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Patients taking the recommended diuretic for hypertension experienced more potentially serious side effects than those taking a similar drug, according to a new study from Columbia researchers.
A new study suggests that for women, poor sleep could contribute to unhealthy food choices, increasing the risk of obesity and heart disease.
As the virus enters lung cells, it starts to replicate, destroying the cells, explains Dr. Yoko Furuya, an infectious disease specialist at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Robert Klitzman is a professor of psychiatry and the director of the online and in-person Masters of Bioethics Program at Columbia University.
February is Black History Month, and we are celebrating African American physicians, dentists, nurses, and researchers at CUIMC who are helping to improve the health of the nation.
Breast cancer epidemiologist Jasmine McDonald, PhD, originally set out to become a laboratory researcher, but a chance conversation on a bus led her to switch fields.
Raised in a poor neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, George Jenkins and two friends fulfilled a pact they made in high school to become doctors.
Lorna Dove, medical director for the liver transplant center at CUIMC, was drawn to her field partly because of the close relationships she is able to develop with her patients.
While pursuing her education as a geneticist, Gina Wingood, ScD, MPH, witnessed the early days of the AIDS epidemic and changed fields to help address it.
Kenrick Cato’s love of health care came from his mother, a retired nurse, but the idea of becoming a nurse himself didn’t dawn on this ex-Army officer until a friend made the suggestion.