Dermatitis

Summers and Eczema

Eczema is mostly associated with dry cold winter weather, as the humidity that provides moisture in the air decreases. The dry air often results in dry skin, which can worsen eczema. But in few cases it is quite the opposite. Some people experience worse eczema during the summer months… Hot temperatures can aggravate eczema in …

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Spring Allergies and Eczema

For some people spring season is all about blossom, buds, green grass, flowers and their splendor. But for many others it’s about coughing, sneezing, having watery eyes, skin rashes and breathing issues. My family comes in the latter category. My husband and I just have the standard symptoms and we associate spring with sniffling mostly; …

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Back to Full Time School

COVID schooling has been a very different experience for the students as well as the parents. But as humans, we adapt really quickly; whatever comes our way. So this virtual schooling system, difficult at first, later became a new normal. Now the irony is, sending our kids back to 5 days a week face to …

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Dust Mites Allergy – Common Yet Ignored

Our son’s dermatitis always made us extra cautious, especially when it came to spotting the allergens in the environment. But to our folly, we ignored one extremely common allergen – the dust mites. One day I casually glanced at my bedroom side table and noticed minute white specs all over the table. At first I …

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Perfumes – Pleasant to Some, Nuisance to Others

According to a famous saying “You’re never fully dressed without a perfume”. And ,I for one, took this quote very seriously, as there was hardly a time where I left my house without wearing a perfume. This interest was instilled in me because of my father; he was a perfume collector and still is, having …

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