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A study led by Columbia and Cornell researchers finds, surprisingly, that anticoagulants do not prevent recurrent strokes in people with one type of heart condition.
A new study from Columbia researchers links soccer heading to a decline in brain structure and function over a two-year period.
With a transformational gift of $6.5 million, the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center at Columbia University will launch its second decade of excellence in clinical care, research, and education.
- July 3, 2023
A Columbia ear, nose, and throat specialist says that vertigo can be due to a mysterious condition that can be unpleasant but is usually benign.
- June 21, 2023
Focused ultrasound is a painless, nonsurgical treatment that can suppress shaking caused by essential tremor.
- June 12, 2023
A study of professionals in the National Hockey League found that players who frequently engaged in fighting on the ice died a decade earlier than less pugilistic players.
- May 29, 2023
Age-related memory loss is caused, in part, by lack of flavanols—nutrients found in certain fruits and vegetables—according to a large study in older adults.
- May 24, 2023
Taking a daily multivitamin may help slow age-related memory decline, a study has found.
- May 16, 2023
Though limited to patients with a rare genetic mutation, the newest drug for ALS could be most effective when given before symptoms emerge.
- May 2, 2023
Attending a high school with a high number of teachers with graduate training was the clearest predictor of the impact of school quality on late-life cognition, researchers found.
- April 25, 2023
With the help of a Columbia neurologist, a support group of Black Parkinson's patients has created a book for Black patients and their families written by the true experts: themselves.
- April 24, 2023
Columbia Nursing researchers are using AI analysis of voice recordings to find a quick, inexpensive way to screen home care patients for early dementia.
- April 20, 2023
Columbia neurologists are investigating a set of blood tests that, used in combination with memory tests, may help physicians correctly diagnose Alzheimer disease in low-resource environments.