How Severe is my Psoriasis?
Jashin J Wu, M.D., DermatologistOnCall physician and psoriasis expert, explains how to determine the severity of this chronic condition and how to use that information to make the most of your online dermatology visit.
Is it time to see the dermatologist about your sunburn?
Talking to your dermatologist about a sunburn can be embarrassing. Patients are often concerned about judgment from their doctor. While your dermatologist would prefer to see everyone practicing good, preventative suncare, they understand that mistakes happen, and they are here to help. Your dermatologist is ultimately concerned about your wellness and wants to help you before a situation becomes dangerous.
Fight skin cancer with your FSA
Your flexible spending account is a powerful tool for combatting skin cancer. With a variety of cancer-fighting products and services covered through this popular benefit, you can prevent and detect this condition without breaking the bank.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. As a part of our efforts to educate on the risks and realities of skin cancer, we're taking a closer look at melanoma.
Hyperhidrosis: a sticky, sweaty situation
Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is a medical condition that may lead to social anxiety. Dr. Greenfield discusses how to manage this condition so patients can best enjoy summer activities.
Top ten dermatology mistakes men make
Men and women have different concerns when caring for their skin, hair, and nails. Besides apparent differences like facial hair and male pattern baldness, testosterone causes men to have thicker, oilier skin than women. Men also have more and larger pores than women, have increased risk factors for skin irritation, and are more likely to develop skin cancer. Because of all this, the mistakes men often make when caring for their dermatologic health can differ from those women make.
The do's and don'ts of sunscreen
With beach vacations and bright summer days ahead, Dr. Melinda Greenfield shares her expert knowledge on selecting and applying sunscreen.
Lockdown, stress, and women's dermatologic health
It's been one year since the beginning of the pandemic. It's also been a year since new skin, nail, and scalp issues have cropped up for millions of ladies.
Healthy fats, healthy skin
Millennials are onto something; avocado toast might just be the secret to supple skin.
Treat acne today for clear skin this spring
After last week’s weather, we’re ready for warm weather and (socially distanced) time together.