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A new study by James Gangwisch found that postmenopausal women who ate more refined carbohydrates had greater risk for insomnia.
Dr. Christiano and her colleagues have successfully sprouted new human hairs in the lab, using a multistep recipe that includes skin fibroblasts, collagen, and hair follicle dermal cells.
She served as chief of developmental psychiatry services for infants and children at Harlem Hospital and as an associate clinical professor at Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Katherine Shear is a professor of psychiatry and the director of the Center for Complicated Grief at the Columbia University School of Social Work in New York.
Martha G. Welch of Columbia University points to the importance of loving physical touch, especially in the first 1,000 minutes of life, to lay down markers of emotional stability.
A failure to nap doesn’t imply lasting damage to children’s sleep routines, said Dr. Rachel Lewis, a pediatrician at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
The new findings highlight some distressing trends, said Dr. John Rowe, a professor at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health in New York City.
“It seems kind of bold to put a non-approved substance on the label,” said Dr. David Seres, an associate professor of medicine at the Institute of Human Nutrition at Columbia University.
Now an assistant professor of sociomedical sciences at the Mailman School of Public Health, she sees health care as part of a larger picture: If people’s housing is unhealthy, they will be, too.
“Early life exposures and early life social opportunities have an impact on later life,” said the senior author, Jennifer J. Manly, a professor of neuropsychology at Columbia.