Costs of prescription skin care drugs have soared by an average of 401 percent from 2009 to 2015, a new report found.
A new study has found a strong association between environmental exposure to peanut protein during infancy and an allergic response to peanuts in children who have eczema early in life.
A new study reported that adult eczema could be a risk factor for fractures and other injuries.
New research suggests that eczema might be a lifelong condition.
Getting allergy shots during pregnancy may help prevent allergies in children, according to a new study.
Women who swim during pregnancy may be putting their unborn children at risk of asthma and eczema, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that early exposure to antibiotics could increase a child's risk of developing eczema, a skin disease characterized by itchiness.
Feeding babies lots of fish in their first year of life may protect them from future allergies.
Researchers suspected that the culprit was a chemical produced by nerve cells called a neurotransmitter.
Researchers report that parents who clean their babies' pacifiers with their own saliva could help lower their children's risk of developing asthma, allergies and eczema.
Children born outside of the U.S. are significantly less likely to have allergic diseases like asthma, eczema, hay fever and food allergies, according to a new study. However, researchers found that the longer children live in the U.S. the greater their chances of developing allergic disease.
Researchers discovered a set of cells present on the skin that might be responsible for several skin allergies, such as eczema.
A child suffering from eczema has a wide variety of bacteria present in the stomach. These bacteria are commonly present in the gut of an adult than in healthy children.