Treating childhood eczema
Newly diagnosed: What parents ask
A board-certified pediatric dermatologist answers this question.
If your child has eczema, knowing the answer to this question can help you avoid common pitfalls.
Removing certain foods from your child’s diet can do more harm than good. Find out why.
Yes, treating your child’s eczema has benefits. Here are six.
When a child has eczema, dermatologists often recommend that parents avoid the treatments on this do-not-use list.
Not every child who has eczema should have allergy testing. Find out when your child may need it.
How to gain control of your child’s eczema
A treatment plan includes more than medication, which is only prescribed when needed. See what else a child’s eczema treatment plan includes.
To help manage your baby’s symptoms and reduce flare-ups, dermatologists recommend these tips.
As your child’s eczema waxes and wanes, you treat it differently. This simple solution will help you use the right treatment every time,
Yes. Find out what you need to know.
Due to their safety and effectiveness, corticosteroids are commonly used to treat eczema in people of all ages, including young children. This fact sheet highlights what parents often want to know about this treatment.
When eczema becomes severe, it may seem that nothing will calm your child’s skin. Discover how a dermatologist can help you reclaim control.
A treatment plan for childhood eczema often includes skin care, trigger management, and medication. This checklist can help you know when to do what.
To prevent eczema flare-ups, have you stopped feeding your child certain foods? Here’s why dermatologists seldom recommend this approach.