

Mölnlycke Health Care Supporting Eczema Outreach Scotland

Mölnlycke Health Care, a leading provider of wound care and dermatology solutions to the health sector, has pledged its support to the charity Eczema Outreach (Scotland). Eczema Outreach (Scotland) was set up earlier this year by the mother of a …

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Nikki and Chris

9 Nov

What causes our flare-ups

Hi everyone I’m a bit late doing my blog this week as have been a bit megga busy, you know the sort of week – arranging firework outings, catching up with homework, football matches, parents evening and oh yes grandma …

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Brooke

8 Nov

Still the saaame

Hey guys, My skin has pretty much stayed the same lately, not getting any better but not getting any worse, which is good 🙂 I haven’t used steroid creams on my face in a few weeks now, & I don’t …

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Dr Gill Hart

2 Nov

Developing Food Intolerances

One of the most common questions that I get asked when I go out lecturing and giving talks is “How do food intolerances develop?”. An interesting question, and with the estimate for those suffering from food intolerance at 45% of …

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Brooke

31 Oct

All is going smoothly

Hey guys, Just wanted to say that my skin is still doing the same, and the diet is going well 🙂 I’m really getting to grips with the diet now, and the boundries of what I can and cannot eat …

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Nikki and Chris

31 Oct

Grandma’s diary. A very long day!

Hi everyone, I thought this week I would pass the blog to Grandma as she has done a huge amount of the childminding from my son’s very young age  and can give a different perspective which will be familiar to …

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Anna B

30 Oct

The Girls of No. 82, Just Roll with it.

Hello everyone I hope you have all had a good week, we have been busy here in Bristol my little one back in flare so we have had some pretty full on evenings! The thing with eczema especially childhood eczema …

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Brooke

27 Oct

Is raw meat helping my skin more?

Hey guys 🙂 My skin is good again! Not really good as it has been before, but yesterday I had a few red blotches that were aggravating me and now they’re pretty much gone, which was a really quick recovery! But what …

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Beth

26 Oct

Summer is upon us…

So once again, summer is just a few short weeks away (well, for me) and for once, my skin seems to be okay. Usually at this time of year with all the heat and humidity, it usually flares up. Yet …

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Anna B

24 Oct

Stress & Skin……..

Ladies & Gents…. What a week, you normally see me blogging about my children’s skin be it eczema or acne. You read about my antics on the beach with my girls or my constant endeavours to combat the compliance issue …

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Brooke

24 Oct

Stay calm and eat your carrot!

Hey guys! So sorry my blogging has been a rare occurance lately, college stress has been weighing down on me quite a bit and my parents went away for a few days so I had to look after the house …

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Nikki and Chris

24 Oct

An Eczema Journey

This week I have been looking back at the long journey we have made from diagnosis, the support we received along the way and to what is available now to parents and carers of those children with eczema. I remember …

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Beth

20 Oct

Holiday tips please…

So in exactly one month from today, I’ll be heading to Europe for a 2 month trip (Yay!) The only downside is that I’ll be backpacking and won’t have access to a bath at all and will be heavily relying …

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Beth

19 Oct

Perks of being an eczema-tic

Believe it or not, there are some perks to having eczema. While there are a gazillion (yes, this is a true measurement of quantity) negatives, the optimist in me has found some positives. We get to have long baths (if …

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Brooke

19 Oct

Stresssssss!

Hey Guys, I am sooo sorry that I haven’t blogged in a while but college has just gotten really stressful because of applying for Universities and my lecturers seem to be piling the work on me! My skin is a …

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Beth

17 Oct

The hot vs cool water debate

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had doctors tell me that I should only have warm showers and baths. Well, that’s all good and dandy in theory, but when you have red raw skin and are sweating, the …

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Nikki and Chris

17 Oct

First blog

Hi everyone, this is my first attempt at blogging so bear with me.  Have just about managed to get a grip on tweeting as some of you may know but have faith I will improve! As you can see from …

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talkhealth

14 Oct

Get gorgeous autumn skin

At this time of lower humidity, with less water carried in the air, cold and often windy days add new challenges to your skin. All heating creates a dry air environment – with central heating at home being the main …

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Brooke

11 Oct

Stupid restaurants!

Hey guys My skin is going well still, my upper arms and legs are quite bad after showers, but my skin always reacts badly after a shower! But the skin on my face is doing especially well at the moment …

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Anna B

9 Oct

Sand, Sea & Dermatology

It’s amazing just what a difference a good night’s sleep can make…….Thankfully Issi-May is calming down from her latest eczema flare and sleeping much better so we decided that we would all head down to the coast for the weekend …

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Brooke

9 Oct

Cravings

Hey guys, My skin is pretty much the same as yesterday, I still haven’t used steroids on my face 🙂 In this post I just wanted to talk about how my cravings seem to be going away! Sometimes when I’m …

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Brooke

8 Oct

Getting a little repetitive

Hey guys At the moment my skin is doing quite good, the skin on my face looks really good, it’s still dry & flaky but it’s not red and raw as I’ve experienced many times before. My arms and legs …

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Anna B

6 Oct

Do I Really Need Botox….?

Hi Everyone I am a little jaded tonight hence my question around Botox , I can’t believe just how much my face has dropped over the duration of this week. At one point today I actually thought I would need …

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Brooke

5 Oct

Cherries are so delicious!

Hey guys, My skin is pretty much the same today as it was yesterday, but I went to the hospital today for a check up because my GP was concerned that I was using all the right creams etc & …

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Anna B

4 Oct

Yahoo for the Change in Weather

I am sure that everyone else is really sad to see the sun change to wind and some rain but come Monday late afternoon when the weather in the Southwest changed, I found myself running around the kitchen table …….with relief! …

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Brooke

4 Oct

Raw is right!

Hey guys At the moment my skin is still good, I used a weaker cream on my arms yesterday to reduce the amount of strong steroid that my skin is battered with, then moved back up to the strong cream …

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talkhealth

4 Oct

Facial eczema

During our online clinic on eczema a key topic was facial eczema. Rizman asked the experts “As a child I had eczema on the inner side of the elbow on my arms. During my childhood and teenage years it had …

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Beth

4 Oct

Blog #1 – Twenty Years

For 20 years, eczema’s been a huge part of my life. I haven’t known a life without it and the only other person in my family who’s had it is my uncle and he stopped getting it in his teens. …

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Brooke

3 Oct

Body is confused…

Hey guys I’m back on the really strong cream unfortunately, my arms and legs were getting quite bad but my face stayed good so I’m not using the strong steroid cream on my face I’m using a weaker one which …

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talkhealth

3 Oct

The battle against childhood skin disease takes to the airwaves

Skin disease research charity the British Skin Foundation (BSF) is taking the battle against skin disease in children to the airwaves by producing a series of radio shows aimed at children and parents. The charity has teamed up with the …

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Charlotte

3 Oct

The best eczema advice I ever received

I thought I would start my blog post series with one of the best most helpful things anybody has ever said to me about my eczema. It wasn’t told to me by a doctor, or a dermatologist, or even a …

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Anna B

3 Oct

Anna’s first blog

I am a mother of three fantastic children aged 14, 5 and 4 (my youngest child is a severe sufferer of eczema and has been since her toddler moments), and I have enjoyed a career in sales and marketing for …

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Deborah

30 Sep

Alternative ways to say “stop scratching”

Our online clinic on eczema was a huge success. One of the key topics was about scratching and eczema. Here’s want Becky says about her daughter “My 3 year old scratches a lot, especially at bedtime when she’s tired and …

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Brooke

28 Sep

Not a good day

Hey guys Today was not a good day. I woke up and put my creams on and my skin flared up really badly. I forced myself to get ready and spent a while in front of a fan to cool …

