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Epsidoe 243 – Eczema – A detailed look from the inside and out!

In today’s episode of the ATP Project Matt, Jeff, Steve, and Elizma chat about all things Eczema. The team has been itching to talk about this for a while as its something so prevalent in society across all ages and occurs for so many different reasons. This episode gives an excellent insight into differences to look for and a way to join the dots on this condition.


  1. The role of gut microbiota in atopic asthma and allergy, implications in the understanding of disease pathogenesis.
  2. Nickel Allergy of the Skin and Beyond.
  3. Comparison the effects of topical application of olive and calendula ointments on Children’s diaper dermatitis: A triple-blind randomized clinical trial.
  4. Innovation in Atopic Dermatitis: From Pathogenesis to Treatment.
  5. Markers of microbial exposure lower the incidence of atopic dermatitis

  6. Nigella sativa seed extract applicability in preparations against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and effects on human dermal fibroblasts viability.
  7. Phytotherapeutic potential of natural herbal medicines for the treatment of mild-to-severe atopic dermatitis: A review of human clinical studies.
  8. “Eczema Coxsackium” and Unusual Cutaneous Findings in an Enterovirus Outbreak

  9. What’s new in atopic eczema? An analysis of systematic reviews published in 2017. Part 1: treatment and prevention.
  10. What’s new in atopic eczema? An analysis of systematic reviews published in 2015. Part 2: prevention and treatment.
  11. The complex biology and contribution of Staphylococcus aureus in atopic dermatitis, current and future therapies.
  12. Supporting a Healthy Microbiome for the Primary Prevention of Eczema.
  13. Regulation of T Cell Immunity in Atopic Dermatitis by Microbes: The Yin and Yang of Cutaneous Inflammation.
  14. Eczema: Overview

  15. A review of four common medicinal plants used to treat eczema

  16. Staphylococcus aureus: an underestimated factor in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis?