Beth Israel Medical Center
“Their respiratory rate is a little lower, which is very good for them. If you’re in a calmer state you’re going to grow better, faster, and go home sooner,” Dr. Aimee Telsey told WCBS 880′s Marla Diamond.
Patients feeling under the weather can get full medical advice and care through Teladoc, an Internet and telephone service that links people to primary care doctors.
It would be an understatement to say the emergency room at Beth Israel Medical Center in the East Village is bursting at the seams.
Beth Israel Medical Center started the kids yoga program for four to 13-year-olds who were diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and autism, but the program’s director said the health effects of yoga are beneficial for all kids.
People who typically take charge of situations, people who respond sympathetically to others and people who are generally hopeful, are much more likely to intervene.
Sparx, a video game engineered in New Zealand, was developed to help young adults fight depression.
University of Connecticut men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun has undergone what the school says was successful surgery to address the spinal condition that has forced him to miss the Huskies’ past seven games.
Police say Officer Sherman Abrams went running along the East River in downtown Manhattan with his academy class on Monday. After completing the run he collapsed and died a short time later.
Several New York City hospitals have landed on the 2011 watch list after reporting deadly patient-safety lapses including leaving sponges and surgical instruments inside patients, according to the Niagara Health Quality Coalition.
All this week, we’ve been hearing about the amazing work of the Valerie Fund. Today, we have the story of two amazing child cancer patients and their hopes for the future.
Jamaal Coleson Jr., who would have turned 2 next month, died on Tuesday, hours after undergoing the medical procedure at Beth Israel Medical Center.
In some parts of the city, 1 in 3 expectant mothers are considered obese and Dr. Adam Buckley, an OB/GYN and patient safety expert at Beth Israel Medical Center, calls it a “significant problem.”