I. Attention Getter- Have you ever wonder why some people have dry, red, itchy patches on their skins? Most of the time its cause by this skin condition called Eczema. II. Brief Introduction- Eczema is “A chronic, itchy inflammation of the skin that may coincide with allergic responses and asthma. Eczema occurs most often and more severely among young children. More than 90 percent of people with eczema have it before age 5, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Below is a brief overview of the causes, symptoms and treatments, plus links to more information.” (Live.com) III. Establish of Credibility- United States population studied 17.1 % state that four eczematous symptoms empirically defined eczema was found in in 10.7 % and empirically defined AD was found in 6%. Prevalence decreased with increasing income. Approximately two-thirds of individuals with an empirical diagnosis of eczema or AD had moderate to severe symptoms, one-third had sleep disturbances, and one-quarter had chronic unremitting symptoms. Just over one-third (37.1%) of those with symptoms reported a physician diagnosis. Peak onset for empirical AD occurred in the group of subjects aged ≤ 5 years. For empirical eczema, peak onset occurred in the group aged 18 to 29 years, and comorbid asthma and hay fever/allergic rhinitis were more prevalent.( medscape.com) IV. Thesis Statement- Eczema is a skin condition in which the patches become reddish bumps that inflames with itchy bleeding blisters. Theirs treatment for this skin condition but theirs no cur for it. V. Preview Statement- To have a better understanding of eczema I am first going to explain how you could get eczema, what to do when its in really bad condition and the treatments they have for it.
I. Main Point 1- Causes of Eczema
A. Supporting Point- Eczema isn’t a type of disease that started from no where. Doctors don’t know what causes Eczema. Although we don know what type of...
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