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"We want to be sure that the is contained within the thyroid gland or not contained in the thyroid gland if it is on the side of the lymph nodes," says Dr. Catherine F. Sinclair via :
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“There are inherent biases and differences in the way patients will seek care based on race and sex," says Dr. Noah Moss. "These researchers provide pretty good that racial exist in care as well."
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Unless you actively condition your , the chilly, windy will take even more moisture from your hair, leading to damage, frizz, and overall dullness:
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Because almost all studies of for syndrome are flawed, one cannot be recommended over another, a systematic review and meta-analysis concludes. Dr. Priya Grewal, who was not involved in the , weighs in:
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Pictured is an archived page from 's Class of 1986 yearbook.
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A new study conducted by our researchers examined the prevalence of oral in sexually active female receiving the quadrivalent :
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"Becoming a Physician: Challenges in Education” is the first medical conference to focus on ethical challenges medical students encounter on the path to becoming . Register here to attend on November 16:
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Our researchers collaborated with an consortium of colleagues & developed a new toolbox to allow to assess how easily the objects they generate as a result of their research projects can be used by other research teams:
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"These findings, in combination with increasing exposure to PM 2.5, emphasize the importance of examining early life to PM 2.5 in relation to outcomes,” says senior author Dr. Rosalind Wright:
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"The number of access tracts that were made during was also associated with increased blood loss,” says Dr. Anna Zampini. Read how advancements in medical have made PCNL the standard of care for large or complex stones:
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More than 250,000 new cases of “invasive” will be diagnosed in 2019, and almost 70,000 cases of “non-invasive.” Breast Surgeon, Dr. Sarah P. Cate, weighs in:
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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Nov 13
A new study suggests minority patients are less often admitted to care units. Dr. Noah Moss, who was not involved in the study, weighs in:
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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Nov 13
The Department of Science & Policy & will be hosting an event on "The Political Determinants of Maternal & ," on Thursday, November 21 from 1pm-2pm EDT.
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“Sometimes can be challenging to , especially for that are less severely affected,” says Dr. Alexander Kolevzon:
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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Nov 13
Rates of virus reinfection among men who have sex with men in are roughly 5 percent, similar to rates reported after interferon treatment in HIV-infected MSM in , according to our researchers. Dr. Daniel Fierer weighs in:
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On a new episode of , Dr. Aliza Pressman, Co-Founder of The Mount Sinai Parenting Center, talks all things parenting and gives tips on raising resilient kids. Listen to the podcast now:
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"Becoming a Physician: Challenges in Education” is the first medical conference to focus on ethical challenges medical students encounter on the path to becoming . Register here to attend on November 16:
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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Nov 13
specialists at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai have shown that severe loss from a self-prescribed high dose of over-the-counter is linked to injury of a specific type in a patient’s eye:
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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Nov 13
"Becoming a Physician: Challenges in Education” is the first medical conference to focus on ethical challenges medical students encounter on the path to becoming . Register here to attend on November 16:
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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Nov 13
“Treating relapsing is of great importance and there is a significant unmet need for a product such as a long acting acetate, which has disease modifying potential, and appears safe and well tolerated," says Dr. Aaron Miller:
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