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A recent study suggests breast cancer appears to be on the rise for people under 50 years old. Columbia breast cancer expert Julia McGuinness, MD, offers strategies to help reduce your risk.
Francisca Kwakye is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania, where she is pursuing her dreams of bringing better access to world-class care for more people, regardless of their income.
Who doesn’t look forward to a siesta on a Sunday afternoon after a long, hard work week? Some people swear by naps, but do they actually improve your health? A Columbia expert weighs in.
Sometimes a diagnosis can feel like a label. This is particularly true when it comes to rare or chronic conditions. Two Columbia experts spoke to us about the good and bad of diagnostic labels.
Feeling a sharp pain in your foot and have no idea what may have caused it? The answer could be plantar fasciitis. A Columbia expert explains what it is, why it happens, and what you can do about it.
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved two RSV vaccines for adults 60 and older. A Columbia doctor explains why this vaccine could prevent severe illness.
Migraines aren't just headaches; they're powerhouses of pain that affect millions of people. We sat down with Columbia's Meital Ben-Dov, MD, a migraine expert, for tips on treatment and prevention.
Traveling this weekend? With another heat wave on the way, it's a good idea to prepare before you hit the skies or the road. Dr. Seth Feltheimer offers tips to protect your well-deserved time off.
If you dread “airplane ear” when you fly, you're not alone. Columbia's Dr. Ana Kim offers plenty of tips both adults and children can try to ease the discomfort.
Gas stoves have been a huge topic of conversation as news outlets discuss potential health risks and government officials discuss new possible regulations. But what does the science say?