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Maternal asthma and eczema can be inherited by the child; learn about the first signs of eczema in babies up to 18 months old.
Eating healthy food during pregnancy will help prevent the development of asthma and eczema in your newborn, so put down that junk food!
Some nutritional and environmental changes you can make to help manage your kid's allergy, asthma and eczema.
Although asthma and eczema are in the same class of diseases, having eczema in infancy will only rarely lead to development of asthma later in childhood.
Allergies, asthma and eczema tend to run in families, but the causes of these immune diseases aren't clear; check out some theories.
Doctors think that one of the reasons why kids develop atopic diseases like asthma and eczema might be surroundings that are too clean.
Scientists might have found a gene that causes both asthma and eczema; this exciting find could lead to treatments for both diseases.
While new cases of allergy, asthma and eczema are stabilizing in the United States, they are shooting up in developing countries. What about Westernization is causing this increase?
A recent study shows that by taking probiotic therapy during pregnancy, mothers can decrease the chances of passing on atopic diseases, such as asthma and eczema, to their children.
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