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Week of September 8, 2015

Can That iPad Cause Myopia?

 
P&S researchers have discovered a gene that causes nearsightedness in kids who spend a lot of time reading or doing other “nearwork.”  
 

Big Soda and Obesity

 
Mailman School scientists weigh in on research funding and what’s really fueling the obesity epidemic.

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Twitter as a Public Health Tool

 
A Columbia Nursing study demonstrates how the social media platform can be a tool for public health officials.

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Medicine's History, Illustrated

 
Several rare medical texts with striking imagery are newly available online from CUMC’s Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library.

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CUMC in the News


"How to Halt the Violence"  MORE HEADLINES
 

Photo of the Week

Vanessa Corwin, Physical Therapy, snapped a picture of eggplant at the Tuesday Greenmarket as she chose the ones she would take home to sauté with garlic and olive oil.

Submit a photo of the week by email and find more community photos on our Instagram feed @ColumbiaMed.

Events

 
Musical Mondays
CUMC musical performances
9/28/15, 10/26/15, 12/7/15, 6 p.m.
Bard Hall Lounge

 
History of the Health Sciences Lecture Series with Bert Hansen, PhD
"Louis Pasteur and the Pleasures of Art"
10/8/15, 5:30 p.m. refreshments, 6 p.m. lecture
 Russ Berrie Pavilion, Room 2
 
Andrew D. Hyman Memorial Lecture with Former HHS Secretary Donna E. Shalala 
“Universal Healthcare: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?”
10/15/15, 4 p.m., Alumni Auditorium, 650 W. 168th Street, First Floor

Announcements


Starting today, the Barnes & Noble campus store is extending its hours of operation. New hours: Mon.-Fri.: 6:30 a.m. - 8 p.m., Sat. & Sun.: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. READ MORE

Hilltop Perk opened its new location at 83 Haven Ave. Stop by for Stumptown coffee, snacks, and more. READ MORE   
                

On 9/12, from 6 a.m.-6 p.m., 168th & 169th streets between Fort Washington and Haven avenues and Haven Avenue between 168th and 170th streets will be closed to accommodate equipment delivery. READ MORE

 
 
 
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