In The Press


21Dec

Είμαι πολύ υπερήφανη που βοηθώ τους ανθρώπους

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10Mar

365 Days of Sun Protection Basics

By Sabrina Bucklin Whether you want to admit it or not, the summer is close to closing in on us! Hopefully many of you were able to enjoy some time off and were able to keep cool. There still might be a few sunshiny and maybe even some HOT temperatures headed our way! My latest interview with Dermatologist Dr. Paraskevas discusses the importance of following […]

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9Mar

GUNAIKA article featuring Rose Dermatology

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8Mar

On skin safety during the summer months:

By Lilly-Rose Paraskevas, MD Summer brings with it new challenges for your skin. The most important thing to do is to avoid sunburn. UV radiation is a known carcinogen and sunburns are associated with an increased risk of malignant melanoma, a potentially life-threatening cancer. UV radiation is also responsible for sun-related aging of the skin and wrinkle formation. Remember to apply sunscreen before you leave […]

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7Mar

Why Eczema Seems to Flare In the Fall

By Lilly-Rose Paraskevas, MD Eczema is a chronic and temperamental condition. It comes and goes and its course often depends on environmental exposures. The weather plays a big role. Some people’s eczema gets worse in the summer as they sweat more, because sweat can irritate the skin. For most people with eczema, though, the cold, dry weather dries out their skin, which causes their eczema […]

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6Mar

Stretch mark treatments:

By Lilly-Rose Paraskevas, MD Stretch marks, or striae, are a defect in connective tissue caused by rapid changes in skin tension, usually weight loss or weight gain. They are a lot like scars, devoid of hair and other skin appendages that normal skin has. There isn’t one good treatment for stretch marks, and studies looking at this problem are usually small in size, although some […]

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5Mar

Emergency Dermatology

Outside dermatology, the term “dermatologic emergency” is often regarded as an oxymoron. Unless a patient’s skin is sloughing off — as in Stevens-Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis — a dermatologist is not typically the first physician called when a patient presents in the emergency room. Yet, according to Ronni Wolf, MD, there are such emergencies, which are “best categorized into primary skin diseases and severe systemic […]

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