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Study links daily racial hassles and stress spillover to psychological distress

A new study by Cornell assistant professor Anthony Ong sheds light on precisely how chronic racial discrimination and stress spillover lead to psychological distress. (June 10, 2009)

Cornell to buy MRI scanner for cutting-edge research in behavioral and life sciences

The medical imaging device, which should be up and running by fall 2011 thanks to a $2 million federal grant, will allow researchers to delve into new areas, ranging from the biological processes to tissue engineering. (June 9, 2009)

Cornell-led study finds most overweight U.S. women gain too much weight during pregnancy

A study on new guidelines for weight gain during pregnancy, co-led by a Cornell professor, says far too many jeopardize their health and that of their baby by gaining too much or too little weight. (May 29, 2009)

Regenerative medicine expert Evans joins WCMC Department of Surgery

Todd Evans, an authority in regenerative medicine, is new vice chair for research and professor of cell and developmental biology in the Department of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College. (May 28, 2009)

Skip simple carbohydrates and practice standing on one foot, health experts assert

Authors and physicians weighed in on nutrition and women's health April 21 at the Iris Cantor Women's Health Center Annual Press Luncheon and Book-Signing event. (May 28, 2009)

Lyden receives Hartwell award for cancer research

David Lyden of Weill Cornell Medical College is one of 12 winners of the Hartwell Individual Biomedical Research Awards for his work in cancer research. (May 6, 2009)

Grad program in biological engineering tops U.S. News rankings

The magazine also ranked Cornell Law School No. 13, and the Johnson School No. 17. Weill Cornell came in at No. 18 for research and No. 58 for primary care. (May 4, 2009)

Consumer Camp participants get the skinny on overeating

About 80 professionals attended the the Cornell Food and Brand Lab's annual Consumer Camp April 17-18 to learn about how everyday external cues can affect how much people eat. (April 22, 2009)

Sick in America: Health care reform will only come with public anger, says doctor-author

Dr. Arthur Garson laid out the topography of the health care debate, defining terms and dispelling a few myths along the way, in his keynote address kicking off the Sick in America series, April 20. (April 21, 2009)