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Beating the itch Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

Imagine that you wake up one morning to find yourself covered from head to toe in insect bites that itch like mad. Every time you scratch them, they get itchier, so you scratch them again, making it worse.
You can't hold conversation or sleep, concentrate on TV or anything because you are scratching all time.

After while, your skin becomes red and inflamed. In places, skin is broken and soon becomes infected and weepy. There is blood on your clothes and under your finger nails and still nothing stops itching.

People stare at you in street. They don't like to come too close in case they catch whatever it is you've got.

There's only one scenario worse. Imagine if all this were happening to your child.

This is exactly what life is like for children who suffer from severe eczema.

Around 15 per cent of all school children have eczema so, in typical class, up to five pupils will be affected.

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