Podcast: Special Episode – On Youth Anxiety

This special episode of Kids Health Cast: "On Youth Anxiety" comes from On the Mind, the official podcast from the Weill Cornell Medicine Department of Psychiatry. Host Dr. Daniel Knoepflmacher and Dr. Angela Chiu explore the causes of anxiety within children and adolescents and evidence-based treatments and tactics that can be used to treat mild to severe anxiety.

Your Back-to-School Anxiety Questions Answered, Part Two

In this two-part series, Dr. Angela Chiu answers questions that parents and caregivers frequently ask about back-to-school anxiety. She is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry and practices at the Center for Youth Mental Health at New York-Presbyterian, where she helps children of all ages, adults, parents and caregivers with anxiety conditions.

Your Back-to-School Anxiety Questions Answered, Part One

Anxiety is a normal emotion that helps us throughout life: it can motivate us to study a bit more for a test, be more careful in traffic and wash our hands more often during flu season. Anxiety, however, can become problematic and even debilitating at certain points in life, including during childhood, adolescence and young adulthood.

Podcast: Managing Back-to-School Anxiety for Children and Families

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Andrea Beth Temkin, Psy.D. discusses what parents and children should know about managing back-to-school anxiety.

Infographic: Everyone Deserves Great Mental Health

July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Celebrate diversity and learn about the impacts mental health has on minority communities.

This Pride Month, Celebrate LGBTQ+ Health

This past year has been a worrying one for most of the LGBTQ+ community. Attacks on health care, especially that of transgender individuals, have flourished across more conservative parts of the country. Weill Cornell Medicine is proud to be a bronze-level sponsor for NYC Pride and we’re dedicated to taking care of the healthcare needs of the NYC LGBTQ+ community.

Over-the-Counter Narcan: A New Weapon in the Fight Against Opioid Overdose Deaths

In late March 2023, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved an over-the-counter (OTC) version of Narcan—a medication that reverses opioid overdose. Soon, it will be available in drugstores, convenience stores, supermarkets and gas stations, as well as online—no prescription required.

Infographic: Celebrate AAPI Heritage and Good Mental Health

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and Mental Health Awareness Month. While celebrating what makes your heritage special, take a moment to consider the mental health challenges that face the members of your community.

Podcast: Helping Children Manage Anxiety

Dr. Avital Falk goes over what parents and kids should know about addressing and coping with anxiety.

Focus on Children’s Wellness: Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week

For this year’s Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, learn about children’s mental health issues and how to spot them with tips from Weill Cornell Medicine.

Podcast: Alcohol and Substance Use Among College-Age Students

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Jonathan Avery, M.D. discusses what parents should know about alcohol and substance use among college students.

Healthy Coping for Stress Awareness Month

April is stress awareness month. Learn what stress is, how it impacts your body and how to manage it with tips from Weill Cornell Medicine.

Podcast: On Autism Spectrum Disorder: Exploring diagnosis, disparities and media impact

In this episode, we speak with Amy Lemelman, Ph.D. about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Podcast: Eating Disorders

In this episode of Kids Health Cast, Suzanne Straebler, Ph.D., PMH-BC and Melissa Klein, Ph.D. discuss what patients should know about eating disorders.

Podcast: On Culturally Responsive Mental Health Care: Addressing the needs of a diverse population

In this episode, we speak with Stephanie Cherestal, Ph.D. about the impact of cultural diversity on mental health and health care.

Podcast: Moderation in Drug and Alcohol Use For Women

This episode from our Women's Health Wednesday series on Back to Health features Dr. Jonathan Avery and he discusses what women should know about moderating alcohol and drug use.

Podcast: On Psychedelics: Promising Benefits and Significant Risks

In our first episode, we speak with Richard A. Friedman, M.D. about the latest news exploring the intersection of psychedelics and psychiatry.

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.