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The Maui News
Maui Connectionseffects have been likened to morphine. Not so fast, says Dr. Friedman, directo
Maui Connections
The Maui News / Posted 4 days ago
effects have been likened to morphine. Not so fast, says Dr. Friedman, director of the psychopharmacology clinic at the Weill Cornell Medical College. There are other factors, too, like increased blood flow to the brain and production of a... Read more
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Daily Mail
How to avoid getting injured playing Pokemon Gothe amount of time spent looking at your screen. According to Anthony Rossi, a
How to avoid getting injured playing Pokemon Go
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
the amount of time spent looking at your screen. According to Anthony Rossi, assistant professor of dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical College, the key to beating blisters is prevention. Wear nylon or moisture-wicking socks - not... Read more
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Deseret News
Terrorism trepidation? Live life, but buckle your seat belt, experts sayyourself, such as by eating properly, exercising and resting." And Richard Fri
Terrorism trepidation? Live life, but buckle your seat belt, experts say
Deseret News / Posted 8 days ago
yourself, such as by eating properly, exercising and resting." And Richard Friedman, a professor of clinical psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York, reminded readers in a New York Times op-ed last December that Americans are far... Read more
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The Scientist
Stroke Alters Gut Microbiome, Impacting Recoveryreported this week (July 12) in The Journal of Neuroscience. “It’s a very nice
Stroke Alters Gut Microbiome, Impacting Recovery
The Scientist / Posted 8 days ago
reported this week (July 12) in The Journal of Neuroscience. “It’s a very nice study,” neuroscientist Josef Anrather of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, who was not involved in the research, told The Scientist. The authors show... Read more
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Business Wire
Global Genes Announces RARE Champion of Hope Award Recipients to be Honored at the 5th Annual Tribute to Champions of Hope, Presented by PRA Health Sciencesaddition to his role at Third Rock Ventures, Reilly is a trustee emeritus of Co
Global Genes Announces RARE Champion of Hope Award Recipients to be Honored at the 5th Annual Tribute to Champions of Hope, Presented by PRA Health Sciences
Business Wire / Posted 10 days ago
addition to his role at Third Rock Ventures, Reilly is a trustee emeritus of Cornell University, an Overseer of Weill Cornell Medical College, and serves on the Advisory Board to the Boston University School of Public Health. The Henri... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Tips to prevent and treat blistersdermatologist Anthony Rossi, MD, FAAD, assistant professor of dermatology, Memo
Tips to prevent and treat blisters
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
dermatologist Anthony Rossi, MD, FAAD, assistant professor of dermatology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York City. "To stop them before they appear, pay attention to your skin and take... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Machine learning can improve autism screening and diagnosticsof Engineering Ming Hsieh's Department of Electrical Engineering, along with au
Machine learning can improve autism screening and diagnostics
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
of Engineering Ming Hsieh's Department of Electrical Engineering, along with autism research leaders Catherine Lord (of Weill Cornell Medical College) and Somer Bishop (of University of California, San Francisco), are now exploring whether... Read more
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The Hill
Congress: make marrow transplants accessible for older Americansof one insignificant number: their age. Sergio Giralt, MD is the Melvin Berlin
Congress: make marrow transplants accessible for older Americans
The Hill / Posted 15 days ago
of one insignificant number: their age. Sergio Giralt, MD is the Melvin Berlin Family Chair in Myeloma Research; Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and Chief Attending, Adult BMT Service, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer C... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Leading researchers recommend major change in prostate cancer treatmentin the study were the University of Washington School of Medicine, University o
Leading researchers recommend major change in prostate cancer treatment
The Daily Comet / Posted 16 days ago
in the study were the University of Washington School of Medicine, University of Michigan, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Weill Cornell Medical College and the Institute of Cancer Research and Royal Marsden Hospital in London. The research was... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Leading researchers recommend major change in prostate cancer treatmentin the study were the University of Washington School of Medicine, University o
Leading researchers recommend major change in prostate cancer treatment
The Houma Courier / Posted 16 days ago
in the study were the University of Washington School of Medicine, University of Michigan, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Weill Cornell Medical College and the Institute of Cancer Research and Royal Marsden Hospital in London. The research was... Read more
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New York Post
Perelman-Cohen center signs new lease downtownin the 15-year deal which had an asking rent of $60 per foot. Target recently s
Perelman-Cohen center signs new lease downtown
New York Post / Posted 17 days ago
in the 15-year deal which had an asking rent of $60 per foot. Target recently signed a deal for the building’s base. Weill Cornell Medical College also expanded other facilities at 156 William St. Also, on the west side of downtown at the... Read more
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New York Post
