Mount Sinai Researchers Studying Psychological Effects Of COVID-19 Pandemic On Front-Line Health Care WorkersThe COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on all of us, especially on health care workers who have had to deal with life-and-death issues for the past 18 months.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Doctors Say Youth And General Good Health Don't Mean You're ImmuneIn this Breast Cancer Awareness Month there is an important message for young women.
Mount Sinai Health System Decides Not To Use Recently FDA-Approved Alzheimer's Disease Drug AduhelmA controversial new drug for Alzheimer’s disease has hit another snag in its rollout to patients.
A Pacemaker For The Brain? New Treatment Offers Promising Hope For Severe Parkinson's Disease PatientsThere's an exciting new development in the treatment of severe Parkinson's disease that has stopped responding to medications.
City Council Legislation Aims To Tackle Racial And Gender Discrimination In Health CareSupporters say bias in health care is highlighted in high Black maternal mortality rates, a disproportionate impact of COVID on communities of color and mistrust about getting the COVID vaccine.
Mount Sinai Health Doctor One Of First On East Coast To Implant 2nd Generation Stroke-Prevention DeviceEvery year, nearly 800,000 people in the U.S. suffer a stroke, a leading cause of death and disability.
'You Have To Ask God To Take Away The Fear': Podcast Offers First-Hand Accounts From Nurses Fighting On Front Lines Of Coronavirus PandemicProducers recorded more than seven hours of interviews to create the 17-minute podcast.
Coronavirus Field Hospital In Central Park Shutting Down On MondayDuring its month of operation since April 1, the Central Park field hospital treated 315 COVID-19 cases.
Coronavirus Update: Despite Limitations, Telemedicine Proving To Be A Big Hit With Many PatientsAs coronavirus spreads and people stay home, doctors and patients are adapting to a new reality.
Coronavirus Update: Businesses, Organizations Making Up For Government's Shortcomings On PPE Procurement FrontWith this fight against coronavirus comes a constant need for protective equipment for those on the front lines, and the supplies are coming from unlikely sources.
Coronavirus Update: Doctors Urge People To Update Their Wills, Consider Advance Directives Before Pandemic WorsensDr. Ezriel Kornel - himself recovering from COVID-19 - says doctors appreciate patients who outline their wishes.
Coronavirus Update: Area Hospital Systems Announce New Policies Restricting VisitorsThe Mount Sinai Health System is restricting access to visitors at all of their hospital and ambulatory sites in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Robotic Microscope Helping Surgeons During Delicate Brain Tumor Removal ProceduresThere is amazing new technology that's helping surgeons perform the most delicate of all operations -- brain surgery.
Could Taking A Single Pill Make A Big Difference In Heart Disease?Researchers call it a polypill. That's because it's actually a combination of four drugs: Three for blood pressure and one for cholesterol.
Mets First Baseman Discovers Sleep Apnea To Blame For Underperformance On The FieldWhen first round draft pick Dominic Smith couldn't seem to focus enough to live up to his potential, his teammate on the roaster clued him in to a condition he literally was mostly sleeping through.