Patients considering morcellation should be counseled about the prevalence of cancerous and precancerous conditions prior to undergoing the procedure.
Dietary cocoa flavanols—naturally occurring bioactives found in cocoa—reversed age-related memory decline in healthy older adults, according to a study led by CUMC scientists.
Study compares robot-assisted surgery with conventional laparoscopic surgery for benign gynecologic conditions.
Columbia University will award the 2014 Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize to James P. Allison, PhD, of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Training program will prepare promising individuals for careers in interdisciplinary research, with a focus on HIV prevention, care, and treatment modalities.
New group will gather researchers for quarterly discussions on digital health assessment and intervention research.
Fellows from more than 40 countries spent a week at Mailman, applying design thinking to several health challenges.
On July 31, a symposium will honor the legacy of Dr. Marshall Nirenberg, whose work helped create the field of genetics.
Faculty from dentistry, medicine, nursing, and public health are among 20 medical center faculty chosen for a fellowship program designed to cultivate thought leaders.
Columbia Public Health study suggests teenage boys value intimacy and closeness in relationships.
Study suggests that preventing infection in pregnancy may potentially reduce risk of schizophrenia.
Michael Argenziano, MD, likens heart surgery to flying on a plane: The risk of disaster is low because pilots and their teams are highly trained and have completed many successful flights.
A new study, involving roundworms, shows that starvation induces specific changes in so-called small RNAs and that these changes are inherited through at least three consecutive generations, without any DNA involvement.