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3 ways going to dermatologists save and makes you money! – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

These days we hear a lot about health care cost, but what about the ways going to the right doctor can save, or even make, YOU money? Although much information is easily available on the internet, we sometimes forget that training and experience are also part of the equation of what makes that information meaningful …

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A five year-old dermatologist? -Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

I am reposting my very first blog post that somehow has disappeared from the archives. My daughter is almost 11 years old now–and she knows the difference between being a dermatologist and just saying one is one. It seems this post is still relevant today. Enjoy! #tbt “I’m a dermatologist!” shouts my precocious five-year old …

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Upgrading Your Emotional Operating System by Joe Nunziata (guest post) – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

I’m so excited to have my first ever guest post on this blog. There is a poster in one of my examination rooms about acne.   It advises to “Keep stress levels down.”  One of my patients, who had been reading the poster before I walked in, stopped me as I was about to leave …

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Insurance and your doctor – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

One of the things many doctors who participate in health insurance dread is the month of January.  January is the time when health insurance deductibles get set back to zero.  Doctors have to send out bills to their insured patients.  Unhappy interactions sometimes ensue.  I had the opportunity to guest blog on a well-known, national, …

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Inclusion in healthcare–What about Generation X? – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

At Aglow Dermatology, we pride ourselves on being skilled at meeting the dermatology needs of patients of all skin types.  We may not be able to help with everything, but we try to be as inclusive a possible.  We are aware of diversity.  I cannot say that this is true everywhere in healthcare.  I am …

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Are you loving yourself or abandoning yourself when you come to the doctor’s office? – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

As a doctor, people often reach out to me for assistance. Getting help from some one who is more expert in a particular area is excellent self care. I have noticed over the years, however, that some are seeking my help in self love and others in self abandonment. People who self abandon don’t engage …

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#31/31 Days of Giving – The Highline – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

This is the fabulous Aglow Dermatology team enjoying high tea yesterday afternoon at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel. What a lovely occasion and spectacular view. We were celebrating our success at bringing excellent dermatological care to our amazing patients in 2015. We were also celebrating our lovely Nicole’s birthday. Sometimes one just has to take a …

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#30/31 Days of Giving- Children’s Skin Disease Foundation – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

Unlike other conditions, skin, hair and nail diseases often are not private. Having a skin disease can be socially isolating and effect a person’s self esteem. This is especially true when one is a child. The Children’s Skin Disease foundation addresses these challenges by raising public awareness about these conditions and providing resources to affected …

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