Do early skin care practices alter the risk of atopic dermatitis? A case-control study

  • Rendell M
  • Baig-Lewis S
  • Berry T
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The rise in atopic dermatitis prevalence observed in industrialized countries is unexplained. We hypothesized that certain skin care practices early in life may increase the risk for developing atopic dermatitis. Our case-control study could not identify any one practice that increased the odds of developing atopic dermatitis, but it revealed that regular lotion use was very common in infants who later develop atopic dermatitis.

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  • Marla E. Rendell

  • Shahana F. Baig-Lewis

  • Trista M. Berry

  • Melissa E. Denny

  • Brenda M. Simpson

  • Peter A. Brown

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