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The fall/winter 2019 issue of Columbia Medicine magazine explores the epidemic of suicide, which is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States.
Perhaps the most interesting is Kelli Harding’s THE RABBIT EFFECT: Live Longer, Happier and Healthier With the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness (Atria, 272 pp., $27).
Second-year Columbia medical students began the new year at the Steven Z. Miller Student Clinician's Ceremony, marking the start of their patient-centered training in hospital and ambulatory settings.
"ACD is very common, and in many cases the mechanism by which certain chemicals cause an immune reaction in the skin is incompletely understood," study co-author Annemieke de Jong told UPI.
Scientists at Columbia University Irving Medical Center are using and refining CRISPR to provide insights to health.
Some compounds found in many personal care products displace natural fat-like molecules in skin cells, which may explain how they cause an allergic skin rash.
Dementia is three times more common in older adults who are illiterate, a new study from Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found.
Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons has launched new initiatives to expand the number of women and underrepresented minorities among the medical school's faculty and leadership.
Hearing loss is the largest modifiable risk factor for developing dementia, exceeding that of smoking, high blood pressure, lack of exercise and social isolation.
The MTA has completed elevator replacement work and other improvements ahead of schedule at the 1 train station at 168th Street.