New York researchers at Mount Sinai are easing the relentless itch of eczema with a new drug. Dubbed a “breakthrough” therapy by the FDA, it treats eczema’s source rather than just its symptoms.
The skin may hold the answer to why some children develop peanut allergies before ever having peanuts, according to new research.
Injections, now available in Canada and U.S., are proving a life-changer.
Using certain over-the-counter acne products may cause severe, even life-threatening allergic reactions.
In trials, Xolair has proved a life-changing treatment for adults with chronic hives.
Scientists have discovered that blocking certain nerve cells could not only treat eczema, but prevent associated issues from developing later in life.
Johnson & Johnson announces changes to a sunscreen product after over 150 people reported skin reactions.
British dermatologists are warning of an “epidemic” of skin allergies caused by a chemical
A large study of Australian kids finds persuasive evidence that sun exposure may help to ward off both food allergies and eczema.