Dr. Doris Day, MD

Bio

I am Dr. Doris Day, a Sharecare expert, and I believe in looking your best at any age, with the most conservative, personalized, and gentle approach. My office is geared to offer the the highest quality care and the most advanced technology in cosmetic & laser treatments. In my practice I strive to take care of the whole person and every patient matters to me.

Specialties:

Affiliation:

  • NYU Langone Medical Center

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  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Some of the most pleasurable and beneficial forms of exercise also expose your skin to the damaging effects of the elements. If you are a skier, a swimmer, or anyone who engages in outdoor activity, you need to take every precaution to protect your skin. Slather on the sunblock and reapply every couple of hours....Read More
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    TUESDAY, March 24, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- If you plan to exfoliate, get some professional advice first, a dermatologist suggests.

    "Before you exfoliate, you really need to understand your skin and skin type," Dr. Mary Lupo, a clinical professor of dermatology at Tulane University School...Full Article

  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    A very effective use of Botox recently approved by the FDA is the control of hyperhydrosis, which is excessive sweating of the hands, feet, and underarms. Excessive sweating is probably one of the least discussed problems even though the condition has had a huge impact on the lives of so many people. Most su...Read More
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    TUESDAY, March 24, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Sprains and fractures aren't the only hazards athletes face. Certain skin problems are also common among sports enthusiasts.

    The five skin conditions most often seen in athletes are blisters; turf burn (abrasions from falls on an artificial surf...Full Article

  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    This remarkable technology dramatically reverses the effects of aging and sun damage.
    The most common indications for laser treatments include:
     
    1. improvement of skin texture
    2. removal of age spots ('liver' spots, sun spots, brown marks)
    3. treatment of broken blood vessels (telangiectasia)
    ...Read More
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    FRIDAY, March 20, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Many acne patients do not take all their recommended medications, a small new study suggests.

    Researchers surveyed 143 acne patients and found that 27 percent of them did not obtain or use all of the prescription and over-the-counter products sug...Full Article

  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Your skin protects you from physical and chemical assaults from the outside world. Two of the skin’s layers, the hypodermis and the dermis, absorb shock and help you keep from getting too cold. Your skin also has blood vessels that help oxygen and nutrition reach the upper layers of the skin, nerve endings...Read More
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    FRIDAY, March 20, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- While most white people who develop skin cancer are older men, the reverse is true in Asian and Hispanic populations, a new study suggests.

    Researchers contend that shifting preferences for tanning among Asians and Hispanics in the United States ...Full Article

  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Isometric exercises involve contractions that generate force against resistance. A common example is pressing your hands against a brick wall. However, any contraction of a muscle that is held for several seconds and then released follows the same principle as pushing against an outside force. This...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    The more simple sugars you eat, such as in candy, the faster the sugar ends up in your bloodstream and the more insulin gets released to control it. First, the sugar is converted to glucose. What happens next is that the increased levels of insulin by the body as it tries to regulate the blood sugar...Read More
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    FRIDAY, March 13, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- The first genetic factors associated with the skin disorder rosacea have been identified by researchers.

    More than 16 million people in the United States have rosacea, an incurable skin condition that causes symptoms such as redness, visible bloo...Full Article

  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Good posture is good for all of your organs including your skin, and it promotes good circulation.
     
    • While sitting down with your legs straight in front of you, sit up as straight as possible by pressing your erector spinae and latissimus dorsi forward. You should be able to feel the bones at
    ...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    Over-the-counter antiperspirants usually prove ineffective for hyperhydrosis sufferers. However, several prescription treatments are available. One is a prescription topical antiperspirant such as Drysol which is a higher concentration of the same active ingredient found in over-the-counter antip...Read More
  • Doris Day, MD - New York, NY - Dermatology
    Doris Day, MD answered:
    There are four types of rosacea. The mildest type simply consists of occasional redness of the face, especially the forehead, central face and chin. In the second type, there is lasting redness with broken blood vessels, called telangiectasia, and red bumps that look like acne. In a more severe,...Read More
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    WEDNESDAY, March 4, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Eczema isn't just a painful, chronic problem for many -- it's a big drain on the pocketbook, too, a new study finds.

    Researchers at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago report that adults with eczema have higher health...Full Article