Home > Medical > Skin > Eczema Eczema All sections in Skin » About Skin » Age and Your Skin » Caring for your Skin » Eczema » FAQs » Health Tips » Healthy Hair » Skin News » Real-life Story » Seasons in the Sun » Skin Cancer » Your Skin and the Sun Learn more about the symptoms of eczema including eczema treatment and the causes of eczema. How to protect your baby against eczema How do you protect your baby's young and delicate skin against eczema? Why some kids with eczema are at higher allergy risk A recent study found that young children with severe eczema who are infected with staph make more of an antibody against peanut, egg and milk, indicating they are allergic to those foods. Eczema can drive people to thoughts of suicide A study found that people with eczema had a considerably higher risk of suicidal thoughts compared with people without the immunological disease. Probiotic might help ease children's eczema There's a big need for safe and effective eczema treatments for young children. Nine-year-old tells of bullying because of eczema Nine-year-old Nomonde, from Ermelo, says that because of her eczema children don’t want to play with her - they call her hurtful names, and she no longer wants to go to school. Breastfeeding may cut kids' eczema risk According to a new study, children who were exclusively breastfed for at least three months had only half the risk of eczema compared to the control groups. Eczema misdiagnosis leaves 5-year-old girl severely scarred – and kids reject her because of it A KwaZulu-Natal girl was diagnosed with a simple rash instead of eczema. Now, the 5-year-old has to deal with rejection from other children because of the scars she has. 1 in 10 will develop eczema in their lifetime The risk for eczema follows a 'U' shape: 'It is highest in childhood, dips among young adults, and rises in mid-to-late adulthood.' Frequent hand-washing tough on those with eczema A dermatologist offers some advice on how to balance hand-washing and skin conditions. Eczema? Would you consider taking a bleach bath? Bleach is antibacterial, and it has been shown that a diluted bleach bath may reduce eczema symptoms by reducing bacteria and inflammation on the skin. load more From our sponsor Sponsored: No more itchy flaky, dry skin this winter!