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Podcast: Improving Communication Among Physicians, Patients and Loved Ones

Cancer patients can make informed treatment decisions if they have a realistic sense of what lies ahead. This episode of "CancerCast: Conversations About New Developments in Medicine, Cancer Care and Research" shares tips for patients to communicate effectively with their doctors.

Podcast: Having Kids After Cancer

This episode of CancerCast: Conversations About New Developments in Medicine, Cancer Care and Research covers the fertility preservation options for men and women with cancer.

Podcast: Clinical Research and Cancer Advocacy

In this episode of CancerCast: Conversations About New Developments in Medicine, Cancer Care and Research, guest Dr. Monica Bertagnolli, discusses how clinical trials can help physicians and researchers better care for and learn from people with cancer.

Thank You for Keeping the Music Alive

When professional musician Rik Albani was diagnosed with an aortic aneurism and a leaky valve, he worried that he may not be able to play the trumpet again. Thanks to cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Leonard Girardi and his dedicated team

Loud Fitness Classes Take a Toll on Instructors’ Voices

In 2016, Christine Estes, a speech language pathologist at the Weill Cornell Medicine Sean Parker Institute for the Voice, noticed that her patients featured a recurring cast of fitness instructors. She decided to conduct a study of them over a two-year period. What she discovered amazed her: They had polyps. They had nodules. They had hemorrhages. Real damage to the vocal cords that needed real... Read More

Dr. Thomas Caputo Retires After 38 Years of Service

Dr. Thomas Caputo, expert in Gynecologic Oncology and Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine, is retiring after 38 years of service. On January 7th, WCM Obstetrics and Gynecology hosted the Thomas A. Caputo Symposium on Gynecologic Oncology in recognition of his career. Dr. Brian Slomovitz and Dr. Michael Worley, former residents of Dr. Caputo, presented at the symposium. Attendees included former students, colleagues, and staff. At the event, the department... Read More

Podcast: Unplugging Your Children from Their Digital Devices, Cyber Bulling and More

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Dr. Moitri Savard shares tips for parents on cyber bullying, how to monitor your child's online activities, and so much more.

Podcast: When to Give Your Child Antibiotics

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Dr. Paul Chung shares when it is appropriate to turn to antibiotics and when it is not advised.

Podcast: How You And Your Baby Can Enjoy A Good Night’s Rest

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Dr. Paul Chung discusses safe infant sleep habits and offers tips to help you get your baby to sleep.

Podcast: At-Home Safety Tips for Kids and Teens

Each year, there are approximately 4 million household injuries among children and teenagers. But with a few simple measures, parents can lower their children’s risk for injury.