Tag Archives: atopic dermatitis

The allergies go marching on: the atopic march and the temporal relationship of allergic diseases

Atopic/allergic family of diseases affects >20% of the global population and encompasses allergic asthma, hay fever, food allergy, atopic dermatitis, and allergic rhinitis. Frequently, individuals with an allergic condition develop another allergic disease. The atopic march theory

Celiac disease and associated dermatitis

Celiac disease and associated dermatitis. AoS

Celiac disease (CD) is an autoimmune condition with a worldwide distribution that affects genetically predisposed subjects. It is classified as a permanent intolerance to gluten, and is prompted and maintained by gluten-containing products. The majority of CD

The risk of childhood eczema is associated with immune molecules in mothers breast milk

Maternal breast milk is the main source of nutrition during early life, which is a critical period for immune development of the child. Breast milk contains bioactive enzymes, hormones, growth factors and immune modulating factors, which are