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4 Ingredients That Help Soothe Eczema

by Immunoe

  Healing dry and irritated skin can be hard, especially during fall and winter, when temperatures decrease, and the air becomes dryer. Having eczema means dealing with dry, irritated and damaged skin. Here are some ingredients that can help you keep your skin healthy, hydrated and calm: Dead …

Discover the Sneaky Ways the Sun May be Getting to Your Skin

by Immunoe

  November is here and it is the National Healthy Skin Month. Keeping your skin healthy is very important and taking good care of it can help prevent several skin problems and conditions. Protecting our skin though, might not be as simple as we think it is. Even though summer and beach time is …

Surprising Triggers of Chronic Hives

by Immunoe

  Chronic hives are characterized by prolonged periods of exacerbation and remission. Hives can last from weeks to years. For people living with chronic hives, it is important to keep track of their condition, the way it develops, their triggers as well as things that help them find relief. On …

What are Hives and How Can They Be Managed?

by Immunoe

  Hives are a skin rash caused or triggered by a reaction to food, medicine or other irritants. Usually they are perceived as an outbreak of swollen red bumps on your skin. Some of the major symptoms include itching, burning or stinging. Hives can appear anywhere on your body but in most of th …

Study Links Eczema to More Dangerous Diseases

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A new Northwestern Medicine study has discovered that adults with eczema, the common name for atopic dermatitis, are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes. This is largely because people with eczema are more likely to smoke, drink and be obese, …