We are proud to announce that for the 11th year in a row, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital ranks in more pediatric specialties than any other New York metro area hospital in U.S. News and World Report's “Best Children’s Hospitals.”

NYP provides pediatric care in every area of medicine at two major sites: NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Komansky...
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We are proud to announce that for the 11th year in a
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Do you know the difference between "ancient" grains and "modern" grains?

Helen Mullen, a clinical nutritionist at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) breaks it down, and explains why you should be incorporating more of them into your diet.
Do you know the difference between "ancient" grains and "modern" grains

The Scoop on Ancient Grains

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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is proud to celebrate #PrideMonth in support of our LGBTQ community, and is committed to a culture of diversity and inclusiveness.

Employees showed up in large numbers to support NYC Pride (The NYC LGBT Pride Organizer), sharing the message “Take pride in your health.”

For the second year in a row, NYP was named a leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality by the...
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NewYorkPresbyterian Hospital is proud to celebrate PrideMonth in support of our LGBTQ
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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital's Dr. Holly Andersen shares with CBS News why its important for women to discuss the dangers of heart disease with their doctors.
NewYorkPresbyterian Hospitals Dr Holly Andersen shares with CBS News why its important

Communication Gap Between Women & Doctors Over Heart Attack Risk

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After completing his first school year since having a brain tumor removed, fifth-grade teacher Jim Liucci is using his previous health diagnosis as a source of inspiration to give back to others.

In May 2016, just as graduation was nearing, a routine monitoring of an active brain tumor had revealed worrisome results. Dr. Andrew Lassman, a neuro-oncologist at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/...
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For patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment, food may be the last thing on their minds, but a healthy and balanced diet is a vital part of the recovery process.

Seeing this dilemma with many of her patients, Jackie Topol, an integrative dietitian at Integrative Health and Wellbeing at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital & Weill Cornell Medicine, created easy-to-make recipes that are designed to...
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For patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment food may be the last thing on
Dr. Wendy Chung, one of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC)'s clinical and molecular geneticists, has discovered 30 different diseases.

Through her groundbreaking genetics program, DISCOVER, she and a team of experts are helping patients diagnose and treat rare diseases, bringing hope to families worldwide: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Maria Silver is seeing the world differently now, thanks to doctors at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.

Maria had been color-blind since birth, but that wasn’t the reason she came to NYP & Weill Cornell Medicine. While preparing for a vacation, Maria started experiencing earaches, headaches and sudden paralysis. An MRI showed that she had a baseball-sized tumor in her brain. A neurosurgery...
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This heart hero celebrated his first birthday last week after overcoming a difficult first few months due to his Congenital Heart Disease (CHD).

Thirty-five weeks into her pregnancy, Lauren and Ron Lanzillotta learned their son, Ronnie, was in heart failure. After undergoing an emergency C-section, Ronnie was transferred to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia Children's Health where his...
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This heart hero celebrated his first birthday last week after overcoming a
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When Lauren Chervenyak was in need of a kidney donation, there was no question of who would be her living donor – her father, Carlos, with whom she shares a special bond.

Carlos has been by Lauren’s side every step of the way throughout her health journey, starting with her first diagnosis of Hodgkin Lymphoma in college, to the birth of her daughter Madison a few years later. He even made...
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When Lauren Chervenyak was in need of a kidney donation there was
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Lisa Mix holds the keys to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital’s rich history.

As Head of the Medical Center Archives at NYP & Weill Cornell Medicine Lisa helps preserve historical medical documents and artifacts that date back to our country’s founding fathers. Learn more about the lives of our doctors and patients, as well as their medical discoveries from decades past: [ Bit.ly Link ].
Lisa Mix holds the keys to NewYorkPresbyterian Hospital’s rich history

Unlocking NYP’s Rich History

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In 1998, Dr. Babacar Cisse came to New York City from Senegal with just $26 dollars in his pocket. Nearly 20 years later, Dr. Cisse’s hard work and determination has enabled him to achieve his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital & Weill Cornell Medicine.

Learn more about Dr. Cisse’s journey from working as a busboy to pursuing his medical degree at Columbia...
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When Heather Dombrosky isn’t caring for pediatric patients at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, she’s cooking things up in the kitchen.

Her culinary expertise even landed her a spot in the Top 20 on MasterChef. Join us in wishing Heather good luck as she competes tonight to continue on her journey for the grand prize!
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“I feel like I’ve made the impossible possible with the power of dance.”

In 2009, Amy Jordan—a prominent New York City dancer—was run over by a NYC bus on her way to work. Her right leg was completely crushed and nearly amputated. It took 18 surgeries and a 9 surgeon team from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital & Weill Cornell Medicine to save Amy’s life, rebuild her leg and get her strong enough...
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“I feel like I’ve made the impossible possible with the power of dance”
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There are many alternatives to real sugar, but are these sugar substitutes healthy for you?

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital registered dietitian, Georgia Giannopoulos, offers insight into the natural-versus-artificial sweetener debate and how to be aware of, and limit, added sugar in your diet.
There are many alternatives to real sugar but are these sugar substitutes healthy for you

The Skinny on Sugar Substitutes

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They are easy to grab on the go, claim to be good for you and sometimes taste as good as a chocolate bar, but are energy bars actually healthy?

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital nutritionist, Helen Mullen says energy bars aren’t necessarily a healthy option. Read our tips for choosing a nutritious energy bar.
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Are Energy Bars Healthy?

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These days lasers are fairly common – they are used everywhere from scanners, DVD players, and even presentation pointers. But this wasn’t always the case.

In 1961, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC)'s Dr. Charles J. Campbell was the first person to use a laser for medical purposes when he treated a patient’s retinal tumor. See how physicians now use...
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These days lasers are fairly common they are used everywhere from scanners

First Medical Use of the Ruby Laser

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Despite being a star math and science student, twelve year-old Enmanuel de la Nuez never dreamed of becoming a doctor. This all changed the day Enmanuel and his fellow sixth-grade classmates learned about the Lang Youth Medical Program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.

Founded in 2003 when NYP partnered with philanthropist Eugene Lang, the Lang Youth Medical Program is a six-year science and...
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More than 600 New York City elementary school students joined us at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital for the 17th Annual Pediatrics Emergency Medicine Health Fair. Students had fun learning from 25 information stations that covered topics including, implementing healthy nutrition, identifying vital signs, preventing injuries, and more.

The kids also got to tour...
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More than 600 New York City elementary school students joined us at