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Wall Street Journal: Virtual Reality Therapy Shows New Benefits

Dr. JoAnn Difede was featured in the Wall Street Journal discussing the benefits of virtual reality treatment for patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The article appeared in the “Personal Journal” section. Wall Street Journal

NY1: Patients Find Relief in Drug Combination Cure for Hepatitis C

A new drug combination is said to virtually cure hepatitis C in some patients. Dr. Robert Brown appeared on NY 1 to discuss the major medical breakthrough. NY1

WABC-TV: Medical Marvels Runners Edition

Physician assistant Tara Barlow was featured in “Medical Marvels,” a WABC-TV online medical series, discussing her participation in this year's NYC Marathon on behalf of a pediatric liver transplant patient. WABC-TV

CNBC’s Squawk on the Street: 3-D printed heart saves baby
New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital

According to the CDC, congenital heart defects (CHD) affect eight in every 1,000 newborns every year. While some CHDs do not need treatment, others require surgery and medication. Dr. Emile Bacha appeared live on CNBC to discuss how a model of a 3-D printed heart saved the life of a two-week-old baby. CNBC

ABC’s Good Morning America: When to Replace Your Toothbrush, Bathroom Products

Experts say certain items in your home should be changed every three to four months because of bacteria. Dr. Susan Whittier appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America discussing hidden germs and how often you should replace bathroom cups. ABC’s Good Morning America

WCBS-TV: Gym Takes Fitness To A Whole New Level With 1,100-Calorie Workout

Most intense fitness classes burn about 600 calories in an hour, but a gym in New York City claims their new workout class can burn more than 1,000 calories. Alissa Rumsey, RD, was interviewed on WCBS-TV discussing healthy diets and what to eat before and after intense training. WCBS-TV

WABC-TV: “Breast Cancer: Making Big Strides”
WABC-TV: Making Big Strides

WABC-TV ran its annual breast cancer special, “Making Big Strides.” The segment included Dr. Tessa Cigler and one of her patients discussing cold cap therapy, which can help women avoid hair loss during chemotherapy. WABC-TV

Wall Street Journal: A Heartfelt Gift From Barbara Walters

NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center celebrated the opening of the Barbara Walters Acute Care Treatment Center on October 1. Supported by a $10 million gift from broadcast journalist and television personality Barbara Walters, the Barbara Walters Acute Care Center will provide access to specialized treatment for critically ill patients in Washington Heights-Inwood and across the New York metro region. Barbara Walters’ gift to NYP was featured in the Wall Street Journal’s "Donor of the Day" column. Wall Street Journal

The New York Times: Rating Pain Relief
photo credit: Victoria Roberts/ The New York Times

Q. How is the effectiveness of pain relievers measured? Is there a list that quantifies them by strength?

A. "It’s not like blood pressure, where a given dose reduces blood pressure a given amount," said Dr. Neel D. Mehta, medical director of the Pain Medicine Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. Instead, he said, "we must use an experience-based approach." The New York Times

Associated Press: Cast Homework in the Right Light

Another school year has begun and that means children are out of the pool and diving into their school work. The Associated Press interviewed Dr. Pamela Gallin on how light affects kids’ ability to do their homework and how to achieve the best lighting for a workspace. Associated Press

NY1: Doctor Offers Tips to Train Safely for Marathon Running

Gearing up for the New York City marathon? Dr. William Levine appeared on NY1 discussing the do’s and don’ts for how to train safely for the big race. NY1

The New York Times: There’s a Lesson Here; All You Have to Do Is Listen
photo credit: Chris Lee/ The New York Times

NYP nursing leaders from all six campuses participated in a management course called "Music Paradigm" at the Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center. Wilhelmina Manzano was quoted in the arts section of The New York Times discussing the experience. The New York Times

New York Post: NewYork-Presbyterian breaks ground on new ambulatory care center

In September, NYP broke ground on The David H. Koch Center located on the Upper East Side. Supported by a record $100 million lead gift from Hospital trustee and longtime supporter David H. Koch, the new outpatient center will offer cutting-edge ambulatory care to patients when it opens in 2018. New York Post

NY1: Queens Man Continues to Fight for Family, Health

Dr. John Chapin and Dr. Bishoy Faltas appeared on NY 1 discussing sickle cell anemia for the series, "A Tale of Two Cities." NY 1 profiled a patient for the segment who sees Dr. Faltas, a research and clinical fellow in the hematology clinic at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. NY1

FOX 5: Healthy School Lunches

A study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics looked at 600 packed lunches and found that not a single one included all five food groups. Rachel Lustgarten, RD, appeared on FOX 5 discussing her tips on what qualifies as a healthy school lunch. FOX 5