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Brooke

27 Sep

A quicker path…

Hey guys, I’ve decided that I’m going to attempt the Raw Paleo Diet. I’m going to slowly introduce a lot of raw foods and meats into my diet because it is said to work a lot faster than the regular …

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Brooke

26 Sep

Getting brighter…

Hey guys! As you can probably tell, I’m a bit more chipper again 🙂 My skin is finally recovering from the flare-up I spoke of in the last blog post, the skin on my face is relatively back to “normal” …

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Brooke

25 Sep

Must not cry

At the moment, writing this is the only thing that is stopping me from crying. The basic story is, I had a shower. When I have a shower, I realise just how bad my skin is. It’s quite bad on …

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Brooke

24 Sep

Red & Raw

Hey guys! First of all, my skin is quite bad today, not majorly bad, but as the title says it’s raw & red! But I’m not panicking over it. I went for a meal last night with my family, & …

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talkhealth

23 Sep

Online clinic on eczema goes live today

An online clinic on eczema in association with NHS Choices, Nottingham Support Group for Carers of Children with Eczema (NGSCCE) and The British Skin Foundation opens today. To post your questions, or read what others have put, click here. If …

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Brooke

22 Sep

First blog

I have had eczema my entire 17 years on this planet. I’ve been through stages where it’s not too bad, and I’ve been through other stages when I literally refuse to leave my house because I’m so ashamed of having …

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talkhealth

19 Sep

Half a million school days lost to eczema

A recent study has shown that each year up to half a million school days are lost to eczema. It was discovered that the eczema has seen an increase of 42 per cent over a five-year period. Many experts believe this …

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talkhealth

14 Sep

Celebrity eczema sufferers include Kate Middleton and Brad Pitt

Among the 6 million other sufferers it has been revealed that Kate Middleton, Nicole Kidman, Brad Pitt and Jade Jagger suffer with eczema. It is thought that 1 in 10 adults have eczema whilst 1 in 5 children suffer. However …

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talkhealth

17 Aug

Online clinic on eczema

Nottingham Support Group for Carers of Children with Eczema (NSGCCE) and British Skin Foundation (BSF) have teamed up with NHS Choices and talkhealth to present an Online Clinic on Eczema. Clinical experts will be available to answer all your questions …

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Deborah

27 Jul

Standards aim to improve care for millions with skin diseases

Commissioners and providers should involve patients and the public in decisions about the services provided for the millions of people with a skin disease, standards published this week emphasise. Some 24% of the population visit their GP about a skin …

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Deborah

25 Jul

Five more sun cream mistakes to avoid

According to the Daily Mail today,  people are still making mistakes when using sun creams. The article explores whether you are really protecting your skin from the sun as much as you should be. To read more follow this link …

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Deborah

8 Jul

Skin season

Don’t be afraid to bare your soul in skin season: start the conversation now! CSPA launches new tool in recognition of the Canadian Dermatology Association’s 86th Annual Conference. EDMONTON, AB (June 23, 2011) – Dermatologists from across Canada are meeting …

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Deborah

8 Jul

NHS Choices Online Clinics

talkhealth are proud to be collaborative partners with NHS Choices. Each month talkhealth hosts exclusively ‘Online Clinics on …’ partnering with NHS Choices and a national charity associated with the clinic’s topic. The clinics are run across all talkhealth websites …

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Deborah

7 Jul

16 to 30s worst at skin cancer prevention, new research reveals

16 to 30-year-olds are the worst at protecting their skin in the sun, despite melanoma being the second most common cancer in this age group, according to a new study out this week. The research, due to be released at …

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Deborah

6 Jun

Online Clinic on Skin Cancer & Sun Safety

SKCIN (The Karen Clifford Skin Cancer Charity) has teamed up with NHS Choices and talkhealth to present an Online Clinic on Skin Cancer & Sun Safety.  SKCIN is the only national skin cancer charity. Clinical experts will be available to …

