Where Can I Learn More About Eczema?

Where Can I Learn More About Eczema?

Lana Lindstrom

Having eczema or having a child with eczema is not always a pain-free journey. There are many ups and downs, but the important thing is to remember that you are not alone and there are many resources available for continuing education. Technology and medicine are ever-evolving with new ideas, products, and treatments available every year. There are also many tips and natural remedies for eczema that can really compliment a treatment plan from your doctor.

Medical communities often share advice, opinions, and give support. They can be a great way to connect with others going through similar things. The hardest part about all of this - where do I start? Well look no further because AD RescueWear is here to help you get started and find support!!

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Learning More:

  • AD RescueWear is a hub for information regarding eczema treatment. This eczema blog has over 1,200 articles on how to prevent, treat and minimize eczema. There are also articles on current medications and natural remedies. This eczema information center can be found here and new information is released weekly. The website also has endless resources that connect you to whatever information you need. Eczema ReliefEffective Treatment for EczemaEczema Studies & InformationUseful Links And Resources For Eczema, and The Best Treatment For Your Child's Itchy Eczema can ALL be found at Their products have also received the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance. Shop now here.
  • The National Eczema Association is an excellent resource to learn more about new and innovative ways to treat eczema, resources to locate a dermatologist or allergist, and background information as to why eczema occurs. Since 2004, they have donated over $250,000 to medical research. You can access their site here.
  • The American Academy of Dermatology can answer your questions regarding other skin conditions. This group is more focused on continuing education for current dermatologists, but also provides great educational resources. Their site can be accessed here.
  • Mayo Clinic is of course another great resource. Their overview of atopic dermatitis is in depth on symptoms & causes, diagnosis & treatment, doctors & departments. This information can be found here.

Tips: Eczema can vary widely from person to person. What may work for someone, may not work for you or your child.

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Getting Support:

  • The National Eczema Association has a support group, EczemaWise that can be found on This support group is designed for those who suffer from eczema, or have children who have eczema. To ask questions, share advice or learn from others that have suffered and successfully managed their eczema click here.
  • Facebook eczema groups are a wonderful place to find support. Here are two of the best Facebook pages for parents and individuals suffering from eczema: AD RescueWear has over 30,000 followers and it publishes tips, articles and research updates 3 times a week The Eczema Support Group is made up of 5,000 members. Community members ask questions, give advice, and offer opinions about new eczema treatments. You can join this group by visiting their Facebook page.

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Please remember information on our blog is not designed or meant to replace a physician’s advice. Always consult your doctor about your medical conditions. AD RescueWear does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.