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Eczema (INACTIVE)

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  • Readers moved by Valentine's Day tip

    Last week we shared Cathy Levan's tip for buying petroleum jelly in bulk and packing it into pill boxes to save on lip balm, and suggested it would be a great Valentine's Day gift. What better way to show someone your love than to make them more...
  • 'Well Enough Alone' by Jennifer Traig

    'Well Enough Alone' by Jennifer Traig
    Well Enough Alone A Cultural History of My Hypochondria Jennifer Traig Riverhead Books: 258 pp., $23.95 By the end of "Devil in the Details," Jennifer Traig's 2004 memoir of her obsessive-compulsive childhood, she was liberated from the need to lather...
  • Affordable Skin-Care Products

    Affordable Skin-Care Products
    There's no denying the allure of a beautiful complexion - or of an illuminated department store beauty counter, filled with elegant frosted jars and sleek glass bottles that promise a dewy glow and taut skin. But there's also no denying the appeal of...
  • Bleach Baths for Eczema

    Bleach Baths for Eczema
    In tonight's medical watch -- skin problems ... try a little bleach. It's not just for laundry anymore. Bleach works on the little ones -- helping relieve a painful skin disorder. Ben Kieffer, eczema patient: "It kinda itches." The scratching, the...
  • AMBER ALERT ENDS: Children Found

    Tacoma - Two children are safe tonight and in protective custody again after police say their mother removed them from a supervised meeting at the Department of Social and Human Services office Wednesday afternoon in Tacoma. The children, 1 year-old...
  • Childhood Eczema is a Growing Problem

    Childhood Eczema is a Growing Problem
    Michelle Stevens first noticed the red, blotchy patches on her toddler's feet after he started walking. Every time Noah walked outdoors in their grassy backyard, the blotches appeared. Before long, the itchy patches — signs of eczema —...
  • The raw milk debate rages on

    The raw milk debate rages on
    More and more consumers are forgoing standard milk in favor of "raw" milk, milk that's unpasteurized and unhomogenized, essentially straight from the udder of the cow. Some seek out raw milk for its reportedly creamier, richer taste, but more choose it...
  • Four Percent of U.S. Children Have Food Alergies, Analysis Fnds

    Four Percent of U.S. Children Have Food Alergies, Analysis Fnds
    The number of children who have food allergies is not only increasing, it now encompasses 4% of all kids in the United States, according to an analysis of four large, national surveys published Monday in the journal Pediatrics. The study -- the first...
  • Surviving the holiday season in good form

    Surviving the holiday season in good form
    The holidays burst upon us every year with a veneer of joyousness, yet that bubbling of good cheer masks a series of rather dire seasonal warnings: Don't eat too many rich, fatty foods; don't drink to excess; don't forsake your exercise routine; and,...
  • Natural Remedies for Problem Skin

    Natural Remedies for Problem Skin
    Inevitably, our skin changes as we age. Our skin is also affected by our hormones, diet, stress level, and weather conditions. Premature aging and dryness are promoted by low water intake, excessive caffeine, lack of sleep, insufficient exercise, and a...