Childhood eczema: How to spot related health concerns
Eczema increases the risk of developing other health conditions. Asthma and hay fever are common.
In this section, you’ll find dermatologists’ insight (based on the latest research) that can help you:
Reduce the risk of your child developing some related health conditions.
Recognize and care for related health conditions.
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Yes, eczema increases the risk of developing these health conditions. Here’s what dermatologists recommend if your child may have one or more of these conditions.
You’ll find insight gleaned from the latest research to help you recognize and care for these related health conditions.
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