Dermatology News

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Even if you’ve never played a sport, you’ve probably dealt with athlete’s foot. But this fungus-caused skin condition – so named for its spread in athletic locker rooms and communal showers – is easily treated and prevented, according to Jennifer Wong, PA-C.

There are many more proven uses for Botox®. Its use for cosmetic purposes also extends well beyond the treatment of forehead wrinkles in this article written by Advanced Dermatology’s Cybele Fishman, MD.

Cybele Fishman, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist agrees that paying attention to physical symptoms, lifestyle challenges, and her overall mental health between appointments gives your provider a complete picture of Psoriasis.

The helix piercing — which is made on the upper or outer cartilage of the ear — has become an increasingly trendy choice, but has one of the highest rates of infection of any body piercings. Suzanne Friedler, MD, a board-certified dermatologist comments on this.

salicylic acid

There’s more than one solution for getting rid of acne, but one tried-and-true method is to use an ingredient called salicylic acid. To explain why, we consulted Suzanne Friedler, MD, a board-certified dermatologist.

Psoriasis can keep people from participating in activities they’d otherwise enjoy, says Suzanne Friedler, MD, a New York-based board-certified dermatologist.  Therapy, if you have access — can be incredibly helpful, according to experts.

Dr. Suzanne Friedler, a board-certified dermatologist explains how humidity affects the skin and when to recognize the signs of dehydration.

Dr. Suzanne Friedler, a board-certified dermatologist explains the skin treatment called “slugging,” or applying a layer of petroleum jelly to the skin to prevent moisture loss.

“Varicose veins may cause significant pain, swelling, and other symptoms as well as emotional distress,” explains John F. Gallagher, MD, a board-certified vascular surgeon.

Dermatologist Suzanne Friedler, MD notes that you don’t have to treat your stretch marks. But for those who wish to be more proactive about potentially banishing or fading them, several treatment options exist – including home remedies and in-office techniques.

Jing Bai Qin, MD explains Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is when you have numbness and tingling in the hand and arm caused by a pinched nerve in the wrist – but never fear, treatment is available! Join us as we learn what causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and how it’s treated with Jing Bai Qin, MD!

John F. Gallagher, MD, is a board-certified general and vascular surgeon with more than 30 years of experience treating varicose veins identifying the causes and symptoms, and the best way to treat this common ailment.

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