Wall Street Journal: Alzheimer's Prevention for 30-Somethings With No Symptoms
photo credit: Cassandra Giraldo for the Wall Street Journal

Dr. Richard Isaacson was featured in the Wall Street Journal discussing Alzheimer’s prevention strategies in young adults. The story appeared on the cover of the "Personal Journal" section. Wall Street Journal

Black Tie Magazine: The Jay Monahan Center Celebrates 10 Years

NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center celebrated the 10th anniversary of the opening of The Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health. Founded in memory of Jay Monahan, late husband of Yahoo News’ Global Anchor and New York Times’ best-selling author Katie Couric, the center is one of only a few comprehensive cancer and wellness centers dedicated to GI health. Katie Couric joined NYP to mark the milestone. Black Tie Magazine

CBS This Morning: New blood test can help detect depression, study shows

Researchers say they have discovered a way to diagnose depression from a simple blood test. Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman appeared live on "CBS This Morning" to discuss the potential breakthrough. CBS This Morning

The New York Times: Exploring the Connection Between Alcohol and Dementia

Q. Is there a difference between alcoholic dementia and "regular" dementia in the elderly?

A. Dementia refers to the general category of diseases that cause acquired cognitive loss, usually in later life, said Dr. Mark S. Lachs, director of geriatrics for the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System. Such loss has scores of possible causes, he said, but Alzheimer’s disease is the culprit in a vast majority of cases in the developed world. The New York Times

New York Daily News: Boy makes recovery after complications from E. coli

Dr. Bruce Greenwald and Dr. Nitsana Spigland were featured in the New York Daily News discussing their 4-year-old patient’s miraculous recovery from E. coli. New York Daily News

Today.com: What is hyperemesis gravidarum?

The British royal couple are expecting their second child and once again Duchess Kate Middleton is being treated for a rare pregnancy complication that is marked by nausea and vomiting. Dr. Amos Grunebaum was quoted on Today.com discussing the condition. Today.com

WABC-TV: NYP’s "Heartsmarts" program

The Perelman Heart Institute’s HeartSmarts Program was highlighted on WABC-TV’s Sunday show “Here and Now.” The faith-based education and outreach program aims to reduce the incidence and increase awareness of cardiovascular disease in the New York metro area’s underserved communities. Dr. Naa-Solo Tettey and a HeartSmarts class in Queens were featured in the segment. WABC-TV: Here and Now

Giants.com: Quest, NYP & NYG team up for ALS awareness
photo from Giants.com

Dr. Hiroshi Mitsumoto participated in an ALS roundtable discussion with the NY Giants, the ALS Association, and Quest Diagnostics. The ALS discussion mentioning NYP was also promoted during a Giants pre-season game. Giants.com

WCBS-TV: New Study Sheds Light On Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat Debate

When it comes to losing weight, there is usually debate about whether low-carb or low-fat is the best way to go. Dr. Joy Gelbman appeared on WCBS-TV discussing a new study that examines the link between low-carb diets and heart health. WCBS-TV

NY1 Noticas: Back to School Nutrition Tips

For parents, getting their child to enjoy fruits and vegetables can be a challenging task. Vanessa Valero, RD, shared some tips and tricks on how kids can eat better now that school is back in session. NY1 Noticias

New York Daily News: Retired Staten Island cop cancer-free after clinical trial at NewYork-Presbyterian
photo from Michael Graae at the New York Daily News

The New York Daily News featured an article on Dr. Yazmin Odia and her patient, who was treated for primary brain lymphoma as part of a clinical trial at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center recently received an $18 million grant from the National Cancer Institute. New York Daily News

NY 1: Sleep Apnea Can Impact a Child's Health and Development

Sleep apnea affects an estimated 18 million Americans and that's not just limited to adults. Kids can develop it too, and both the causes and treatments are very different. Drs. Vikash Modi and Haviva Veler appeared on NY 1 discussing how this sleep disorder can impact a child's health and development. NY 1

WPIX: NJ man gives brother second chance at life with liver transplant

Two brothers who underwent liver transplant surgery at NYP were featured on PIX 11 News discussing the procedure. Last spring, WABC produced a special about NYP’s transplant program, “Organ Donors: Connected for Life.” WPIX-TV | WABC-TV

New York Daily News: Boy with scoliosis is first in New York area to receive magnetic spine lengthening treatment
photo from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital_Charles Manley

Dr. Michael Vitale was featured in the New York Daily News with his scoliosis patient, who is the first in the NY area to receive MAGEC, a new spine lengthening treatment. Approved by the FDA in February, MAGEC is a magnetic tool that non-invasively lengthens metal back rods to reduce curvature of the spine. Dr. Vitale says the technology is “a game-changer.” New York Daily News

NY 1: Vision Problems in Children

The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends regular vision screenings by age 3, but many kids need an eye exam before then. Dr. Pamela Gallin appeared on NY 1 discussing tips for identifying and fixing vision problems in children. NY 1

WABC “Medical Marvels:” Changing a Baby’s Life

WABC aired the sixth segment in its online web series “Medical Marvels” highlighting clinical care at NYP. The latest story features Drs. Vikash Modi and Jay Neugarten with a young patient who successfully underwent cleft lip and palate procedures. WABC-TV

The New York Times: White-Noise Nights

Q.For more than 40 years, I have needed to use a white-noise machine to get to sleep. Should I worry?

