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Candy, baked goods, and other edibles made with THC can appeal to young children and have serious consequences if consumed. A pediatrician explains.
Data collected by cars on driver performance—combined with machine learning—could detect elderly drivers who will soon develop mild cognitive impairment or dementia.
You don’t need medical training to use a defibrillator and save a life. You just need to know where to find a defibrillator.
Megan Ranney, a graduate of the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Gerard Carrino, who earned his MPH from Mailman, were tapped as deans at two schools.
- November 12, 2014
Reducing the time between Ebola diagnosis and treatment could dramatically alter the shape and size of the outbreak, says Columbia's Wafaa El-Sadr, MD.
- October 17, 2014
Rat population of New York City carries variety of disease-causing microbes.
- October 6, 2014
Columbia Nursing confronts the Ebola outbreak, a tragic, textbook example of a public health crisis.
- September 4, 2014
The milestone represents an important step on the path to confronting the global HIV epidemic.
- September 3, 2014
Though touted as a tool to curtail cigarette smoking, e-cigarettes may serve as a 'gateway' to drug addiction.
- August 5, 2014
CUMC experts in infectious disease and public health are keeping the public informed about the outbreak and the potential of the virus to spread.
Source:The Wall Street JournalAugust 4, 2014
- July 30, 2014
CUMC hosted 177 students this year in summer programs designed to expose minorities to opportunities in medical, scientific, and public health careers.
- July 21, 2014
Training program will prepare promising individuals for careers in interdisciplinary research, with a focus on HIV prevention, care, and treatment modalities.
- July 17, 2014
Columbia Public Health study suggests teenage boys value intimacy and closeness in relationships.