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Adult eczema associated with increased risk of injury

October 30, 2014

Researchers found a correlation between adult eczema and an increased risk of injury, particularly fracture and bone or joint injury.

Using the 2012 National Health Interview Survey to compose a prospective, questionnaire-based study, researchers assessed a nationally representative sample of 34,500 adults with a history of eczema during the previous 12 months. Study outcomes included history or facture and bone or joint (FBJI) and other injury that resulted in limitation.

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