Patient Care Blog

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Infographic: How to Stay Active With a Baby on Board

Women eager to stay physically active throughout their pregnancy will likely have questions about exercising when pregnant.

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Podcast: Pelvic Floor Health As Women Age

In this episode of Women's Health Wednesday series of Back to Health, Dr. Larissa Rodriguez discusses what patients should know about pelvic and bladder health through the life stages.

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Surviving a Stroke With Help From Weill Cornell Medicine

When Andrew Kampel had a stroke, Weill Cornell Medicine was there to save his life, help him recover and learn how to embrace healthy living.

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Fire Safety: Stay Smart During Grilling Season

Planning on grilling this summer? Take steps to keep yourself and those around you safe and know what to do when burn injuries happen.

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Act FAST to Respond to Stroke

May is National Stroke Awareness Month and all of us have the opportunity to learn about a major health issue that’s the 5th most common cause of death and a leading cause of disability in this country.

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When Arthritis Pain Is Too Much, You Have Options

Arthritis can occur in any joint in your body. Learn about the pain management options you can access at Weill Cornell Medicine.

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The FDA Has Approved a New Treatment for a Liver Disease Called MASH (Metabolic Dysfunction-Associated Steatohepatitis)

Fatty liver disease isn’t just one condition. It’s a continuum. At a minimum, it involves the accumulation of fat in liver cells, but it may progress to a more serious condition involving fibrosis, or scarring. The condition now goes by the abbreviation MASLD, which stands for metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease.

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Podcast: Screening for Congenital Cytomegalovirus (cCMV)

In this Kids Health Cast episode, Christine Salvatore M.D. discusses what parents should know about the new universal screening for congenital cytomegalovirus (cCMV).

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Preparing for Vascular Surgery

Vascular operations come in two forms as well. They include open surgery, in which the surgeon makes a cut in your skin to fix the problem; and endovascular surgery—a minimally invasive procedure performed through a small needle hole in the artery or vein.

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Help Kids Stay Hydrated

Hydration is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, at every age. Yet, parents and caregivers may often wonder how to instill healthy hydration habits for their children.