Cyril Sahyoun, MD, of the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, is this year’s recipient of the Major Clinical Year Outstanding Teacher Award by the College of Physicians and Surgeons Class of 2016. Read on.
If you are the parent of a teen, does trying to talk about underage drinking, drug use, social media, and sexual health make you want to pull your hair out? When health issues arise, it can help to have a board-certified specialist who is trained to speak—and translate—their language, especially on such touchy subjects. Read on.
The brain is intimately connected to every other part of the body, and when the brain is injured, organ systems including the muscles, lungs, and digestive tract are affected, too. Read more.
Columbia West Side Pediatrics had a “spook-tacular” Halloween! Staff members decorated the office to kick-off the festivities, and also put on costumes for the ghoulish holiday. Read more.