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NBC New York
NYC Medical Schools Seek Teens in Diversity Initiativemore diverse. "Some of these young people just don't have those opportunities,
NYC Medical Schools Seek Teens in Diversity Initiative
NBC New York / Posted 2 days ago
more diverse. "Some of these young people just don't have those opportunities," said Nilda I. Soto, assistant dean at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. "They don't have the role models." Bryan first got to shadow a doctor in a hospital... Read more
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Newsmax
Life Can Be Healthy Past 90disease is not an inevitable part of aging," said Dr. Sofiya Milman, an assista
Life Can Be Healthy Past 90
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
disease is not an inevitable part of aging," said Dr. Sofiya Milman, an assistant professor of medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. "An extended period of good health can accompany a long life span and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New home-based intervention aims to improve health outcomes of children of South Asian immigrantsby poverty, they are at high risk for health problems. And these risks extend t
New home-based intervention aims to improve health outcomes of children of South Asian immigrants
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 days ago
by poverty, they are at high risk for health problems. And these risks extend to their young children. Now, researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore have received a $3.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Fair Lawn man’s invention may help millions of diabeticspotent anti-inflammatory properties. Personalized medicine Over the course of
Fair Lawn man’s invention may help millions of diabetics
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
potent anti-inflammatory properties. Personalized medicine Over the course of his career — he received his Ph.D. from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1987 — Loewy said he has created five start-up companies, commercialized products that... Read more
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International Business Times
Centenarians remain healthy until very last years of their lives people struggle with an ever-increasing burden of disease and disability as the
Centenarians remain healthy until very last years of their lives
International Business Times / Posted 12 days ago
people struggle with an ever-increasing burden of disease and disability as they age," said study leader Nir Barzilai, from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. "But we found that those who live exceptionally long lives have the additional benefit... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Scientists made an online calculator that tells you your ‘fitness age' — and you can try it right nowregularly, the chances of getting sick and dying at an earlier age lessen, said
Scientists made an online calculator that tells you your ‘fitness age' — and you can try it right now
Stamford Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
regularly, the chances of getting sick and dying at an earlier age lessen, said Dr. Amy Ehrlich, a geriatrician at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. According to a Gallup survey, about 28% of people the US are obese and 35.6% are... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Scientists made an online calculator that tells you your ‘fitness age' — and you can try it right nowregularly, the chances of getting sick and dying at an earlier age lessen, said
Scientists made an online calculator that tells you your ‘fitness age' — and you can try it right now
Connecticut Post / Posted 14 days ago
regularly, the chances of getting sick and dying at an earlier age lessen, said Dr. Amy Ehrlich, a geriatrician at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. According to a Gallup survey, about 28% of people the US are obese and 35.6% are... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Scientists made an online calculator that tells you your ‘fitness age' — and you can try it right nowregularly, the chances of getting sick and dying at an earlier age lessen, said
Scientists made an online calculator that tells you your ‘fitness age' — and you can try it right now
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
regularly, the chances of getting sick and dying at an earlier age lessen, said Dr. Amy Ehrlich, a geriatrician at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. According to a Gallup survey, about 28% of people the US are obese and 35.6% are... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Hope Still Races Ahead Of Evidence In Magnet Treatment For Autismand depression," Eric Hollander, director of the Autism and OCD Spectrum Progra
Hope Still Races Ahead Of Evidence In Magnet Treatment For Autism
KERA North Texas / Posted 14 days ago
and depression," Eric Hollander, director of the Autism and OCD Spectrum Program at Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, says. "And we've had good luck in terms of reducing the severity of some... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Hope Still Races Ahead Of Evidence In Magnet Treatment For Autismand depression," Eric Hollander, director of the Autism and OCD Spectrum Progra
Hope Still Races Ahead Of Evidence In Magnet Treatment For Autism
KPBS San Diego / Posted 14 days ago
and depression," Eric Hollander, director of the Autism and OCD Spectrum Program at Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, says. "And we've had good luck in terms of reducing the severity of some... Read more
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Medical News Today
Centenarians' extra years are mostly healthy onestaking part in two ongoing longevity studies. Led by Nir Barzilai - a professo
Centenarians' extra years are mostly healthy ones
Medical News Today / Posted 15 days ago
taking part in two ongoing longevity studies. Led by Nir Barzilai - a professor of medicine and of genetics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, NY - they report their findings in the Journal of the American Geriatrics... Read more
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The Forward
The Scariest Thing About the Infection That Almost Killed Sarah Silvermanwhere doctors miss the diagnosis,” said Dr. Marvin Fried, chairman of otorhinol
The Scariest Thing About the Infection That Almost Killed Sarah Silverman
The Forward / Posted 16 days ago
where doctors miss the diagnosis,” said Dr. Marvin Fried, chairman of otorhinolaryngology at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. “The difficulty with this is that patients complain of difficulty... Read more
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The Forward
What’s the Scariest Thing About the Infection That Almost Killed Sarah Silverman?where doctors miss the diagnosis,” said Dr. Marvin Fried, chairman of otorhinol
What’s the Scariest Thing About the Infection That Almost Killed Sarah Silverman?
