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A new study in mice reveals how the brain can identify familiar individuals and recall past experiences with them; the findings could shed light on disorders affecting memory.
Nursing's Ashley Graham-Perel, director of diversity and cultural affairs, discusses what Black History Month means to her and how the School of Nursing is celebrating.
The number of nurses holding state legislative office in the United States has declined significantly over the past decade, investigators from Columbia Nursing report in a new study.
Columbia surgeons and cardiologists came together this month on social media to celebrate American Heart Month, sharing heart-healthy tips and engaging in a heart drawing contest.
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Some cancer cells escape their tumors and stay dormant in other parts of the body before seeding metastases. Columbia researchers have identified a switch that could put the cells back to sleep.
Social inequity was associated with lower use of an epidural or spinal pain reliever during childbirth, especially among Black patients.
Eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy may help reduce the intense emotions and thoughts associated with trauma.
Charels Drew, MD, earned his doctor of medical science degree at VP&S for research that led to the first large-scale blood bank program in the United States.
What happens when four-time Grammy winner Terri Lyne Carrington spends a year with brain scientists?