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The discovery of genes that control eye growth gives researchers critical information in the search for drugs that can prevent nearsightedness, the world’s most common eye disorder.
What Fisk experienced is sometimes referred to as a missed miscarriage, ... says Dr. S. Zev Williams, chief of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology at Columbia University Medical Center.
“It’s a big deal,” Benjamin Lerner told TODAY. “Approximately 1 percent of the U.S. population has celiac disease."
“There are several unique aspects of our study which have not been considered before,” Markus Hilpert told Newsweek.
As a young cardiologist, Jeffrey Wessler knew most of his time would be spent treating patients with full-blown heart disease. It was a depressing realization.
Community health workers may be able to help youths with sickle cell disease live healthier lives, according to a new study from Columbia's School of Nursing and Department of Pediatrics.
Dr. Rita Charon, founder of the narrative medicine program at Columbia University, neatly summarized her own approach to a patient’s story in a 2004 lecture.
Scientists at Mailman have found that emissions from gas station vent pipes are 10 times higher than estimates used to determine how close schools and playgrounds can be situated to the facilities.
The man who's changing the future of medical education in America—P. Roy Vagelos, MD’54—shared his inspiration and goals with Columbia Magazine in the diner once owned by his immigrant parents.
The suicide rate for people between the ages of 45 and 64 has jumped in recent years, more than for other age groups, said Barbara Stanley, a psychology professor at Columbia University.