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"As a current pediatrician and internist, I still use many of the nutritional concepts I learned [at the IHN] when taking care of kids and adults alike." Get to know Clement Lee.
Brain scans show patterns of shrinkage in regions involved in learning, memory and judgment. Experts hope losing weight could reverse some of the damage. Featuring quotes from Director Sabrina Diano.
Too much of a sweet thing can lead to a host of health problems, starting with your gut. IHN MS Alumna and registered dietitian Alyssa Kwan is quoted in this Everyday Health article.
Our brains work better when we eat healthier food. Scientists investigating this under-researched topic are starting to confirm what many of us suspected.
- January 4, 2023
Check out Dr. Diano's paper, UCP2-dependent redox sensing in POMC neurons regulates feeding, in Cell Reports. 2022 Dec 27;41(13):111894. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2022.111894.
Source:Columbia University Irving Medical CenterJanuary 4, 2023
Small changes, big changes, more cake for breakfast: A new year is a time to make moves toward a happier and healthier self.
- December 15, 2022
Brooke Aggarwal, EdD, MS and three other VP&S faculty elected to the New York Academy of Medicine.
- December 6, 2022
Stavroula Kousteni has received a large grant from the Edward P. Evans Foundation.
- October 24, 2022
"I love what I do – I create smiles and keep people healthy." Get to know Louis Formica.
- September 22, 2022
NMB Doctoral Student Seminar