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While the causes for skin asthma are unclear, and it can't be cured, there are treatment options and preventative strategies that can help.
Some facts and tips on how to treat skin asthma during pregnancy.
Rashes during a baby's first 18 months of life can signal skin asthma, also called eczema, especially if there's also a history of maternal asthma; Find out more.
Have you ever heard of skin asthma? How about atopic dermatitis? They are actually the same thing, and here's everything you need to know and then some.
Skin asthma, or eczema, isn't the only condition that causes itchy skin. Find out about a genetic disorder that can cause unbearable itching.
Eczema, sometimes known as skin asthma, tends to run in families with asthma and allergies; Here's how you can avoid aggravating it.
Pregnant women on a Mediterranean diet were more likely to have babies free of skin asthma and other allergies, while a diet high in red mean had the opposite effect.
You won't believe what doctors think is one of the reasons why kids develop atopic diseases like skin asthma; Not enough dirt!
The short answer is "no", there isn't any known link between food and skin asthma, but some people notice their condition get better or worse with some kinds of food.
Atopic dermatitis, or skin asthma, has a significant genetic component, but it is possible to minimize risk with diet modification.
Yep, that's right, psychotherapy for your eczema. For some, stress can trigger an immune response, which leads to skin asthma, and psychotherapy may help.
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