Mount Sinai Plans Comprehensive Outpatient Medical Office for Five Towns Community
February 15, 2013
Lawrence Board of Education accepts bid to sell School 6 property to Simone Healthcare Development; public referendum scheduled for March 20.
Electronic Medical Records at The Mount Sinai Medical Center Shown to Greatly Improve Quality of Care
February 8, 2013
Mount Sinai leadership applauds NYC Mayor Bloomberg, CDC Chief Tom Frieden for expanding NYC EMR initiative to help improve patient care.
Mount Sinai’s Primary Care Associates and Mount Sinai Diabetes Center Relocate to New State-of-the-Art Facility
October 22, 2012
The move places physicians from both areas side-by-side and will allow for better coordinated and more comprehensive patient care.
Maternal Type 2 Diabetes and Low Income Significantly Increase Risk for ADHD in Children
January 2, 2012
Mount Sinai researchers have found that low socioeconomic status and gestational diabetes together increase the risk of ADHD in children 14-fold.
New York Academy of Medicine Awards Philip J. Landrigan, MD, 2009 Stephen Smith Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Public Health
November 18, 2009
Director of the Children's Environmental Health Center at Mount Sinai and lead investigator for the National Children's Study, Dr. Landrigan helps shape environmental health policies worldwide.
Mount Sinai Study Finds Strong Link Between Neighborhood Factors and Childhood Obesity in Harlem
April 16, 2009
Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found that children from East Harlem are three times more likely than other U.S. children to be overweight.
Language Barriers May Interfere with the Care of Asthma Patients
January 29, 2009
Juan P. Wisnivesky, MD, MPH, of Mount Sinai School of Medicine, has authored a paper showing that Hispanics with limited proficiency in English are at higher risk of worse asthma outcomes.
Mount Sinai Researchers Launch Nation’s Largest Federally-Funded Children’s Health Study in Queens
January 13, 2009
The National Children’s Study will examine how environmental factors affect 100,000 children over the next 20 years. Philip J. Landrigan, MD, is the study’s principal investigator for New York.