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New York Presbyterian Health Matters - Stories of Science, Care & Wellness

Saving Two Babies' Lives With One Pioneering Approach to Transplantation

In a first-of-its-kind “domino” heart valve transplant in infants, cardiac surgeons at NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital save two babies born with heart defects.

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The HIV Epidemic: From Deadly Crisis to Routine Care

For more than three decades, NewYork-Presbyterian’s HIV clinics have worked on the front lines of treating and preventing HIV.

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How Is The Liver Like a Lizard and a Starfish?

Its remarkable powers include the ability to regenerate. The “Super Liver” makes living liver donation possible.

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Do Coffee Drinkers Live Longer?

Dr. Rekha Kumar, an endocrinologist with NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, talks about the effects of caffeine on the brain and body.

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How to Foster Healthy Eating Habits and Understand Eating Disorders

Dr. Evelyn Attia, the director of the Center for Eating Disorders at NewYork-Presbyterian, discuss the differences between healthy and unhealthy eating, how to recognize the signs of eating disorders, and what treatment options are available today.

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How to Avoid School Avoidance

Dr. Anne Marie Albano, co-clinical director for the Center for Youth Mental Health at NewYork-Presbyterian, talks about the reasons behind school avoidance and the best steps for supporting children when school refusal becomes an issue.

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