How do you keep your practice up to date with a constantly changing medical world? I am constantly involved in several clinical research projects, clinical trials and often present my work at national and international medical conferences. I am extremely fortunate to be a member of Committee of Surgical Innovation (CSI) of the Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary... Read More
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Manhattan-based dermatologist Dr. Michael Lorin Reed knows that around 30 million women suffer the frustrations of hair loss. Reed, director of the NYU hair loss clinic, hair transplant clinic, and author of Women’s Hair Loss: The Hidden Epidemic has identified three conditions that cause hair loss (every woman should know about these). He shared information... Read More
Tracy Anderson is formally branding the content that has left celebrities and aspiring starlets clamoring for fitness secrets. The famed celeb trainer recently announced that her fitness brand will exhibit at Avanstar’s Licensing Expo, the world’s most well-known character, brand, and art licensing event. Are you ready to break a sweat? Anderson tells The Sacramento... Read More
Demi Moore and Katy Perry have hopped on one of Hollywood’s latest celebrity diet trends: green coffee-extract pills. Wondering what exactly this hot new health kick entails? While coffee beans often lead us out of our mid-afternoon slump in the form of espresso, Frappuccino’s, and skinny vanilla latte’s, the extract of unripe coffee beans contain... Read More
We all know that feeling…you know, that moment where those cupcakes, gummies, and chocolates literally scream your name. Sadly, it turns out that candy isn’t the only way we’re ingesting mass amounts of sugar…it’s in lots of foods we eat every day, and most don’t give it a second thought. Sugar composes over a third... Read More
Dr. Michael Lorin Reed is a board certified Manhattan-based dermatologist in private practice since 1978. His professional expertise is in general dermatology with a subspecialty in the medical and surgical treatment of hair and scalp disorders. He has served on the faculty of New York University for over 25 years as a Professor of Clinical Dermatology where he has directed the NYU hair loss clinic and the NYU hair transplant clinic. He has lectured and published extensively on the subject of skin and hair disorders.
Dr. Lefkovits is Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and is Co-Director of the Mount Sinai Dermatological Cosmetic Surgery Program. He is also on the Medical Editorial Advisory Board of “Healthy Aging”, a member of the national educational faculty for Botox® and is member of the Medical Advisory Council of The Skin Cancer Foundation.