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WebMD provides you with home remedies to care for eczema, an itchy skin condition.
A complete guide to eczema treatments, from hydrocortisone to phototherapy and more.
Stress can make eczema worse. In fact, a branch of medicine, called psychodermatology, examines how the mind affects the skin.
Eczema causes red, itchy skin. Learn more about the symptoms of eczema from WebMD.
Learn more from WebMD about how eczema is diagnosed and treated.
Read more from WebMD about the prevention of eczema, a common skin condition especially in infants.
WebMD gives you the basics on eczema, a common skin condition.
WebMD explains the causes of eczema and triggers of eczema – a skin irritation that is seen more often in children than adults.
WebMD explains the different types of eczema as well as signs, causes, and treatments.
Find out why so many people with allergies also develop eczema.
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