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

How Choosing Amputation Gave a New Jersey Dad His Life Back

After a devastating football injury led to decades of chronic pain, Gary Yerman chose to undergo a specialized amputation at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, allowing him to keep up with his kids — and compete as a triathlete.

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How to Make a Healthy and Crowd-Pleasing Charcuterie Board

A dietician at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens shares tips on how to create a fun and nutritious red-white-and-blue themed snack board.

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Fixing a Little Boy’s ‘Swiss Cheese’ Heart

Born with more than a dozen holes in his heart, Maverick Waler was on the path toward transplant, until he traveled across the country to NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, where specialists saved his heart and gave him the chance for a normal life.

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