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Treating severe eczema without relying on powerful drugs

Two year old Lucie Karazim of Indianapolis was prescribed powerful steroids to help control severe flares of eczema. Uncomfortable with the idea of relying on steroids, Lucie`s mother Heather opted for a simpler, more natural approach called wet wrap therapy. A study conducted at National Jewish Health in Denver found wet wrap therapy improved symptoms in children by more than 70 percent, and did so without traditional therapies like antibiotics, steroids or immunosuppressive drugs. Details of the study here:


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