Fast Facts about Psoriasis
    May 24, 1999
    Fast Facts about Psoriasis

    Psoriasis is often not even considered in children because the average age of onset is 28 years. (more…)…

    Fast Facts about the Chickenpox Vaccine
    June 25, 1996
    Fast Facts about the Chickenpox Vaccine

    Chicken pox is caused by the Varicella-zoster virus. It is usually a mild infection, and not life-threatening. Although children with this virus may be miserable for several days, and miss a week of s…

    Fast Facts about RSV
    March 15, 1996
    Fast Facts about RSV

    RSV, or Respiratory Syncytial Virus, is the most important respiratory organism of early childhood. RSV occurs throughout the world, and in each location it tends to occur in yearly winter outbreaks. …

    Tips for Treating and Preventing Eczema Outbreaks
    March 1, 1996
    Tips for Treating and Preventing Eczema Outbreaks

    The first step in treating eczema is to identify the precipitating event or trigger and avoid it if possible! You may not see an immediate improvement, but if you are going to successfully treat eczem…

    Alleviating Eczema
    February 5, 1996
    Alleviating Eczema

    Eczema is a chronic condition in which sensitive skin reacts to certain triggers, and a rash develops. The mainstays of eczema treatment are moisturizers and ever-increasing strengths of cortisone cre…