Schweiger Dermatology Group
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Schweiger Dermatology Group - Broadway
1727 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Call: 212-203-0908
Manhattan Center for Dermatology


Category Archive for 'Eczema'

Dry skin is a common condition that nearly everyone, regardless of age, has experienced at some time. Dry skin develops from the loss of natural body oils and water in the cells on the top, outer layer of your skin. The results can be itchy, cracked, chapped, scaly, or red, bleeding skin. Manhattan Center for […]

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As colder weather finally arrives, many people will find the cold and dry weather challenging for their skin. Many skin conditions become more problematic as winter approaches. These may include rashes that are autoimmune, allergic, infectious, or irritant in nature. Many individuals have a tendency toward atopic dermatitis (AD) or eczema that worsens in the winter months. AD is […]

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Eczema, commonly referred to as Atopic Dermatitis, is a recurring skin rash primarily seen in babies and children. Many children outgrow eczema once they get a little older. However, there are teens and adults who suffer from this condition as well. Eczema is characterized by dry, itchy, swollen skin that often becomes red and scaly […]

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Eczema is a chronic itchy red rash that most frequently appears on elbows, knees and other places that bend on the body. It is often related to chronic dry skin and may be mistaken for dry skin but requires additional treatment. Scratching eczema can lead to bleeding, which increases the inflammation and may make the […]

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Eczema, also referred to as atopic dermatitis, causes the skin to become red and itchy. This condition can be a nuisance to deal with because it can cause severe itching and skin irritation. It can also cause brownish-gray or red patches to develop on the skin. Additionally, some people develop raised bumps that can crust […]

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Eczema is the name for a group of skin conditions that cause the skin to become inflamed and irritated. Eczema is most commonly caused by atopic dermatitis. This condition is usually inherited, which explains why eczema tends to run in families. Eczema is very common in infants. Around 20 percent of infants will develop eczema, […]

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Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a dermatological condition resulting in red, irritated and itchy skin. This condition is chronic and presents itself with periodic flare-ups. Eczema has no permanent cure though the relief of symptoms and the prevention of outbreaks can be improved with medical treatment. Eczema signs and symptoms are unique to […]

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It is simply amazing to read the list of things that a modern dermatological practice like Manhattan Dermatology & Laser Center can handle. From cancer and acne to stretch marks and toenail fungus, practices like this make a point of being a sort of “one stop” location for their patients. Proof that modern dermatology in […]

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Here are five reasons why you may want to consult a certified medical or cosmetic dermatologist to address your skin concerns: 1. A persistent rash which lasts for more than two weeks can signal a serious health problem.  A dermatologist can examine rashes and often pinpoint the cause.  If a rash or skin condition responds to […]

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Have you ever had an itchy rash somewhere on your skin?  Perhaps it was between your fingers or on your arm or leg?  If so, you might have had eczema.  Now, don’t worry – the word “eczema” is just a general term for “itchy rash.” According to the Institute of Health, it’s estimated that over […]

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