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How to Prevent Staph Infections When You Have Eczema

How to Prevent Staph Infections When You Have Eczema

Posted by Frank Litchenberger, MD, PhD, Medical Director at AD RescueWear on 22nd Apr 2019

When you have eczema, you’re at high risk for developing skin infections. The most common, and potentially serious, is an infection by bacteria called staphylococcus aureus (staph). These bacteria are … read more
Eczema and Exercise - Enjoy an Active Lifestyle

Eczema and Exercise - Enjoy an Active Lifestyle

Posted by Jennie Lyon on 21st Apr 2019

An active lifestyle leads to optimum health. It is important for cardiovascular health, weight control, stress reduction, and the release of endorphins which is important for reducing stress levels. B … read more
What is Atopic Dermatitis?

What is Atopic Dermatitis?

Posted by Frank Litchenberger, MD, PhD, Medical Director at AD RescueWear on 18th Apr 2019

The term “atopic dermatitis” is often used interchangeably with the terms “eczema” and “dermatitis,” which makes learning about the condition confusing. To clear things up, atopic dermatitis (AD) is t … read more
What Is Dyshidrotic Eczema?

What Is Dyshidrotic Eczema?

Posted by Dr. Frank J Lichtenberger MD, PhD Board Certified: Internal Medicine, Allergy/Immunology on 15th Apr 2019

An old superstition says that if your palms are itchy, it means money is either coming or going. But if itching is intense, it could also be a sign that you have dyshidrotic eczema (also called pompho … read more
Allergies and Eczema:  What's the Link?

Allergies and Eczema: What's the Link?

14th Apr 2019

Allergies and Eczema: What’s the Link?Does your child have eczema - a chronic, red, itchy skin rash? Do you or your spouse suffer from seasonal allergies or asthma? Or did you have eczema as a child a … read more