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FAQ: Which is more important in atopic eczema, allergy or dry skin?
While research finds ways of stopping the "
", chronic eczema needs treating with
The Combined Approach
Friday Facts #14 Local side-effects of topical steroids
Atopic eczema seems often under-treated because of fear of side-effects from the use of topical steroids.
Friday Facts #13 Antihistamines and atopic eczema
Do antihistamines help with atopic eczema?
Friday Facts #12 The most dangerous room in the house
Which is the most
room in the house?
Habit Reversal Tips #10 Five for Patients, Five for Practioners
5 important tips for patients, and 5 for practitioners
Friday Facts #11 Infected atopic dermatitis
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FAQ: Is it OK to go to the beach?
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Friday Facts #10 The Traffic-Light Phenomenon
"I think, therefore I scratch.
I scratch, therefore I am". [J.Bernard, 1985]
Friday Facts #9 Practitioner-patient communication is notoriously unreliable
We only remember as little as half of what we are told when we go to see a practitioner
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