A new targeted therapy for hard-to-treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia appears to have fewer side effects than a previous therapy.
Study finds inhibiting a family of enzymes inside hair follicles that are suspended in a resting state restores hair growth.
A new Mailman study examines the separate effects of clinical symptoms and labeling on stigma in young people identified as at risk for psychotic disorders.
P&S faculty who received honors during 2014-2015 were recognized at the annual Dean's Honors Day.
In a case demonstrating the promise of precision medicine, a 20-month-old girl suffering from a rare neurodegenerative disease was diagnosed by exome sequencing and successfully treated.
Deborah Hasin finds that marijuana use has doubled in the United States, and with the increase comes more marijuana use disorders and cannabis-related accidents.
According to a recent study, a microsurgical approach is found to be a safe and effective technique to prevent breast cancer-related lymphedema.
In a new study, P&S researcher Yian Gu explores the association between eating a Mediterranean-like diet and the prevention of brain cell loss of up to five years.
Despite known risks of serious side effects, especially in older adults, the fraction of seniors treated with antipsychotic medications increases with age, researchers have found.
Nobody runs 26.2 miles without a unique story driving them through. Meet a few of our athletes who will run the NYC Marathon on Nov. 1.
The 2015 annual report for the College of Physicians & Surgeons includes articles about the year's best in research, education, and patient care.