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    Eczema

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    conditions that are experienced by numerous persons varies from slight to life-threatening. Eczema is a condition that is usually not life-threatening. This condition is common in many people and linked through allergens, race, gender, and genetics. If one does not know what eczema is already, it is a skin condition that causes the skin to become dry, scaly, red, and peel-y. This dryness makes the skin become overly itchy causing the host to itch in places such as their arms, legs, or even reproductive areas. The severity of the itching can range from the slight tickle on the skin, to an amount of itching that creates cuts and open sores on the skin and redness all over. Typically eczema isn’t this severe, for most people, and can be treated fairly quickly (What Is Eczema).…

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    Atopic Eczema Case Study

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    ECZEMA adolescent Overview Atopic eczema is a form of dermatitis now very common among children aged one to seven years. Atopic eczema in children About 15% of small, from one to seven years of age, has this type of dermatitis that, in 60% of cases, occurs within the first two years of life. Sometimes it disappears spontaneously or if it is manifested at an early age and is accompanied by familiar, can also persist into adulthood. Dermatitis is congenital and genetic in origin but can develop…

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    Rohan Krishnan, Kartik Tyagi Ms. Turner Health Science I Honors Period 4(A) 7 December 2016 Research Paper - Eczema The condition of eczema, otherwise known as atopic dermatitis, atopic eczema, or allergic eczema, affects the skin, causes many bruises and redness, itching, oozing and over time rough hard thickened skin. As can be inferred from its many names, many people with eczema either have a variety of allergies already, examples of which being “allergic rhinitis (hay fever), asthma…

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    Atopic eczema is a chronic relapsing condition that is commonly seen in primary care. It is characterised by itching and redness of the skin and is most prevalent in early childhood. Health professionals may often regard it as a trivial problem that will go away, and it may be overshadowed by other related conditions, such as asthma.1However, the symptoms of eczema range from a small mildly irritating patch to a more widespread and painful rash, which can be physically extrusive and painful and…

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    awkwardness. Dandruff is a never-ending scalp condition and dehydrated skin is a common skin ailment. Dandruff and dry skin troubles can be made worse by ecological factors like extremely hot or cold weather with low moisture levels. 2. Sensitivity to hair care products: Contact dermatitis originated by sensitivity to hair care products that infuriate your scalp can cause irritated, red, peeling signs of dandruff. A fungus identified as malassezia that is typical on most mature scalp, can cause…

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    M.G. is a 10-year old African American female presenting to the clinic with her mother. She is clean and intact, well nourished and in no apparent distress. She has been getting allergy shots due to eczema, but the mother wishes to stop them due to lack of improvement in her condition. She had been prescribed with tea tree oils, which she used twice daily until it ran out three months ago. She has also been having daily baths with dove and herbal soaps and bath salts twice a week. She has also…

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    Case Study Papa Bear

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    The subject, Papa Bear, is an Asian-American that is a 5’4” 48-years old male that weighs approximately 240 pounds. He was diagnosed with high cholesterol in August of 2015 and is currently taking atorvastatin. Near end of August, Mr. Bear was in a minor car accident that caused him to have neck and back pain, and is now on metaxalone, cyclobenzaprine, and meloxicam. Not only does he currently have high cholesterol and feeling pains from his neck down to his lower back, for about 40 years Mr.…

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    Skin Allergies

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    Skin Allergies in Dogs Are On the Rise If you were to ask your favorite vet, he is likely to tell you that skin allergies in dogs are on the rise. According to a number of recent surveys, as many as one out of seven dogs in the US suffer from some form of skin allergy. To make matters worse, these numbers are expected to continue rising for the foreseeable future. In order for your dog to develop an allergy, he must be exposed to an allergen at least twice. The first time he is exposed to the…

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    Food Allergies Research

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    Since food allergies are a problem that affects so many people there are few options that can not only benefit but, improve the lives of all Americans. Those few options are creating a law the requires the display of food allergy awareness poster in all food service establishments and in addition, also requires employees to be trained in food allergy awareness. Another possible solution would be to make EpiPen® (epinephrine injection, USP) an accessible access for those in restaurants since…

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    What Is Eczema?

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    Eczema is a general term for any superficial inflammatory process involving the epidermis. The term eczema can be used to describe any rash like skin conditions that commonly starts during infancy and continue through childhood. Some people outgrow the condition while some people continue to have it throughout adulthood. There are many different types of eczema. Allergic contact eczema is a reaction where the skin has come into contact with a substance that the immune system doesn't recognize.…

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