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Deborah

6 Jun

Jennifer Worth – Patron of AAA

Mrs Jennifer Worth, who died on May 31 aged 75, joined Action Against Allergy in 1995 and agreed to become a patron last year. This was some small measure of acknowledgement for the many generous ways in which she helped …

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Deborah

3 Jun

How to apply sunscreen

An expert explains, in an NHS Choices video, why it is important to protect your skin from sunburn to help avoid skin cancer. She also gives advice on how to apply sunscreen correctly and what to look out for when …

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Deborah

2 Jun

An online clinic on Hay Fever

Last month a lively and informative forum for people suffering from Hay Fever was held in conjunction with patient support charity Action Against Allergy, the Allergy Academy, NHS Choices and other leading experts.  Although the forum is now closed it …

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Deborah

26 May

Free samples & offers

FREE samples and offers that are available across our talk sites. Be up to date on our offers by joining FREE today one of our sites – it is very easy and quick, just click here … Welcome Packs – …

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Deborah

23 May

Natural and organic products

An award-winning range of natural and organic products with no harsh chemicals to aggravate sensitive skin.  Suitable for those prone to eczema. With no harsh chemicals like SLS, parabens and phthalates to aggravate already sensitive skin and plenty of organic …

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Deborah

23 May

Water softeners and the benefits for people with eczema

If you or your child suffers from eczema, you’re not alone. Around one in five* children and one in twelve adults are affected by this distressing skin condition.  Over the years Kinetico have helped many eczema sufferers by installing a …

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Deborah

20 May

An Open Clinic on Hay Fever – NOW OPEN!

From Friday 2o May until Thursday 26 May only, patient support charity Action Against Allergy is teaming up with NHS Choices and talkhealth to present an open clinic on hay fever. Clinical experts from King’s College London Allergy Academy will …

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Deborah

13 May

Inhalers – relievers and preventers

One of the most widely used treatments for asthma is the use of inhalers (also known as puffers).  Inhalers contain a solution of medicine and a propellant which is used to create a fine spray that can be breathed in.  …

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Deborah

13 May

Charities & Support Groups

On specific talkhealth sites we have information on Charities & Support Groups offering help and information about living with specific health conditions such as eczema, allergies and menopause. To access the relevant, Charities & Support Groups, page just click on …

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Deborah

12 May

Eczema fact sheets

Educational fact sheets about managing and treating eczema are a useful source of reference that can be taken with you when you see your GP, practice nurse or other healthcare professional. The information provided in the eczema fact sheets is …

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Deborah

12 May

Action Against Allergy – information

The symptoms of allergy and allergy-related illness come in many different forms, from a mild irritant to a severely debilitating chronic condition. About one in three of us suffers allergy for all or part of our life and although there …

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Deborah

6 May

Topical corticosteroids

Use of topical corticosteroids in children with eczema does not have negative side effects. A new study published in the journal Pediatric Dermatology reveals that routine, long-term use of topical corticosteroids (TCS) for treating children with eczema does not cause …

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Deborah

5 May

Water softeners, do they work?

Interested in trialing a water softener to see if your eczema improves?  We are looking for 50 people, resident in the UK, to help in this great survey.  Kinetico, the leading filtered water specialist will come and install for FREE, …

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Deborah

5 May

FREE 500g Balneum Cream – 28 Day Survey

talkeczema and talkpsoriasis are looking for 200 volunteers, living in the UK, with eczema or psoriasis to take part in a 28 day survey using Balneum Cream manufactured by Almirall. We would like to hear your general feedback on how …

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Deborah

5 May

Allergic asthma treatments

A major breakthrough in creating effective new treatments for allergic asthma has been discovered by Asthma UK funded scientists at King’s College London. The discovery is the culmination of over fifteen years of Asthma UK-funded research, and the findings are …