The Forward / Posted 16 days ago
where doctors miss the diagnosis,” said Dr. Marvin Fried, chairman of otorhinolaryngology at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. “The difficulty with this is that patients complain of difficulty... Read more
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FOX News
Growing up with sensory processing disordera symptom of other ailments like autism or ADHD. Sophie Molholm, an associate
Growing up with sensory processing disorder
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
a symptom of other ailments like autism or ADHD. Sophie Molholm, an associate professor of pediatrics and neuroscience at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, has been working on new research with a group of pure-SPD types (those who... Read more
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New Kerala
Living longer linked to shorter period of illness - newkerala.com #86973with an ever-increasing burden of disease and disability as they age," said stu
Living longer linked to shorter period of illness - newkerala.com #86973
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
with an ever-increasing burden of disease and disability as they age," said study leader Nir Barzilai, Professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. "But we found that those who live exceptionally long lives have the... Read more
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The Financial Express
The longer you live, the healthier you are(Representational Image: Reuters) A new study of centenarians has linked livin
The longer you live, the healthier you are
The Financial Express / Posted 17 days ago
(Representational Image: Reuters) A new study of centenarians has linked living longer to living healthier. In the Albert Einstein College of Medicine study of nearly 3,000 people, the onset of illness came decades later in life for... Read more
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New Kerala
The longer you live, the healthier you are - newkerala.com #86523Washington D.C, Jul 6 : A new study of centenarians has linked living longer to
The longer you live, the healthier you are - newkerala.com #86523
New Kerala / Posted 17 days ago
Washington D.C, Jul 6 : A new study of centenarians has linked living longer to living healthier. In the Albert Einstein College of Medicine study of nearly 3,000 people, the onset of illness came decades later in life for centenarians than for their... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
The longer you live, the healthier you areWashington: A new study of centenarians has linked living longer to living heal
The longer you live, the healthier you are
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
Washington: A new study of centenarians has linked living longer to living healthier. In the Albert Einstein College of Medicine study of nearly 3,000 people, the onset of illness came decades later in life for centenarians than for their younger... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study finds delayed onset of illness for centenarians than younger counterpartsof disease and disability as they age," said study leader Nir Barzilai, M.D., p
Study finds delayed onset of illness for centenarians than younger counterparts
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
of disease and disability as they age," said study leader Nir Barzilai, M.D., professor of medicine and of genetics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, director of Einstein's Institute for Aging Research, and attending physician at... Read more
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The Age
Growing pains for field of epigenetics as some call for overhaulof a cry, and then do something about it tomorrow," said John Greally, one of t
Growing pains for field of epigenetics as some call for overhaul
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
of a cry, and then do something about it tomorrow," said John Greally, one of the authors and an epigenetics expert at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Among other criticisms, he and his co-authors - Ewan Birney of the European... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Tenafly program focuses on highly intelligent preschoolers with developmental issuesa social-skills toddler group for 2-year-olds. Mendelson, who has been with th
Tenafly program focuses on highly intelligent preschoolers with developmental issues
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 18 days ago
a social-skills toddler group for 2-year-olds. Mendelson, who has been with the program since it began in 1978 at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in The Bronx, has seen much success. This year marks 20 years since the program’s move to... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Greenwich
White Plains Hospital Physician Associates Welcomes Two Internists To StaffMedicine and has been an attending physician at White Plains Hospital since 200
White Plains Hospital Physician Associates Welcomes Two Internists To Staff
The Daily Voice - Greenwich / Posted 23 days ago
Medicine and has been an attending physician at White Plains Hospital since 2001. She received her medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, receiving honors from the Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society and the... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Eliminating blood test could safely increase donor hearts, study showsFailure. The team was led by Snehal Patel, an assistant professor of medicine a
Eliminating blood test could safely increase donor hearts, study shows
Northwest Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Failure. The team was led by Snehal Patel, an assistant professor of medicine at Montefiore Medical Center, part of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. The researchers looked at 10,943 recipients of hearts whose donors had... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Elevated troponin I should not rule out donor heartslevels in an otherwise suitable donor should not preclude acceptance of an orga
Elevated troponin I should not rule out donor hearts
News-Medical-Net / Posted 25 days ago
levels in an otherwise suitable donor should not preclude acceptance of an organ for transplantation," Snehal Patel (Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York) and colleagues remark. The authors explain that, on average, "only 1 in 3... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers investigate why N14Y, N14K mutations have distinct effects in KID syndrome patientsunderstand why the N14Y and N14K mutations have distinct effects in patients, H
Researchers investigate why N14Y, N14K mutations have distinct effects in KID syndrome patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 25 days ago
understand why the N14Y and N14K mutations have distinct effects in patients, Helmuth Sanchez and Vytas Verselis, from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, together with Nefeli Slavi and Miduturu Srinavas from the SUNY College of Optometry,... Read more
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FOX News
5 weird migraine treatments that could give you reliefcutting headache days per month in half or more,” said Dr. Richard Lipton, Edwi
5 weird migraine treatments that could give you relief
FOX News / Posted 26 days ago
cutting headache days per month in half or more,” said Dr. Richard Lipton, Edwin S. Lowe chair in neurology for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) Now that’s a mouthful! A portable device with... Read more
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FOX News
Many obese young adults unaware of kidney disease riskblood pressure, is also associated with early signs of kidney disease," said se
Many obese young adults unaware of kidney disease risk
FOX News / Posted 29 days ago
blood pressure, is also associated with early signs of kidney disease," said senior study author Dr. Michal Melamed of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center in New York. To explore the connection between abdominal... Read more

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