Cornell expands medical college to financial districtWilliam Macklowe Co.’s 156 William St., Cornell University has added 55,000 squ
Cornell expands medical college to financial district
New York Post / Posted 18 days ago
William Macklowe Co.’s 156 William St., Cornell University has added 55,000 square feet to 30,000 it already had for its Weill Cornell Medical College — nearly completing landlord Billy Macklowe’s aim to establish the first medical office... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Men face greater risk of cardiac arrestof improvement in treating patients with cardiac arrest over the last decade, t
Men face greater risk of cardiac arrest
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 23 days ago
of improvement in treating patients with cardiac arrest over the last decade, there is room for improvement, especially in women," said lead researcher Dr. Luke Kim, an assistant professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York Ci... Read more
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Newsmax
Men Face Greater Risk of Cardiac Arrestarrest over the last decade, there is room for improvement, especially in women
Men Face Greater Risk of Cardiac Arrest
Newsmax / Posted 23 days ago
arrest over the last decade, there is room for improvement, especially in women," said lead researcher Dr. Luke Kim, an assistant professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. © 2016 NewsmaxHealth. All rights r... Read more
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Newsmax
Old Drug Boosts Brain's Memory Centersthis is early research," said Dr. Ezriel Kornel, an assistant clinical professo
Old Drug Boosts Brain's Memory Centers
Newsmax / Posted 25 days ago
this is early research," said Dr. Ezriel Kornel, an assistant clinical professor of neurological surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. For one, it's not known whether the drug's effects diminish over repeated... Read more
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asianage
Women less likely to get life-saving cardiac arrest treatmentsblocked arteries. "Traditionally women have not been treated as aggressively a
Women less likely to get life-saving cardiac arrest treatments
asianage / Posted 29 days ago
blocked arteries. "Traditionally women have not been treated as aggressively as men," said lead author Dr. Luke Kim, of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart's electrical system malfunctions and the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Women less likely to get life-saving cardiac arrest treatmentsblocked arteries. "Traditionally women have not been treated as aggressively a
Women less likely to get life-saving cardiac arrest treatments
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
blocked arteries. "Traditionally women have not been treated as aggressively as men," said lead author Dr. Luke Kim, of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart's electrical system malfunctions and the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
When parents use egg donors, telling kids early may be bestdespite wanting to be open and honest with their children have delayed disclosu
When parents use egg donors, telling kids early may be best
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
despite wanting to be open and honest with their children have delayed disclosure," said lead author Linda Applegarth of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Of the 26 families that had yet to disclose the information, 18 still... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
U.S. women less likely to receive life-saving cardiac treatmentblocked arteries. “Traditionally women have not been treated as aggressively a
U.S. women less likely to receive life-saving cardiac treatment
The Globe and Mail / Posted 30 days ago
blocked arteries. “Traditionally women have not been treated as aggressively as men,” said lead author Dr. Luke Kim, of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart’s electrical system malfunctions and... Read more
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Times of Malta
When parents use egg donors, telling kids early may be bestdespite wanting to be open and honest with their children have delayed disclosu
When parents use egg donors, telling kids early may be best
Times of Malta / Posted 30 days ago
despite wanting to be open and honest with their children have delayed disclosure," said lead author Linda Applegarth of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Of the 26 families that had yet to disclose the information, 18 still... Read more
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FOX News
Women less likely to get life-saving cardiac arrest treatmentsblocked arteries. "Traditionally women have not been treated as aggressively a
Women less likely to get life-saving cardiac arrest treatments
FOX News / Posted 30 days ago
blocked arteries. "Traditionally women have not been treated as aggressively as men," said lead author Dr. Luke Kim, of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart's electrical system malfunctions and... Read more
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FOX News
When parents use egg donors, telling kids early may be bestdespite wanting to be open and honest with their children have delayed disclosu
When parents use egg donors, telling kids early may be best
FOX News / Posted 30 days ago
despite wanting to be open and honest with their children have delayed disclosure," said lead author Linda Applegarth of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Of the 26 families that had yet to disclose the information, 18 still... Read more
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Newsmax
Women Get Worse Cardiac Arrest Care Than Menis room for improvement, especially in women," said lead researcher Dr. Luke Ki
Women Get Worse Cardiac Arrest Care Than Men
Newsmax / Posted 30 days ago
is room for improvement, especially in women," said lead researcher Dr. Luke Kim, an assistant professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, in New York City. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops beating. In 2014, more than... Read more
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