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Deborah

3 May

Poster downloads for patients, sponsors and the media

talkhealth invites you to download copies of its pdf posters.  The posters are a mixture of future events to be run on the sites and the talkhealth conditions such as eczema, acne, allergy, psoriasis, menopause and asthma. From this page …

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Deborah

14 Apr

Chocolate may exacerbate acne

At the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, a group of researchers found that the consumption of pure chocolate made of 100% cocoa can exacerbate facial acne vulgaris within days in people who are acne prone. The study was …

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Deborah

8 Apr

An open clinic on Hay Fever

From 20-26 May 2011 patient support charity Action Against Allergy has teamed up with NHS Choices and talkhealth to present an Open Clinic on Hay Fever.  You will have the opportunity to post your questions to our panel of clinical …

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Deborah

31 Mar

Food allergy in children

There has been a huge increase in the occurrence of food allergy in children in the UK over the last 20 years and about 1 in 20 children are now affected. The NHS has published new NICE guidelines on the …

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Deborah

31 Mar

Hayfever: importance of starting preventative treatment

A recent study from Japan has highlighted the importance of starting preventative treatment for seasonal allergic rhinitis (hayfever) and allergic conjunctivitis well before the pollen season starts.  The study reveals that it is advisable to start hayfever treatment well before …

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Deborah

25 Mar

NEW talkeczema directory category: Charities and Support Groups

 Charities and Support Groups play a key role for people living with a chronic condition. In recognition of this we have added a new category in our talkeczema directory Charities & Support Groups, which will be roled out to other …

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Deborah

25 Feb

The allergy & gluten free show 2011

This year’s show will take place at Olympia, London from 6-8 May 2011.  It is the UK’s largest annual gathering of people suffering/living with allergies, skin conditions such as eczema, migraines, coeliac disease, hay fever, asthma, food intolerances and chemical …

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Deborah

16 Feb

Forum for Parents of Allergic Children – 18-25 February 2011

Patient support charity Action Against Allergy has teamed up with NHS Choices and talkhealth to present an online forum for parents of children with food allergy and intolerance. Clinical experts in paediatric allergy from King’s College London Allergy Academy will …

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Deborah

23 Dec

New look talkallergy, talkacne and talkeczema websites

We have now completed the new look www.talkallergy.com, www.talkacne.com and www.talkeczema.com community websites. Take a look – there’s new functionality, and you can now view all the forums across the sites. +1226   

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talkhealth

23 Sep

Antimicrobial Use Could End Misery Of Eczema Flare-Up For Millions Of Sufferers In The UK

The most common cause of a flare-up in atopic eczema is a bacterium known as Staphylococcus aureus. Despite growing scientific evidence that Staphylococcus aureus makes atopic eczema worse and hinders healing, a survey conducted by YouGov in August 2010 amongst …

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7 Sep

Liquorice Soothes Eczema Symptoms

A new rub-on herbal gel known as A-1 Cool, which amongst other things contains liquorice, could be used to tackle eczema. The gel will help cool and moisturise the skin, plus ease any itching. For more information about eczema click …

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20 May

Expert Guidance to Better Support Eczema in Children

Several leading European dermatologists have today launched guidance to help parents reduce the burden of eczema on children living with this disease. Experts from Denmark, France, Germany, Poland and Spain have come together to agree a consensus of ‘top tips’, which focus on avoiding situations that trigger …

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18 Jan

Free TalkEczema Welcome Pack full of Samples and Information Leaflets

We are pleased to announe that during January and February we will be sending out free Welcome Packs containing product samples and information leaflets suitable for people living with eczema. In order to receive your free Welcome Pack, simply visit …

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17 Nov

What causes flares of eczema in children?

