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  1. Cancer Warning Suggested for Eczema Creams.

    Feb. 16, 2005 -- Two relatively new and very popular prescription creams used to treat eczema in children and adults may soon carry a "black box" warning -- indicating the drugs represent a cancer risk for some. In an FDA meeting, a distinguished nationwide panel of experts reviewed medical data tha

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  2. Hand Eczema Treatments That Help

    Dec. 20, 2004 -- Seeking relief from the red, dry, cracked, and inflamed skin of hand eczema? Two new studies spotlight treatments that could help even the roughest cases. Both studies were conducted in Europe on people with moderate to severe hand eczema, also called hand dermatitis. The results ap

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  3. Hand Dermatitis Hazard for Massage Therapists

    Aug. 16, 2004 -- Massage therapists rely on their hands to knead and unknot clients' muscles. But their hard-working hands may be at risk for hand dermatitis, and part of the problem may be the contact with fragrant oils, frequent hand washing, and lotions they use. Hand dermatitis, also called hand

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  4. New Treatments Ease Eczema, Psoriasis

    July 29, 2004 -- The future looks brighter than ever for the millions of Americans with eczema and psoriasis thanks to effective and safe new treatments, researchers said Thursday at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology in New York City. Nearly 15 million Americans have eczema,

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  5. Primrose Oil May Not Help Eczema

    Dec. 11, 2003 -- Primrose oil won't help calm the itch of irritating eczema, a common, chronic skin problem, a new study shows. Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, typically is triggered by stress or by allergies to foods, fabrics, airborne irritants, and chemicals. The rash gets itchy, red, an

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  6. New Treatment Delays Eczema Flare-Ups

    June 19, 2003 -- A new approach in eczema treatment can help prevent the unpredictable flare-ups of red, itchy skin that plague people with the condition. A new study shows that adding twice-weekly treatment with Cutivate to daily moisturizer use can delay eczema relapses for up to 16 weeks in peopl

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  7. Bacteria Fights Atopic Eczema in Kids

    May 29, 2003 -- Putting bacteria back into the equation for expectant mothers and infants may help reduce the risk of developing eczema (or dermatitis, as it is sometimes called) well into childhood. A new study shows children of women who took supplements of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (Lactobacillu

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  8. ADHD, Skin Disease May Be Linked

    March 25, 2003 (San Francisco) -- Babies and children who are prone to itchy, inflamed rashes -- a condition called eczema -- often suffer from sleeplessness and irritability. Worn-out parents and suffering children make frequent visits to pediatric offices seeking relief for this inflammatory skin

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  9. Non-Steroid Cream Soothes Infant Eczema

    Feb. 27, 2003 -- An eczema-fighting cream appears to be safe in even the youngest babies. Elidel may provide parents an alternative to steroid creams to manage the red, itchy patches of skin. According to researchers, about 10% to 15% of children under 5 suffer from eczema -- also known as atopic de

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  10. Eczema Patients Lack Natural Antibiotic

    -->Oct. 9, 2002 -- Researchers report they now know why people with eczema are prone to developing recurrent skin infections, and they say the findings could lead to better treatments for the chronic skin disease. A new study suggests that people with eczema lack natural, protective antibiotics in t

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