Awards and Honors Across Weill Cornell Medical College - Week of Jan. 23 - Jan. 30
January 30, 2015 Awards, honors, prizes and achievements for the week of Jan. 23 - Jan. 30.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center Using Advanced Technology for More Precise, Effective Treatment of Brain and Spine Tumors
January 30, 2015 NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center now offers a system that uses image-guided radiotherapy to treat patients with brain and spine tumors and other brain abnormalities.
Sex Trafficking: The Dirty Downside of Global Sporting Events
January 30, 2015 Countries that host large, global sporting events should have a detailed plan outlining ways to provide public health services to victims of sex trafficking, as well as robust law enforcement measures.
Sex Differences Found in Brain Mechanisms Important for Learning
January 28, 2015 High levels of estrogen may lead to a unique kind of learning that could explain why women are more susceptible to addiction.
Diabetes Prevention in Qatar Should Focus on Lifestyle Factors
January 23, 2015 Lifestyle factors are largely responsible for an alarming increase of diabetes in the Middle East and North Africa.
Awards and Honors Across Weill Cornell Medical College - Week of Jan. 16 - Jan. 23
January 23, 2015 Awards, honors, prizes and achievements for the week of Jan. 16 - Jan. 23.
Study Suggests Drug Coverage Alone Not an Easy Solution to Closing Treatment Gap in Depression
January 21, 2015 Few Medicare patients would have been affected by a change in antidepressant coverage had it been implemented.
Awards and Honors Across Weill Cornell Medical College - Week of Jan. 9 - Jan. 16
January 16, 2015 Awards, honors, prizes and achievements for the week of Jan. 9 - Jan. 16.
ACOs Moving Ahead
January 16, 2015 The Accountable Care Organization of NewYork-Presbyterian, Weill Cornell and Columbia has been selected as a new Medicare Shared Savings Program Accountable Care Organization.
Vitamin A Deficiency May Be Involved in Type 2 Diabetes, Researchers Say
January 15, 2015 A recent study suggests a lack of vitamin A may be involved in the development of type 2 diabetes.

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