Health Tip: What's Causing my Child's Eczema?

(HealthDay News) -- Eczema is a common condition that can cause dry, red and itchy skin.

The National Eczema Association says common eczema triggers in children include:

  • Having very dry skin.
  • Having contact with an irritant or allergen, from smoke or pets to detergents.
  • Having a skin infection.
  • Drooling among babies, causing facial eczema.
  • Exposing skin to cold, dry air.

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