Pregnant Women Should Not Risk Transmission of Zika Virus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a travel alert recommending that pregnant women in any trimester consider postponing travel to those Latin American and Caribbean countries where there has been active transmission of the Zika virus.

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Silver Diamine Fluoride Works To Freeze Cavities

It was obvious to one Bronx mother that her three-year-old’s teeth were decayed as a result of the bottle of milk she put him to sleep with every night as an infant.

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Stethoscope Still Plays A Role In Doctor-Patient Relation

When you think of doctors, you can’t help but think of the stethoscope.  Historically, it’s been as much a part of the physician’s attire as the white lab coat.

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VP Ruth Cassidy Elected to New York State Council of Health System Pharmacies Board of Directors

Ruth E. Cassidy, B.S.,PharmD., FACHE, Vice President of Clinical Services and Chief Pharmacy Officer has been elected to the New York State Council of Health System Pharmacies Board of Directors as Director, Industry Affairs.

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First Ever CUNY Medical School Established Through Partnership with SBH Health System in the Bronx

Several years ago the City College of New York, looking to establish the first CCNY School of Medicine, searched the greater New York metropolitan area for a hospital that would serve as its partner.

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