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The physicians and scientists in the Department of Medicine are continuously making discoveries and providing insights that have a significant impact on science, medicine and, ultimately, people’ lives. Their research and medical expertise are recognized in prestigious academic journals as well as the mainstream press and social media outlets. The Department of Medicine has multiple platforms to highlight and share their medical breakthroughs, advice and recommendations.

Please take a look at some of the latest pieces from our DOM faculty members:

Summertime, when the breathing is not so easy by David Steiger, MD for Our Town

Healthy kidneys, all summer long by Joshua Rein, DO, for Our Town 

Don't let joint pain wear you down by Priya Chokshi, MD for Our Town

Signs of spring: daffodils and allergies by Roshni Naik, MD for Our Town

Pancreatic cancer: what you need to know by Aimee Lucas, MD, MS for Our Town

Stop Avoiding that Colonoscopy, by Ian Cohen, MD, for Our Town

Is It Really Just a Nervous Stomach? by Jessica Gelman, MS for Our Town

You and Your Thyroid: What You Need to Know by Stephanie Behringer-Massera, MD for Our Town

Managing Diabetes Over the Holidays by Rahul Agarwal, MD for Our Town

What It Means to Drink in Moderation by Amon Asgharpour, MD for Our Town

When seniors start sneezing by Dr. Mauli Desai for Our Town

Managing your weight as you age
by Dr. Reshmi Srinath for Our Town

Barbara Murphy, MD, Honored By Her Alma Mater in Ireland for Inside Mount Sinai

Novel Product to Help Patients at Risk for Kidney Disease for Inside Mount Sinai

Popular diets: how to digest it all by gastroenterologist Dr. Joshua Novak for Our Town

Screening for colorectal cancer by gastroenterologist Dr. Pascale White for Our Town

Confronting flu season by infectious disease specialist Dr. Nicole Bouvier for Our Town

Syphilis in the City
 by infectious disease specialist Dr. Michelle Cespedes for Our Town

Take the Time to Check for Ticks
 by infectious disease specialist Dr. Christine Stavropoulos for Our Town

Sleep and the City 
 by sleep medicine specialist Dr. Neomi Shah for Our Town

Spring and Allergy Season Have Sprung
 by immunologist Dr. Shradha Agarwal for Our Town

Is it a cold or do I have allergies in the winter?
 by immunologist Dr. Shradha Agarwal for Our Town

Thyroid Cancer: It’s Not Simply a Pain in the Neck by endocrinologist Dr. Deena Adimoolam for Our Town

Early Intervention May Prevent Irreversible Damage in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
 by gastroenterologist Dr. Ryan Ungaro for Inside Mount Sinai
 
Why the Benefits of Hepatitis C Drug Therapies Outweigh the Risks
 by liver specialist, Dr. Douglas Dieterich for Inside Mount Sinai

Researchers Identify Genes That Predict Damage in Donated Kidneys
, Dr. Barbara Murphy for in Inside Mount Sinai 

How Might Physical Exercise Stimulate Bone Synthesis? by endocrinologist Dr. Mone Zaidi for Inside Mount Sinai

Delay in Diagnosing Psoriatic Arthritis Can Have Dire Consequences
 by rheumatologist Dr. Yousaf Ali for Inside Mount Sinai

Remote Monitoring Improves Readmission Rates for Heart Failure Patients, cardiologist Dr. Sean Pinney for Inside Mount Sinai

A New Focus of Study for Liver Disease Specialists, liver specialist Dr. Scott Friedman for Inside Mount Sinai

Rare Tumor May Provide Road Map to Diabetes Therapies, endocrinologist Dr. Andrew Stewart for Inside Mount Sinai

Blocking a Hormone Builds Bone and Burns Fat At Menopause, a Promising Study Finds, endocrinologist Dr. Andrew Stewart for Inside Mount Sinai 

Leader in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Research is Chief of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease, endocrinologist Dr. Andrea Dunaif for Inside Mount Sinai

Patient's Art Brightens Cancer Treatment Center, cancer specialist Dr. Sundar Jagannath for Inside Mount Sinai

Chief of Mount Sinai Heart Leads Panel on Global Health, cardiologist Dr. Valetin Fuster for Inside Mount Sinai

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