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Columbia University’s Dr. Lawrence Lustig said that although the children in these studies don’t wind up with perfect hearing, “even moderate hearing loss recovery in these kids is pretty astounding.”
“Think if you tied a knot in a thread — nits are the size of that knot,” said Dr. Candace Johnson, an assistant professor of pediatrics and hospital epidemiologist at Columbia University.
“We know that wildfires are getting worse and more intense due to climate change,” said Marianthi-Anna Kioumourtzoglou, an associate professor of environmental health sciences at Columbia University.
“The period of life spent not healthy is getting larger and larger and the implications of that are enormous,” says Dr. John Rowe, a professor of health policy and aging at Columbia University.
Neil A. Shneider, director of the Eleanor and Lou Gehrig ALS Center, said that New York was well positioned to advance A.L.S. research because of the number of specialized centers in the state.
Editor's Note: Qixuan Chen, a co-author of the study referenced here, is an associate professor of biostatistics at the Mailman School of Public Health.
Editor's Note: Columbia University researcher Keith Diaz's segment begins at 14:03.
Lucky Tran, Ph.D., science communicator at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, compiled the CDC data into a graph, which has been shared widely on Instagram and X, formerly known as Twitter.
Virginia Apgar entered Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons on the eve of the Great Depression, one of only nine women in the class of 90.
Some experts say maintaining a healthy weight is important for longevity, but to John Rowe, a professor of health policy and aging, that’s less of a concern, especially as people enter old age.