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Healthy at Home: Building Strength, Nutrition and Resilience

Experts agree that a healthy lifestyle, including exercise and good nutrition, can improve your general well-being and lower your risk of serious illness and disability. Striving to be your healthiest self is also essential when you are recovering from stroke, an injury, infection or medical procedure. Three leading Weill Cornell Medicine experts will guide you through the steps to returning to good health in the comfort of your own home. Featuring: Dr. Jaspal "Ricky" Singh and Janet Lau, RDN, CDN, CLT Moderator: Dr. Joel Stein

Last Patient in COVID Recovery Unit Goes Home!

Tears flow as Agustin Tlathuetl sees his children for the first time in months and thanks his caregivers at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center for giving him a second chance at life. After two months in the ICU, Tlathuetl's condition slowly but steadily improved, and he was eventually weaned off the ventilator and moved to the COVID Recovery Unit, under the direction of Dr. Leroy Lindsay and Dr. Laura Kolbe.

Dr. Ricky Singh at the Weill Cornell Center for the Performing Artists

Dr. Ricky Singh and his team of doctors from Weill Cornell Center for the Performing Artists sharing invaluable information with dancers at a free health and wellness session today at Battery Dance. Rush down to 380 Broadway for the 2nd session beginning at 2 pm today. This is a great opportunity! — with Bijan Qutub, Natalia Mesa, Carly Siegler, Ricky Singh and The Center for the Performing Artist at NYP / Weill Cornell at Battery Dance.

"Seeing her, that one visit, my life turned around."

Jaclyn Bonder, MD, is one of just a dozen physiatrists nationwide who specialize in women’s health rehabilitation with a focus on ob/gyn-related issues. An assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medicine, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Bonder treats numerous pregnant and postpartum patients with musculoskeletal problems, as well as those with other conditions related to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction and weakness. “When patients come to me, they’ve often lost hope,” Bonder says. “I find it really gratifying to keep digging, to think outside the box to try to figure it out.

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