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Atopic Eczema: Getting ready to use The Combined Approach
Success in changing behaviour requires some preparation
From the clinic #8: When acute eczema fails to respond to treatment
Detective work is needed...
...when topical treatment of acute eczema fails
School, eczema and bullying
We learn at school. What we learn is not always helpful.
Atopic eczema and dealing with house dust mite allergy
Vacuum cleaners were developed to tackle allergies
Atopic eczema and allergy tests
Although allergy tests are not always necessary,
they can sometimes be very helpful
Topical Tip #13: Optimising frequency of emollient use
- "When do you apply your moisturiser?"
"When my skin is dry."
- "Too late!"
Topical steroids for atopic eczema: not too much, not too little
Being creatures of habit is usually useful,
but nature can get the better of us...
FAQ: When is habit reversal recommended for atopic eczema?
Answer: When habitual scratching has caused chronic eczema
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