Skin Post: What You Should Know if You Are Taking The COVID-19 Vaccine

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Skin Post: What You Should Know if You Are Taking The COVID-19 Vaccine

For you to benefit from the COVID-19 vaccine, we recommend you to continue social distancing, good hygiene practices and optimize intake of essential vitamins and nutrients to boost your immune system”

— Stephanie C. Tardieu, MD

LARCHMONT, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, January 11, 2021 / — Skin Post: What you should know if you are taking the COVID-19 vaccine

With mass vaccination that started about 4 weeks ago, immunization is now the key component in the fight against COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus. If you are wondering whether you should get the vaccine, you are not alone. According to the Pew Research Center, the first week of December 2020, roughly 46% of Americans were on the fence and said that they might get the COVID-19 vaccine, but only after others got the vaccine and more information becomes available.

The first COVID-19 vaccine was administered to a nurse in New York City on the morning of December 14th, 2020. Since then, both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have been administered across the US, primarily to healthcare providers and frontline workers. So far, according to the CDC, about 9 million Americans have received one of these vaccines, as the rest of the United States and the rest of the world are watching and waiting for their turn to get the vaccine or wondering if they should get it.

According to the CDC, the main questions on most people’s minds still remain: Is the vaccine safe? and will it work? According to Dr. Stephanie C. Tardieu, a Women’s Health specialist and senior medical editor of Skin Post, “the article ‘What You Need To Know If You Are Taking The COVID-19 Vaccine’ provides the most up-to-date information currently available about these vaccines; it will empower those contemplating taking the vaccine with the knowledge to make an informed decision about whether they should take the vaccine or not.”

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-About Skin Post

We are a group of physicians (women’s health and skin care specialists) that created this blog designed for women of all ages. Skin Post publishes articles about skin care, women’s health, and living a healthy lifestyle to increase your knowledge and understanding of the technology behind skin health and 21st century skin care treatments.

Whether you are in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s or beyond, you are never too young or too old to start caring for your skin. Our blog offers you guidance and will teach you important skin care habits like how to cleanse your skin, the best skin care regimen for your age, how to clear your acne, and how to fade those dark spots on your face. On Skin Post you will also learn how to protect your skin from pollutants and UV rays, how to pick the best skin care products for your skin type and tips on how to slow down and optimize the aging process of your face. While taking a holistic and integrative approach to skin health, Skin Post’s goal is to guide both younger women and women of a certain age to achieve their healthiest, most radiant, and beautiful skin!
Skin Post will help you achieve better skin, better health and a better you.

-About Dr. Marie-Ange D. Tardieu

Since 1992, Dr. Tardieu has been at the forefront of providing skin care, dermatological and cosmetic surgery, as well as other transformative services to patients in Westchester and the New York Metropolitan areas.

She is the medical director of Anoki Skin Clinic with clinics located in Larchmont, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Brooklyn. Dr. Tardieu’s mission is to teach her patients how to reach their personal best in optimal health and beauty. After more than a decade in practice, she proceeded to study the science and practice of anti-aging medicine. She is the president of The Body Image Institute of New York established in 2006 for the promotion of a positive and healthy body image and the prevention of overweight and obesity among American teenagers.

Dr. Tardieu earned her M.D. degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York. She trained as an intern in general surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and as a resident at both Montefiore Medical Center and Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx. She did a Burn/ Wound, and Surgical ICU Fellowship at Jacobi Hospital in New York. She subsequently received her training in plastic surgery at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington D.C.

As a skin care, cosmetic surgeon and body image expert, Dr. Tardieu has taught medical students, nurses, and other physicians about skin care, dermatological, cosmetic and reconstructive surgical and medical treatments in the US, Europe, South America, and the Caribbean.
She also is a medical historian, who has traveled widely to learn about the science and art of medicine as practiced throughout the world during ancient and medieval times as well as in the modern era. In addition to her busy practice in the US, during the past 20 years, Dr. Tardieu has provided free reconstructive surgery to children living in South America and the Caribbean who have been afflicted with facial and body deformities. Her philanthropic work abroad has been featured in The New York Times and in other media.

Dr. Tardieu has written about the history of medicine and is the author of The Elements of Size: issues in Body Image, Overweight, Obesity and the Mediterranean Diet, and of The Journey to Einstein: Jewish Doctors in History. Her other book, Doctors and Nurses in History, is currently in print. She is a member of the faculty of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She had served as historian and vice-president for the Albert Einstein Alumni Association and is a member of its Board of Governors.

About Dr. Stephanie C. Tardieu (Dr. Steph)

Dr. Stephanie C. Tardieu (Dr. Steph), is the senior editor of Skin Post, Division of Women’s Health. She earned her medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the North Shore University Hospital/Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, serving as the Academic Chief Resident. Her areas of special interest include pediatric and adolescent gynecology, women’s health advocacy as well as minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. She is currently on the faculty at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Dr. Tardieu has been on the editorial staff of the Campus, Medscape, British Medical Journal, and Web MD. She has published a number of health-related articles and medical papers and abstracts in the literature. She is a member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, and the North American Society of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecologists where she serves on the Education Committee. She earned her International and French Baccalaureate at The Lycée Français de New York. She is fluent in English, French, Haitian Creole and is conversant in Spanish.

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