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Health Tip: Symptoms of Eczema

Dry, itchy skin

(HealthDay News) -- Eczema is a chronic skin rash that is most common among infants. Most cases clear by the age of 3, although any child or adult can have the recurring condition.

Here are common symptoms of eczema, courtesy of the U.S. National Library of Medicine:

  • Skin rash with excessive itching.
  • Blisters that are red, inflamed and oozing.
  • Skin that is dry and leathery.
  • Skin that is raw from excessive scratching.
  • Discharge or bleeding from the ear.
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