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Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery: "Management of Itch in Atopic Dermatitis," "Pruritus: Management Algorithms and Experimental Therapies."
National Jewish Health: "Eczema: Lifestyle Management," "Soak and Seal Eczema Treatment."
American Academy of Dermatology: "How to relieve itchy skin."
HealthyChildren.org: "Treating Sports Injuries with Ice and Heat."
PLoS One: "Itch Relief by Mirror Scratching. A Psychophysical Study."
Acupuncture in Medicine: Journal of the British Medical Acupuncture Society: "Effectiveness of acupressure on pruritus and lichenification associated with atopic dermatitis: a pilot trial."
Acupressure-points.org: "Large Intestine Point 11: QuChi, Pool on the Crook."
UCLA Explore Integrative Medicine: "Acupressure for Beginners, How to Administer Acupressure."
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine: "Alternative, Complementary, and Forgotten Remedies for Atopic Dermatitis."
Cleveland Clinic: "What to Do if Your Child Has Eczema," "Stress Free Now."
National Eczema Association: "I already moisturize twice a day, do I really need a topical steroid?" "Wet wraps," "Eczema Action Plan."
Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy: "Therapy of Pruritus."
British Journal of Dermatology: "Targeted treatment of pruritus - a look into the future."
Mayo Clinic: "Atopic dermatitis (eczema): Lifestyle and home remedies."
International Journal of Molecular Sciences: "Nocturnal Pruritus: The Battle for a Peaceful Night's Sleep."
National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health: "Skin Conditions and Complementary Health Approaches: What the Science Says," "Meditation: In Depth" "Relaxation Techniques for Health."
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