After many years of practice, I am finding that money makes people Yelp, while the real issue is health insurance fraud. Money-related matters seem to be the biggest irritant for health care consumers these days. Are you surprised? Times are hard. Notwithstanding, manifestations of the irritation seem to be finding their way, more and more,..Read More »
Are you a new mother or do you know a new mother? Check out The MommyMD Guide to Your Baby’s First Year. It is a wonderful collection of tips from mothers who are also doctors. Instead of advice from just one author, it provides tips from 70 doctors/mothers. Although my daughter is beyond her first..Read More »
Aglow Dermatology had a fun-filled weekend at the WBLS Circle of Sisters expo this past weekend. In addtion to passing out information about dermatology and our services to thousands of women, and a few men, our table had visits from many of our current patients and business associates. We also had the opportunity to visit..Read More »
Acne vulgaris is a multi-factorial (meaning a lot of different things cause it), inflammatory skin disease. Antibiotics have been an important part of acne treatment for decades. Acne, however, is not an infection. This makes many people ponder the questions, if acne is not an infection, then why do we treat it with antibiotics? Bacteria..Read More »
Are you interested in knowing what a panel of experts has to say about the common skin condition acne rosacea? Check out Dr. Strachans comments on the Everyday Health Rosacea expert panel: http://www.everydayhealth.com/rosacea/expert-answers-on-rosacea.aspx
pay only $75.00 for a $275.00 credit toward cosmetic services Use this special toward any ot the services below and save $200.00 off the price of the treatment you choose: Botox (20 units and up) for frown lines Juvederm UP treatment for smile lines and more Vi Peel for acne, dark spots, fine lines, dull..Read More »
Ill admit itwhen it comes to the health benefits of coffee, the elixir of the gods, I am happy to spread the word about its health benefits. Now there is bench research about how caffeine prevents skin cancer. Check out my intereview from yesterday on Good Morning America: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/video/coffee-cancer-14327647
The woman pictured above came in complaining of hair loss in a spot over a six-month period. A biopsy confirmed a diagnosis of discoid lupus erythematousan autoimmune disease. The diagnosis could have been made six years earlier, however, if the patient had realized that her hair dye was not the cause of the discoloration in..Read More »
When it comes to acne no one is immune. Pimples pop up even in Hollywood. Check out Dr. Strachans quotes about adult female acne on the Hollybaby website: http://www.hollybaby.com/2011/07/28/teen-mom-maci-bookout-acne/
Five things you may not know about basal cell carcinoma (BCC) Musings of a NYC dermatologist 1. Basal cell carcinoma is the most common skin cancer 2.Basal cell carcinoma is less likely to spread than other cancersbut it should still be treated. 3. Basal cell carcinomas may look different on people with dark skin. More..Read More »
We're moving September 1st, 2020!
150 E 37th Street
Office Unit C
New York, New York 10016.