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Mary Kay Ash Foundation and UT Southwestern celebrate five years of successful collaboration in advancing cancer research

Mary Kay Ash Foundation and UT Southwestern celebrate five years of successful collaboration in advancing cancer research

Who will care for older adults? We’ve plenty of know-how but too few specialists

Who will care for older adults? We’ve plenty of know-how but too few specialists

Diagnosing early-stage lung cancer with CT screening improves survival rate

Diagnosing early-stage lung cancer with CT screening improves survival rate

Study offers critical insights into the assessment of orthostatic hypotension among older adults

Study offers critical insights into the assessment of orthostatic hypotension among older adults

Researchers receive NEA award to test whether a two-step music therapy improves chronic pain

Researchers receive NEA award to test whether a two-step music therapy improves chronic pain

Brain autopsy study of intimate partner violence victims shows extensive brain damage

Brain autopsy study of intimate partner violence victims shows extensive brain damage

Chemotherapy plus immunotherapy improves survival in patients with metastatic urothelial cancer

Chemotherapy plus immunotherapy improves survival in patients with metastatic urothelial cancer

Let’s have an honest conversation about what to expect as you age

Let’s have an honest conversation about what to expect as you age

How does technology impact nutrition management in older adults?

How does technology impact nutrition management in older adults?

Mount Sinai researchers receive NIH grant to compare new treatment options for sickle cell disease

Mount Sinai researchers receive NIH grant to compare new treatment options for sickle cell disease

Machine learning models in healthcare can be victims of their own success, researchers say

Machine learning models in healthcare can be victims of their own success, researchers say

$10.2M NIH grant awarded to study risk factors for malignant arrhythmias in mitral valve prolapse

$10.2M NIH grant awarded to study risk factors for malignant arrhythmias in mitral valve prolapse

Traumatic life events may directly increase your risk for dementia

Traumatic life events may directly increase your risk for dementia

Social relationships buffer the effects of negative childhood experiences on frailty

Social relationships buffer the effects of negative childhood experiences on frailty

Can deep brain stimulation unlock the cure for severe depression?

Can deep brain stimulation unlock the cure for severe depression?

Mount Sinai secures $6.2 million grant to expand the Cohen Center for Recovery From Complex Chronic Illnesses

Mount Sinai secures $6.2 million grant to expand the Cohen Center for Recovery From Complex Chronic Illnesses

Peer-led navigation program improves mental health outcomes for racially and ethnically minoritized veterans

Peer-led navigation program improves mental health outcomes for racially and ethnically minoritized veterans

Mount Sinai researchers identify the structure of a special red blood cell transporter

Mount Sinai researchers identify the structure of a special red blood cell transporter

Mount Sinai and BCRI partner to improve cardiovascular health and education in Latin America

Mount Sinai and BCRI partner to improve cardiovascular health and education in Latin America

Antipsychotics are likely overprescribed among homebound patients with dementia, study shows

Antipsychotics are likely overprescribed among homebound patients with dementia, study shows