Eczema is a catch-all phrase that describes a number of different forms of dermatitis. The most common forms include atopic eczema, irritant contact dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, adult seborrhoeic eczema, infantile seborrhoeic eczema, discoid eczema and varicose eczema. Babies and kids get atopic dermatitis, but so do adults. This form of eczema is often tied [...]
Archive for April, 2009
Okay, it’s starting to warm up around the US and this means more people are doing outdoors activiites. This means sports, taking nature walks, camping, 4 wheeling and hitting areas that have vegetation. But there are also other areas to be cautions about for growths of poison ivy, poison sumac and poision oak that can [...]
I’ve been hearing from a few readers that they have had significant improvements for psoriasis problems by using natural supplements including the dead sea salt treatment products. What is this all about? Is it different than just getting in a tub and adding epsom salt and other ingredients?
There was an interesting news item about a 15 year old boy who was treated for molloscum skin rash. He had around 25 red bumps on the side of his neck for a few months. They didn’t itch , weep or form pus. It is related to warts but different.