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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

PrimeCuts 7 min read

By Charles Gillihan, MD

Peer Reviewed

With medicine advancing at such a rapid pace, it is crucial for physicians to keep up with the medical literature.  This can quickly become an overwhelming …

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One Diet Does Not Fit All

Class Act 6 min read

By Ashira Lubkin, PhD

Peer Reviewed

For me, one of the most difficult things to do in outpatient medicine is to tell a patient that they need to lose weight. Weight loss …

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

PrimeCuts 6 min read

By Jonathan Rosenthal, MD

Peer Reviewed

With medicine advancing at such a rapid pace, it is crucial for physicians to keep up with the medical literature.  This can quickly become an overwhelming endeavor …

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

PrimeCuts 7 min read

By Wataru Ebina, MD, PhD

Peer Reviewed

With medicine advancing at such a rapid pace, it is crucial for physicians to keep up with the medical literature.  This can quickly become an overwhelming endeavor given the …

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Core IM: July Stories

CORE IM Podcast 1 min read

By: Shreya P. Trivedi MD || Graphic: Matt Leupold || Audio: Harit Shah

Transitions can be hard. Laugh, commiserate and be inspired by these July stories in the hospital!

Let’s help each other feel a little less alone in the struggle, be more understanding and compassionate or laugh at ourselves. Please share this episode with …

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

PrimeCuts 8 min read

By Catherine Varnum, MD

Peer Reviewed

With medicine advancing at such a rapid pace, it is crucial for physicians to keep up with the medical literature.  This can quickly become an overwhelming …

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Chiefs’ Inquiry Corner

Being an outstanding physician and lifelong learner requires stoking the flames of clinical curiosity.  In Chiefs’ Inquiry Corner (CIC) we attempt to succinctly answer actual clinical questions that have been raised on the wards and in the clinics of NYU’s teaching hospitals.  Our answers are not meant to be all …

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