Recent health and wellness news from across Columbia.

Stressful experiences appear to be transmitted from mother to child during pregnancy, according to a new study.

A mouse study found that the drug can alter the brain's dopamine system, boosting the case for more targeted medical use.

The new findings are the first to show brain changes over the course of years.

A new study published in the journal Nature offers reassuring data.

Twenty years since its founding, ICAP at Columbia University keeps reaching for more impact. 

Previous trials showing the adverse impact of sleep deficits on insulin sensitivity included mostly men.

The study is the first large scale and representative survey of postpartum health ever conducted in the U.S.

Columbia Health’s Senior Vice President, Melanie Bernitz, outlines what to know about COVID-19 and flu treatment and prevention.

The hub will bring together experts to engineer immune cells for early disease prevention, detection, and treatment.

Chemotherapy is essential for many cancer patients, but some suffer from cognitive impairment throughout treatment.

Neurobiologist Margaret Haney, director of Columbia’s Cannabis Research Laboratory, lays out the perils and promise of pot.

After just six weeks of shortened sleep, a study found, the cells that line our blood vessels are flooded by damaging oxidants.