February 14, 2024
The pediatric cardiologist team breaks down the subtleties of heart condition symptoms and explains how to support children with cardiovascular issues.
February 13, 2024
Work from home? Too many video calls vexing your vocal cords? Try these suggestions from Weill Cornell Medicine to care for your voice.
February 12, 2024
Every day offers us a potential fresh start to do something good for our hearts. Kicking off Heart Health Month, that’s the core message cardiologist and Dean of Weill Cornell Medicine Dr. Robert Harrington has shared with the Weill Cornell Medicine community, the residents of New York City, the New York Metropolitan Region and beyond.
February 12, 2024
Dr. Stephanie Mick. Credit: Weill Cornell Medicine Art & PhotographyNewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center has received the Mitral Valve Repair Reference Center Award from the American Heart Association and the Mitral Foundation for a demonstrated record of superior clinical outcomes resulting from evidence-based, guideline-directed degenerative mitral valve repair.This award recognizes NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center’s contribution to advancing best practices... Read More
February 9, 2024
You might know the name Dr. Orna Guralnik from having read one of her features in The New York Times or The Washington Post, or you may have seen her profiled in The New Yorker.
February 8, 2024
When Nila Charles was diagnosed with breast cancer, she was the mother of two young children, working long hours and caring for a family member who was also diagnosed with cancer.
February 7, 2024
If you’re one among millions of women who leak urine by accident, you have a condition called urinary incontinence. It isn’t usually dangerous, but it can be inconvenient, distressing and embarrassing.
February 6, 2024
Growth hormone is prescribed for children with a variety of diseases and conditions that thwart normal growth. Some of these conditions involve the pituitary—a pea-sized gland located at the base of the brain.
February 5, 2024
In this episode of Back To Health, Dr. Adam Jacoby discusses what patients should know about hand & upper extremity injuries.
February 1, 2024
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cites heart disease as the number one cause of death for women in the United States, accounting for 1 in 5 female deaths. Still, many people don’t realize heart disease affects women differently than men.