April 13, 2021
Our series with Playbill continues as Abby Mueller, star of Six: The Musical and previously Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, headlines a very different program on Wednesday, April 14 at 6pm: COVID-19: a conversation with Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) experts Gregory McWilliams, MD and Benjamin Scallon, MD about the latest developments in the fight against COVID-19 and how they affect you and your loved ones.
April 12, 2021
Christopher Starr, M.D., discusses ways that parents can help manage their child's screen time.
April 8, 2021
To mark IBS Awareness Month, David Wan, M.D. discusses the condition, its sub-types and symptoms, and the resources available for IBS patients.
April 7, 2021
When Jean Kane, was 16 years old, she wasn’t surprised to have been diagnosed with polycystic liver and kidney disease—she’d seen her mother experience it. But when Jean was 45, the cysts grew dramatically.
April 6, 2021
Although New York’s theaters remain closed, you can still get a virtual front row seat on Wednesday, April 7 at 6pm to see Tony Award winner LaChanze interview Weill Cornell Medicine’s Dr. Nivee Amin & Dr. Susan Loeb-Zeitlin about the best ways for women to take care of their heart and reproductive health.
April 5, 2021
In this panel, Heather Yeo, M.D., Joseph Ruggiero, M.D., and Encouse Golden, M.D.. discuss treatments for colorectal cancer.
April 2, 2021
An expert breaks down what you need to know about colorectal cancer -- risk factors, signs & symptoms, myths & misconceptions, the latest screening recommendations, and much more!
April 1, 2021
A potentially troubling picture is starting to emerge from data about drinking among adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 31, 2021
At just 29 years old, Kevin Montello’s kidneys began to fail after many years of living with kidney disease. Thankfully, with tremendous support from his family, many of whom were tested to see if they might be a match, he didn’t have to look far for a donor.
March 30, 2021
Shanti Woodrow’s 2012 breast cancer diagnosis progressed into an eight-year battle against the march of the disease. By the time she learned that her third round of cancer was a spread to major organs, Shanti was looking for an innovator.