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Press Coverage

View where Dr. Michele Green has been interviewed and featured in various newspapers, magazines, blogs, publications and more in our press section. With quotes in mainstream media and within the medical industry you can find out more about Dr. Green and her NYC based cosmetic dermatology office here.

Fox 5 News Talks with Dr. Michele Green About Dry Winter Skin

frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture” allowfullscreen> Fox 5 News talks with Dr. Green about the cold weather and dry skin Well, the really cold dry weather hasn’t hit yet, but get ready, it’s coming. And when it does, many of us will be faced with the seasonal dilemma of winter skin. Dryness, cracking, and…

Banana Boat Recalls Sunscreen Due to Fire Risk – Huffington Post

“From The Huffington Post we’ve learned about a rare but serious problem of fire risk from some of your favorite Banana Boat sunscreen products, including Ultra Mist Sport, Ultra Defense and UltraMist Kids. Labels warn us to keep these products away from sources of ignition – no smoking! – but most of us don’t pay…

Could Bacteria in Skin Mites Help Cause Rosacea?

“From U.S. News & World Report comes news about research into bacteria carried by tiny mites on the skin that may be responsible for the common dermatological condition, rosacea. If the theory proves true, new and better treatments for rosacea may be on the way, according to a review published in the Journal of Medical…

A Common Virus May Zap Zits

Could there be a virus to zap zits? Newsmax has a report from California researchers who have taken a step toward finding out with their discovery that a harmless virus already living on your skin has the power to seek out and destroy bacteria that can cause acne. “Harnessing the power of this virus –…

www.SkinCancer.org Ask the Expert

Dr. Michele S. Green joins other dermatologists on this site to help you better understand the skin you’re in. With more knowledge you can follow the best skin care regimen to prevent or treat common dermatological problems that could lead to skin cancer https://www.michelegreenmd.com/medical/skin-cancer-treatment/ . “The Skin Cancer Foundation is the only international organization devoted…

Dr. Michele S. Green answers questions in Avenue Magazine

https://www.michelegreenmd.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/081AVE0712.pdf In this Avenue article dermatologist Dr. Michele S Green answers some of your questions about summer skin and how to keep that healthy glow all year. “Your nose is most vulnerable to rosacea and skin cancer, so always use an SPF 30 sunblock with UVA and UVB protection. Laser hair removal https://www.michelegreenmd.com/services/laser-hair-removal is also…

Beauty Diaries in Bazaar Magazine

“Bazaar’s Beauty Diaries column shares with us the tricks and products fashionable women use for looking wonderful! Here we meet a young New Yorker who is the brains behind two web start-ups, spins for exclusive parties at night, and makes time for boxing classes, acupuncture and facials. “ “This 24-year-old entrepreneur shares her secrets for…

Dr. Michele S. Green, Leading Dermatologist”

https://www.michelegreenmd.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/077AVE0612.pdf “Summer is here and dermatologist Michele S. Green, MD, has some tips to protect your skin from the harmful rays. Dr. Green’s patients are coming in for an exciting new body sculpting technique that actually freezes the fat in a non-invasive and painless one-hour procedure, leaving you ready for bathing suit season.” “Also important…

Sun & Skin News – Melanoma Soars Among Young Adults

“The Skin Cancer Foundation and dermatologists including Dr. Michele S. Green are paying close attention to the surge in melanoma cases among young adults, ages 18 to 39. Rates of this potentially deadly skin cancer have climbed by 800 percent among young women and 400 percent among young men in the past 40 years. Indoor…

Skin Cell Transplant May Offer New Hope to Vitiligo Patients

“New research finds that skin cell transplants can restore pigment to the skin of some patients with the disorder known as vitiligo. Vitiligo is a skin condition in which melanocytes, or the cells in skin that produce pigment, are destroyed. The result is the skin loses color, often in patches. Vitiligo affects about one in…

School Sunscreen Policy Blamed for Sending Two Girls to the Hospital – NY Daily News

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/school-sunscreen-policy-blamed-sending-girls-hospital-article-1.1101567 “The New York Daily News reported that two girls brought into a hospital with severe sunburn had been forbidden by their school to apply sunscreen during an outdoor field day. Sisters Violet, 11, and Zoe, 9, sported “hurts-to-look-at” burns after spending five hours outdoors with no protection, according to their mom. “ “Children cannot…

How to Protect Babies from the Summer Sun – LiveScience

“Live Science and Dr. Michele S. Green can advise you on how to take good care of your baby with effective protection from the summer sun. Dr. Green, dermatologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, reminds us that sunscreens are not tested on infants, so no one knows what side effects their chemicals might…

Carol Hamilton’s Favorite NYC Dermatologist

“WWDTuesday has the latest Carol Hamilton Favorites – and guess what! Dr. Michele S. Green is her favorite Manhattan dermatologist. For anyone who doesn’t know already Carol Hamilton is the powerhouse president of L’Oréal Luxe USA and one of the beauty industry’s most respected executives. Since joining the French cosmetics giant, she has built its…

Study Shows New Melanoma Drug Prolongs Survival – FDA Approved – CBS News

“The FDA has approved a new drug for melanoma that has proven effective in fighting the cancer and prolonging survival rates, reports CBS News. “ Dr. Michele S. Green screens every patient for melanoma and counsels aggressive protection with SPF and protective clothing when spending time in the sun. Check here https://www.michelegreenmd.com/medical/skin-cancer-treatment to learn about…

Melanoma Patients Treated with Their Own Tumor-Fighting Cells

“A man with metastatic melanoma, who was predicted to live four months, has lived for three years and is still in remission, following an experimental treatment for the deadly skin cancer, a new study reports. The findings suggest giving melanoma patients an extra dose of their own tumor-fighting cells may be a way to combat…

Preventing Skin Cancer in Youths: Appeal to Vanity

“WebMD reports on a health task force that counsels doctors to use appearance-based approaches for fair-skinned youth – a recommendation supported by Michele S. Green, MD. She treats patients with skin cancer as young as 7, and knows that many patients don’t use sun protection.” “Appealing to a young person’s vanity by talking about the…

All Clear: The Best New Solutions for Reversing Sun Damage – Vogue Magazine

In this exciting Vogue article the stars of a dermatologist’s office are the Fraxel Dual Laser, which targets dark spots with pinpoint beams of energy, and the Clear + Brilliant, a gentle laser ideal for those with less severe sun damage. “I wish I had invented the thing,” Upper East Side dermatologist Michele S. Green,…

Taking Medicine For Acne Could Lead To Sore Throat

“Many people with acne are on long-term antibiotics, and a new study shows that taking them is associated with sore throats, reports Today’s THV11. University of Pennsylvania researchers found that people treated with oral antibiotics got sore throats about three times more often than people who were not taking antibiotics.” “Dr. Michele S. Green, with…

Psoriasis Treatment’s Convenience May be Key for Patients

“Many people with psoriasis put a higher value on a treatment that suits their lifestyle than on out-of-pocket costs, a new German study finds. According to U.S. News & World Report, management of psoriasis can be complicated, with light-based therapy, creams, pills or systemic medications given by injection or intravenously.” “Treatment doesn’t work if you…

US News & World Report – Use Vanity to Reduce Young People’s Sun Exposure: Task Force

“Young people are not concerned, for the most part, with their own mortality. The idea of ‘cancer’ seems miles away and not a consequence of their actions today, observes dermatologist Dr. Michele S. Green in this article from U.S. News & World Report. She finds this is particularly true for tanning and other risky behaviors…

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