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Pet of the Week: Harry the Hound

October 10, 2019

Generic NYMC in the News LogoHarry went to New York Medical College on Tuesday for a program called 'Pet the Stress Away' for the students and faculty.

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Patch

25 Self-Care Tips to Help You Be the Best Version of You

October 09, 2019

BioIncThere’s a lot of scientific research around the benefits of disconnecting from time to time. Taking a break from social media, even for brief periods, can help lessen your anxieties, and stave off the loneliness that many feel when surfing their channels,” says Dr. Samant Virk, CEO and founder of MediSprout.

BioInc@NYMC News : Samant Virk, M.D., founder and chief executive officer of MediSprout, a BioInc client

Oprah Magazine

Dental training for special needs patients

October 09, 2019

TCDMDiagnosed with autism, Jesse was 5 when he found himself terrified to go to the dentist. But not because he needed a cavity filled, rather a regular checkup. Jesse and his parents wanted someone with a little more compassion. So after months of research, Jesse’s mom Karen found the right one.

TCDM at New York Medical College News

Fox 5 New York

Highlights from Psych Congress 2019 Posters

October 09, 2019

Leslie L. Citrome, M.D., M.P.H.SAN DIEGO — Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is a common side-effect experienced by persons with schizophrenia who are treated with atypical antipsychotics — a side-effect that is stigmatizing and can result in non-adherence — but treatment with valbenazine can effectively control TD in some patients. 

NYMC Faculty News: Leslie L. Citrome, M.D., M.P.H., clinical professor of psychiatry & behavioral sciences

Physician’s Weekly

Dr. Robert Ollar, Member Of Pike County Tick Borne Diseases Task Force To Present At Lyme Disease Conference In New York

October 08, 2019

Dr. Robert OllarDr. Robert Ollar, consulting microbiologist and member of the Pike County Tick Borne Diseases Task Force, will present “Neurologists Take Heed Lyme Neuroborreliosis Mimicry is Afoot” at the 4th annual Lyme Disease in the Era of Precision Medicine Conference on October 19 in New York City.

NYMC Faculty News: Robert A. Ollar, Ph.D., clinical assistant professor of neurology

PA Environment Digest

9 Clear Signs You’re About to Faint

October 08, 2019

Julian M. Stewart, M.D., Ph.D., headshotFainting—also called syncope—occurs when the brain experiences a sudden decrease in blood or oxygen levels (or both) due to a drop in blood pressure and heart rate. Thirty-five percent of people will have at least one fainting episode in their lifetime, either due to abnormal heart rhythms, overheating, or other causes, according to Julian Stewart, MD, professor of pediatric cardiology at New York Medical College in Hawthorne, New York. And feeling faint can happen to both children and adults. Know these symptoms of fainting and take the proper precautions to avoid injury and ensure that a one-time fainting spell doesn’t turn into a true medical emergency.

NYMC Faculty News: Julian Stewart, M.D., Ph.D., professor of pediatrics, medicine and physiology

The Healthy

FDA awards $15 million to fund trials of treatments for rare diseases

October 08, 2019

Generic NYMC in the News LogoThe FDA awarded 12 grants worth more than $15 million to fund clinical trials of medical products intended to treat patients with rare diseases. The grants were awarded through the Orphan Products Clinical Trials Grants Program, a Congress-funded initiative that promotes clinical development of drugs, biologics, medical devices and medical foods for the treatment of rare diseases.

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An Invitation To Learn: Dr. Jeremy Sugarman, NY Medical College Commencement

October 07, 2019

Generic NYMC in the News LogoDr. Sugarman gives a speech rich with advice by sharing three life experience stories. These are very unique ethical situations that can serve to provide helpful guidance to freshly anointed doctors when they face similar dilemmas or challenges down the line. 

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The Medical Commencement Archive

Before Choosing an Antipsychotic, Know the NNT and the NNH

October 06, 2019

Leslie L. Citrome, M.D., M.P.H.SAN DIEGO — Sorting through the myriad number of antipsychotic medications in the schizophrenia armamentarium is a daunting prospect for any clinician, but two readily available tools can help: number needed to treat, and number needed to harm. 

NYMC Faculty News: Leslie L. Citrome, M.D., M.P.H., clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences

 

Physician’s Weekly

Women in Wellness: “My mission is to teach women and girls about the health benefits of Yoga” With Dr. Padmini Murthy of New York Medical College

October 06, 2019

Padmini MurthyAs a speaker and executive member of the yoga day committee formed by a group of US members of NGOs affiliated with the United Nations, I speak to women about the importance of Yoga. I have authored articles on yoga and wellbeing and described the tremendous beneficial role played by yoga in improving one’s health and well being. I think in my own small way I am trying to educate people about the importance of wellness for women. This is a ripple effect as it will be passed on by those who hear about it from me or other colleagues.

NYMC Faculty News: Padmini Murthy, M.D., M.P.H., M.S., M.Phil., CHES, professor of public health and global health director and clinical assistant professor of family and community medicine

Authority Magazine

In-Hospital Mortality Hasn’t Budged Despite Changes in MCS for Cardiogenic Shock

October 04, 2019

Generic NYMC in the News LogoSAN FRANCISCO, CA—That newer forms of mechanical circulatory support (MCS) are on the rise and intra-aortic balloon pump (IABP) therapy is on the decline won’t come as a surprise to anyone watching trends in cardiogenic shock care. Less intuitively, though, the mortality rate has stayed stubbornly high despite these shifts, according to an analysis of US data on more than 400,000 patients treated between 2012 and 2015.

