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Congratulations to Weill Cornell Medicine’s Exceptional Women in Medicine, Recognized as Among the Best in the Country

Seventy of Weill Cornell Medicine’s women physicians have been recognized as among the country’s top doctors. This new distinction was just rolled out by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., a research and information company that publishes the annual guidebooks America’s Top Doctors and Top Doctors: New York Metro Area. The company makes its selections based on peer nominations by 250,000 leading doctors nationwide.

Podcast: Addressing Your Family's Mental Health

Today's special episode of Back to Health comes from Kids Health Cast. This conversation features Dr. Shannon Bennett and we discuss what parents should know about addressing the mental wellness of their family during difficult times impacted by recent events.

A Guide to Eating Disorders for National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Eating disorders are mental health disorders that affect people’s behaviors and attitudes toward food. Learn more about eating disorders from Weill Cornell Medicine.

Podcast: Youth Depression and Anxiety

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Andrea Beth Temkin, Psy.D. discusses what parents should know about youth depression and anxiety.

Podcast: Bullying Prevention

In this episode of Back to Health, Hannah Simon, M.D. discusses what parents should know about preventing bullying in children.

Congratulations to the Weill Cornell Medicine Physicians Chosen as the Best in the Country and the New York Metropolitan Area

This year, once again, Weill Cornell Medicine’s physicians are among the best in the country. So say their peers—250,000 leading doctors nationwide—who reported their picks to Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., a New York City research and information company that publishes the annual guidebooks America’s Top Doctors and Top Doctors: New York Metro Area.

Podcast: Navigating Alcohol Use Disorder, Recovery, and Sobriety

In this episode of Back to Health, Dr. Jonathan Avery discusses what people should know about navigating alcohol use and sobriety

Podcast: Helping Your Kids Manage Holiday Stress

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Dr. Shannon Bennett discusses how families can manage stress during the holidays.

Podcast: Early Childhood Mental Health Awareness

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Daniel Bigman, M.D. discusses what parents should know about early childhood mental health development.

Podcast: Addressing the Stigma Surrounding Opioid Addiction

In this episode of Back to Health, Jonathan Avery, M.D. addresses substance use disorders, overdose, and addiction. He speaks with Robin Keller and John Sicher, the mother and stepfather of Zoe, to discuss about her passing from an overdose and how her story inspires them to continue doing work in harm reduction and prevention. The panelists also highlight the distribution of naloxone, a life-saving medication that can reverse an overdose from opioids, and ways to address stigma around... Read More

Infographic: National ADHD Awareness Month

October Is National Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Awareness Month. ADHD is a medical condition that affects how the brain works. It can take many forms, in that people with ADHD may be challenged with inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity.

Infographic: Mental Illness Awareness Week

Mental Illness Awareness Week is October 2–8, 2022.

Borderline Personality Disorder: Resources, Treatments and Support for Patients and Families

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has instituted a Borderline Personality Resource Center, which provides assistance to patients and their families all over the country. The Resource Center was created in the memory of Pamela Tusiani, a young woman who lived with borderline personality disorder (BPD). The Center’s mission is to educate those affected by the disorder and connect them to treatment and support in their state or locality.

Suicide Prevention: What You Can Do to Help Avoid a Tragedy

Many cases of suicide are preventable. Protect yourself and those you love by learning risk factors, warning signs and preventive steps.

Back to School Guides for All Ages

The Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists at Weill Cornell Medicine have collaborated to create a back-to-school guide for parents and students of all ages.

International Overdose Awareness Day

International Overdose Awareness Day is on August 31. Come together for addiction education, overdose prevention and to remember loved ones we’ve lost.

Podcast: Teen Substance Use and Addiction

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Jonathan Avery, M.D. reviews what parents should know about teen substance use and addiction.

Patients with Long COVID Face Significant Mental Health Challenges

COVID-19 continues to plague individuals and communities across the country, but long COVID—also known as post-COVID—is a scourge all on its own for at least 1 out of 5 Americans who previously had the shorter, acute version of the disease, according to recent government estimates. Long COVID is a chronic post-viral syndrome that leaves patients with lingering symptoms for weeks, months or even longer.

Supporting Your Child's Mental Health

In recent weeks, merely watching the news has felt dangerous to our mental health—especially if we are parents. The horrors of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, have been playing and replaying on our own inner TV screens, creating unthinkable levels of shock and anxiety. And our children are just as susceptible to these destabilizing emotions as we are.

Podcast: The Impacts of Recent Events on Youth Mental Health

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Shannon Bennett, Ph.D. discusses the impacts of media on youth mental health.