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Endometriosis occasionally pops up on medical shows through case-of-the-week storylines.
Kadia Paddy had a healthy pregnancy but still had concerns and fears about caring for her newborn after his birth.
Throughout her career, Dr. Tracy Bohn Hemmerdinger has been dedicated to enhancing care in the communities she serves.
Source:Allure MagazineMarch 22, 2022
There are quite a few period products to choose from, but few hold a candle to the best menstrual cups when it comes to efficacy and sustainability.
Source:Health MattersMarch 21, 2022
In honor of Women’s History Month, 11 women from across NewYork-Presbyterian share how they’re working to improve health care and how their patients inspire them.
- January 21, 2022
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center is pleased to welcome Uma M. Reddy, MD, MPH as our new Vice Chair of Research.
- January 15, 2022
The Department of Ob/Gyn at CUIMC is pleased to welcome Jessica Opoku-Anane, MD, MS as a new faculty member in the Division of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery.
Source:The LilyDecember 8, 2021
Earlier this week, Hanne Blank, a historian of sexuality and medicine, saw a tweet going viral that reminded her of a chapter of feminist history from 50 years ago.
Source:STAT NewsDecember 6, 2021
When a pediatrician put Maya Prokupets on the birth control pill at age 15 to prevent pregnancy, she doesn’t remember being given any information on possible side effects.
Source:UndarkDecember 1, 2021
Erin Bascom's job shifted to work-from-home in mid-March 2020, around the same time that she and her husband decided to keep their daughter home from daycare.
Source:NewYork-Presbyterian Patient StoriesNovember 15, 2021
Patti Murillo-Casa, 62, was shocked to hear that the vaginal bleeding she had been experiencing between periods was due to cervical cancer.