Month: March 2012

Social Competition Entry: Ending the eczema and allergy epidemic, without drugs or expensive interventions

I have entered SolveEczema.org in a healthcare competition – Innovations for Health – sponsored by the Ashoka and Robert Wood Johnson Foundations. It’s unlikely to win, but if the entry is well-received, I may make good connections or find resources to help further work in the future. The organizers have told entrants to reach out …

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The SolveEczema view on dry skin

I am reposting a part of reply I just wrote to a comment, since not everyone reads the comments (and I tend not to even read what comes in frequently, because of all the spam).  It covers the issue of myths about dry skin, from my perspective: With eczema, dryness is almost a separate issue. …

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Thank you for a successful crowdfunding effort!

Thanks for all the support for the crowdfunding effort that ended February 29, 2012! I will be working on a scientific paper and a book for SolveEczema.org.  I will soon be putting up a newsletter capability on the blog to send out progress notes. In the crowdfunding goals, I didn’t promise the medical paper in …

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Postcript on affiliate marketing (or not) on SolveEczema.org

In December, I suspended affiliate marketing for SolveEczema.org for a number of reasons, including that the time it took for it to provide enough support to be helpful took directly away from the site work. I removed the pages and most of the links, but apparently forgot the Amazon aStore link (links?) from the recommendation …

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