A recent study* published in the British Journal of Dermatology has tried to answer this important question. The authors sought to identify which environmental factors might worsen eczema. They studied sixty children with eczema aged between 0 and 15 years …

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13 Oct

Toxic Substances Control Act in the USA

The company behind Skin MD Natural expects the planned updates to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) in America to reduce the number of people suffering from dry skin and eczema. However, the company warns that people should continue to …

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7 Oct

Eczema, Sleep & DermaTherapy

Sleep is one of the best ways to let your skin rejuvenate. If you can’t sleep then make sure your bedroom isn’t too hot so that you can sleep deeply. And, make sure you’re bedding is right for you. Try …

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7 Oct

Calm Inflammed Skin with Oats

Oats contain anti-inflammatory properties and can help to reduce skin flare ups. Simply add a few cups of oats to a warm (not hot) bath and soak for 15-20 minutes to calm the skin. Some of our TalkEczema visitors have …

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6 Oct

Clinical Trial – Benefits of Using a Water Softener if you have Eczema

A research study through Nottingham University is looking at whether water softeners help reduce the severity of eczema. All water in the home is softened, except at one tap for drinking water. Results are expected in early 2010. For more …

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6 Oct

Eczema and Winter Blues – a Mediterranean Diet May Help

Winter is coming and so your eczema is likely to get worse. Putting up with a chronic skin condition when the days are short and the weather is cold can lead to depression and ‘winter blues’. Spanish researchers say that …

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6 Oct

Soap Free for those with Eczema

If you have dry skin and eczema try to avoid using traditional soap as this can dry out your skin even more. Look for a soap-free wash or a wash specifically made for people with dry skin and eczema. Take …

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29 Sep

Probiotics and Eczema

We’ve had some feedback from people looking at our blog about how they’ve used Probiotics as part of the treatment and management of eczema. For more information on this subject visit http://www.talkeczema.com/webdocs/skincare/skin_care_probiotics.php and also the Daily Mail have an interesting …

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28 Sep

Delicate Eyes and Eczema

Apply your eye cream or emollient using your wedding ring finger to avoid too much pressure on any facial eczema, as skin around the eyes is more delicate. www.talkeczema.com +897   

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25 Sep

Moisturiser in the Fridge

Did you know that if you put your moisturiser/emollient in the fridge it will act as a cooling agent on your eczema as you apply it – this may help to reduce inflammation and itching. For more information on how …

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21 Sep

Applying Emollients Correctly

As winter sets in it’s time to think about how much more our skin dries out and for those with eczema it is particulary important to moisturise regularly and correctly. Make sure you use a moisturiser that suits your skin. …

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17 Sep

Hydrate Your Skin

Hydrate your skin by drinking plenty of water – your body needs around 2.5 litres each day – that’s around 5 pints! It’s not going to get rid of your eczema but it’s going to help. www.talkeczema.com +928   

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17 Sep

Winter Eczema

Eczema symptoms can be exacerbated by temperature changes – especially during the winter months when we go from warm centrally heated houses to the colder outdoors. Visit www.talkeczema.com and become a member for free. You can then chat in our …

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6 Jul

Social Effects of Skin Disorders Survey

We are conductng a survey to look at the social effects of skin disorders (eczema, acne, psoriasis etc) on children and their parents. Please take 5 minutes to complete our survey. There’s also a chance to win £25 M and …

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3 Jul

Study Characterizes Eczema Patients Most At Risk Of Dangerous Viral Infections

Eczema patients at risk for serious viral infections have more severe disease, are more likely to be allergic to food and other allergens, and have a frequent history of staph infections, according to researchers at National Jewish Health and other …

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23 Jun

Four Out Of Ten Skin Disease Sufferers Bullied

According to a recent online survey conducted by the skin disease charity the British Skin Foundation, 23% of those who participated said that they had suffered from an isolated incident of bullying, with a further 18% revealing that they suffered …

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9 Jun

Hayfever and Eczema

Unfortunately it’s now the hayfever season. If you’re anything like me you dread it. I never suffered with hayfever until 3 years ago when I developed what seemed like an unexplainable eye infection where my eyes wept and went gunky. …

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