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03
Sep

Food allergy vs eczema         Food allergy is not equivalent to eczema. Food allergy is an immune response that is triggered as you expose your child to certain food, which causes them to have acute or fast onset of developing hives, swelling and itchy rashes. Moreover, the site of the rashes is random, unpredictable, and may come…

01
Jul
How Does Eczema Affect My Child's Growth & Emotion? Dr Vivian Thong (Consultant Paediatrician) is here to share Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic inflammation of the skin which is typically present with recurrent redness, itch and dryness and usually takes place during early childhood. We frequently see infants who were brought into the doctor’s office diagnosed…
07
May
Is it Eczema or Just a Common Rash? Here’s How to Tell the Difference One of the most common complaints to daily paediatric outpatient clinics is rash-related. Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, usually occurs during early childhood and is typically present with redness, itch and dryness and may also affect adults. The distribution of the rash varies by age…
01
Dec

Dear parents out there, stop stressing yourself, we got this! During these worst days of the pandemic, some things are going to be harder than others. Keep calm and let’s not dwell too much on the things we could have gotten done or should have done differently. Look at the bright side, perhaps this is a great time to bond…

20
Nov

Being a parent to a child with itchy and sensitive skin is not an easy task — especially now during a pandemic when everyone is staying in and your child may require constant affection from you. So parents, in these trying times, we all need to do everything we can to keep our little ones safe, happy and comfortable. Here’s…

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