How can you protect yourself from harmful UV rays and also protect our coral reefs? The NY Times recently published an article “Most Sunscreens Can Harm Coral Reefs. What Should Travelers Do?” warning of the growing concern that the increased presence of chemicals from our sunscreens (oxybenzone) may be harming the oceanic environment. What type… Read More
No one is immune to the deadly form of skin cancer, Melanoma. Awareness and Early detection are the best forms of defense. Make sure to book your annual skin exam with a Board Certified Dermatologist today! http://www.skincancer.org/news/melanoma/marley
Today is Melanoma Monday, the first Monday of May kicking off Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. Early detection and daily prevention are needed to fight the battle against all skin cancers and especially the most lethal form, Melanoma. As May brings warm weather and increased Sunshine, we must stay diligent in applying SPF regularly… Read More
Studies have found that coffee consumption can be preventative when it comes to skin cancer. In some cases, coffee consumption lowered the risk of Melanoma. “Drinking four or more cups of coffee was associated with a 20 percent risk reduction compared with those who drank none” As always, applying SPF, wearing UV protective clothing, and… Read More
http://www.chron.com/news/health/article/Pediatric-melanoma-a-growing-occurrence-5424359.php May is skin cancer awareness month…don’t forget to use sunscreen and schedule your skin cancer screening appointment with our Board Certified Dermatologists. Call today 201-265-1300 X 5.
It’s a New Year… don’t forget your body check for skin cancer screening. Call today 201-265-1300 X 5
The government is open again! Don’t forget to Take good care of yourself and schedule your skin cancer screening today!
Skin Cancer Foundation Fact: Basal cell carcinoma is the most common form of skin cancer; an estimated 2.8 million are diagnosed annually in the US. BCCs are rarely fatal, but can be highly disfiguring if allowed to grow. Start off 2013 right by coming into the office for your skin cancer screening! Skin Cancer Foundation… Read More
Dr. Rebecca Baxt recently appeared on Fox’s ‘Good Day New York’ as a medical expert discussing the serious dangers of tanning and sun harmful rays as well as the importance of proper sunblock use. In honor of this great clip we are offering our patients 10% off of sunscreen when you mention this email! Summer… Read More
We agree with the Wall Street Journal article that people don’t use enough sunscreen! Spring and sun are here so be prepared. Use an SPF of at least 30 daily, reapply frequently and make sure it is a good broad spectrum sunscreen. See your dermatologist for a skin cancer screening. Be sun safe!