A.“There isn’t much science behind the white-noise effect in inducing sleep, except for its use to block other intruding sounds,” said Dr. Ana Krieger, the medical director of the Center for Sleep Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. The New York Times

WABC “Medical Marvels:” Man Battles VHL Disease

WABC aired the fifth segment in its online web series “Medical Marvels” highlighting clinical care at NYP. The latest story features Dr. Michael Sisti and a patient who has had more than a dozen brain surgeries as a result of Von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) disease. WABC-TV

WNYW-TV: Phobias and Anxieties

Fear of things like crowds, flying or public speaking can severely impact quality of life. But doctors who specialize in helping people overcome phobias and anxieties are making a big difference. Dr. Franklin Schneier appeared on FOX 5 discussing tips on how to overcome fear. WNYW-TV

Al Jazeera America: Battling post-traumatic stress disorder

There is new virtual reality treatment available for troops who come home suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Al Jazeera America featured Dr. JoAnn Difede discussing the treatment. Al Jazeera America

The Huffington Post: Kids Wake Up to Superhero Surprise Outside Their Window
photo from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Window washers disguised as superheroes surprised children outside their windows at NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital in July. NYP staff also dressed up in superhero costumes and cheered on the surprise guests from the sidewalks, helping to create the ultimate superpower atmosphere for the kids. The Huffington Post

WABC “Medical Marvels:” Double Lung Transplant Patient

WABC aired a segment in its online web series “Medical Marvels” highlighting clinical care at NYP. The latest story features Dr. James Lee and Dr. William Middlesworth discussing a young boy who was saved from developing thyroid cancer. WABC-TV

TIME Magazine and the "Today Show" Interview Dr. Steven Kaplan on Low Testosterone

Dr. Steven Kaplan was interviewed by Time magazine in a video discussing low testosterone therapy. This interview accompanies a Time magazine cover story on the topic, which will be on newsstands in mid-August. Dr. Kaplan was also interviewed live on the Today Show. Today Show | Time Magazine

The New York Times Interviews Dr. Catherine Lord on her Autism Research

Dr. Catherine Lord was featured in The New York Times Magazine discussing recent research into whether recovery is possible from autism. The article was the cover story of the August 3rd New York Times Magazine. The New York Times Magazine

WCBS-TV: Dr. Dara Jamieson Discusses Hypnosis and Migraines

People have turned to hypnosis for help with everything from losing weight to quitting smoking. CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois reports hypnosis may also help relieve pain, including severe headaches and migraines. WCBS-TV

The Wall Street Journal’s "CIO Journal" announces NYP’s collaboration with Blueprint Health to create an "Innovation Space"

The Wall Street Journal’s "CIO Journal" ran an article announcing NewYork-Presbyterian's collaboration with Blueprint Health to create an "innovation space." The new relationship will allow NYP to work with startups to more quickly develop new technologies that improve patient care. The Wall Street Journal

New York Daily News reports New York-Presbyterian ranked No. 1 in the Big Apple and sixth in the nation
photo from U.S. News & World Report

For the 14th consecutive year, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital earned a spot on U.S. News & World Report’s prestigious “Best Hospitals” Honor Roll, published online on July 15, 2014. The hospital ranks No. 6 on the Honor Roll and No. 1 in the New York metro region. New York Daily News

WABC “Medical Marvels:” New Procedure to Lose Weight

WABC aired a segment in its online web series “Medical Marvels” highlighting clinical care at NYP. The series kicked off with a story about a new weight-loss procedure called endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty, featuring Dr. Marc Bessler. WABC-TV

The New York Times: Using M.C.s and M.D.s to Promote Healthy Eating for Youths

The New York Times featured a story on Dr. Olajide Williams discussing how one public health program is using hip hop artists to promote healthy eating for youths The New York Times

New York Daily News: High-tech external lung machine saves lives of Staten Island mother, baby

Drs. Darryl Abrams and Russell Miller were featured in the New York Daily News discussing how a high-tech external lung machine saved the life of a woman and her baby. New York Daily News

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