Columbia University Medical Center
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One suicide attempt in a unit can foreshadow future attempts by other soldiers.
Now go forth and procreate — but only if you want to.
New research provides intriguing clues about how inflammation affects pregnancy.
New York City is launching an opioid recovery program that dispatches “recovery coaches” to emergency rooms to counsel overdose
Her death "was a tragic accident," police say.
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Researchers are working with religious teachers to better understand the healing potential of hallucinogens.
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When you're told you have cancer the reaction is immediate and the patient's behavior is always proactive. As Dr. Accili
The faculty members also added that since being hired by Columbia in 1993, the doctor has consistently received positive
Federal funding for medical research is trending down -- way down. And this is happening at a time when technology and innovation are trending up, which means we could be missing out on so many lifesaving and life-changing advancements.