Ines Cano Uribe

Ines Cano Uribe Talks About Reducing Stress in Children with Eczema

Stress is one of the known triggers for a flare-up, and while some parents argue that their babies can’t be stressed because they’re still babies, it couldn’t be further from the truth. Babies generally absorb whatever their parents are feeling, including stress. Read more about eliminating stress factors in children from Ines Cano Uribe: School […]

Ines Cano Uribe Talks About Expecting the Unexpected in Childhood Eczema

For Ines Cano Uribe, her mission is simple: to help parents and children dealing with childhood eczema (sometimes also called infantile eczema). If she can help families dealing with this life-changing situation somehow find ease in their discomfort, and be at peace with the condition that is affecting the quality of life of not only […]

Ines Cano Uribe on Treatment Options for Childhood Eczema

Depending on the severity of the flare-up, or other symptoms that may have been triggered by it, there are specific treatment options for childhood eczema. For this post, Ines Cano Uribe shares some of the most common treatment options for childhood eczema to provide readers with information they can further discuss with their child’s doctor. […]

Ines Cano Uribe on the Best Way to Reduce Stress and Avoid Eczema Flare-ups

One of the triggers for eczema flare-ups is stress, which generally means emotional and mental stress. A child afflicted with the condition may also experience serious flare-ups when he or she is under stress. Ines Cano Uribe, a BSc Psychology student currently working on her degree validation at UOC, believes that a child goes through […]

Ines Cano Uribe Shares Tips on Helping a Child Cope with Eczema

Ines Cano Uribe, BSc Psychology, is particularly interested in helping kids cope with stress brought on by the changes generally associated with growing up—growing pains, in other words. She believes that by helping children navigate their emotions and understand their actions and knee-jerk reactions, they may be able to direct their anger, frustrations, or other […]

Ines Cano Uribe: 5 Things You Should Know About Eczema

In her latest blog entry, Ines Cano Uribe, BSc Psychology graduate, shares important things that parent, guardians and caregivers should know about eczema. The information shared here is solely for the purpose of providing a reference point for readers, and in no way should be considered as an alternative or replacement for proper medical evaluation […]

Ines Cano Uribe on the Emotional and Mental Impact of Living with Eczema

For BSc Pscyhology graduate Ines Cano Uribe, children who are afflicted with eczema or any other type of skin disease, are likely to feel self-conscious and isolated because they may feel that they are not like other normal kids. This is the main reason why Ines published this website—to provide some form of relief, support, […]

Blogging About Eczema

For Ines Cano Uribe, one great way to increase awareness and understanding of the plight of eczema throughout the world is through blogging. To this end, this section is devoted to inviting bloggers to share their own stories and solutions about eczema with other interested persons. In this opening blog, Ines Cano Uribe would like […]