NYMC Faculty News: Srihari S. Naidu, M.D., professor of medicine

TCT MD

Be Wary of P Values: Ask About Effect Size

October 04, 2019

Leslie L. Citrome, M.D., M.P.H.We can measure effect size by the number of points improved on a rating scale, but that is difficult to interpret. Is a 4-point average improvement important? Hard to tell! Better off using a metric such as Number Needed to Treat (NNT) which can answer the question: "How many patients do you need to treat with one agent versus the other before expecting to encounter one additional responder?"

NYMC Faculty News: Leslie L. Citrome, M.D., M.P.H., clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences

Psychiatric Times

Foster Finds Focus Through Running

October 03, 2019

Generic NYMC in the News LogoA 2016 study by Achilles International and the New York Medical College found kids with autism who ran or walked 20 minutes twice per week significantly improved in social awareness, communication and repetitive behaviors. Foster obviously takes the running volume and his efficiency to another level.

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ABC

Pulmonary Embolism: What Duane Chapman’s Dangerous Condition Is &How It’s Treated: Docs Explain

September 30, 2019

Tanya DuttaDuane ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Chapman, 66, is facing some serious health issues. Only weeks after losing his wife Beth, 51, to cancer, the bounty hunter was hospitalized on Sept. 14 for a “heart emergency,” leading to his diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism. But what exactly is the condition, and how does it start? “A pulmonary embolism is a blood clot that forms in the large veins, usually of the legs, although sometimes the arms, breaks off and travels into the blood vessels of the lungs,” Dr. Tanya Dutta, Director of Echocardiography at Westchester Medical Center explains to HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “As the blood vessels become smaller, the clot eventually becomes lodged and obstructs blood flow. Once blood flow is obstructed, delivery of oxygen to the body decreases.”

NYMC Faculty News: Tanya Dutta, M.D., M.A., clinical assistant professor of medicine and assistant professor of radiology

 

 

Hollywood Life

Doctors of Distinction: Saluting Westchester’s top physicians

September 27, 2019

Marina Kaufman Holz, Ph.D. headshotPraise for accomplishments of the past and expressions of hope for the future in medicine were the dominant sentiments when Westfair Communications Inc. held its sixth annual Westchester Doctors of Distinction event on Sept. 24 at the Surf Club on the Sound in New Rochelle. Individuals who have influenced health care or medical science in Westchester were honored with a variety of 2019 awards.


NYMC Leadership News: 

Marina K. Holz, Ph.D., dean of the Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences and professor of cell biology and anatomy

Michael H. Gewitz, M.D., professor of pediatrics and vice chair of the Department of Pediatrics

Robert W. Amler, M.D., M.B.A., vice president for government affairs, dean of the School of Health Sciences and Practice, and professor of public health, pediatrics and environmental health science

Sherlita Amler, M.D., M.S., clinical associate professor of pediatrics, adjunct professor of public health and senior fellow for Center for Disaster Medicine

Jennifer A. Lindelof, School of Medicine Class of 2020

Westfair Communications

The $100 Tube of Toothpaste Is Here

September 24, 2019

TCDMAs with many beauty products in the world of luxury, it turns out that toothpaste isn’t really necessary. Sure, it can freshen breath and help whiten teeth, but the real benefits of brushing come from the bristles on a toothbrush and their ability to scrape and disrupt dental plaque that leads to tooth decay and gum disease. Along with flossing once a day—arguably the most important—brushing twice daily is crucial to preventing oral infections, according to the American Dental Association.

Touro College of Dental Medicine at New York Medical College: Jessica Hilburg,D.D.S., clinical practice leader and associate professor of dental medicine

Bloomberg

SCAI Shock Definition Tracks Well With Mortality in Cardiac ICU

September 24, 2019

Generic NYMC in the News LogoA new cardiogenic shock classification scheme proposed by the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) earlier this year is useful for predicting short-term mortality risk across risk categories in patients admitted to the cardiac intensive care unit (CICU), new data show.

NYMC Faculty News: Srihari S. Naidu, M.D., professor of medicine

TCT MD

9 Reasons You Have a Metallic Taste in Your Mouth: You have poor oral hygiene (Slide 3 of 9)

September 23, 2019

Touro College of Dental MedicinePoor oral hygiene could be the simple reason there is a metallic taste in your mouth, according to Isabel Garcia, DDS, a faculty member and practice leader at Touro College of Dental Medicine in Hawthorne, NY, where she oversees the clinical training of dental students. Not taking care of or cleaning your teeth could lead to gingivitis and periodontitis. According to Garcia, these beginning stages of gum disease could cause metal mouth. "Visiting your dentist every six months for a checkup and cleaning keeps you updated on the state of your oral health while also allowing an opportunity for any suggestions on how to create and maintain better health habits that are specific to you," Garcia says. Now discover the 37 secrets your dentist won't tell you.

Touro College of Dental Medicine at New York Medical College News: Isabel Garcia, D.D.S., clinic practice leader and assistant professor of dental medicine

MSN

How higher education is tackling the opioid crisis in America: #4 Partnerships with public and private sectors

September 20, 2019

Generic NYMC in the News LogoOver 130 Americans die from drug overdoses every day, the result of the country’s lethal love affair with prescription painkillers and an insidious money-making scheme purportedly orchestrated by its manufacturers.

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Psych Congress 2019: Clinical Practice Will Meet the Headlines in San Diego

September 19, 2019

Generic NYMC in the News LogoSAN DIEGO—Some 3,000 mental health professionals — psychiatrists, physician assistants, psychologists, and nurse practitioners, as well as primary care physicians — will gather here from October 3-6 for Psych Congress 2019 to receive a full download covering current approaches to management of mental health disorders, as well as an overview of emerging therapies.

NYMC Faculty News: Leslie L. Citrome, M.D., M.P.H., clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences

Physician’s Weekly

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