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March 2019

Isabella

Isabella
 
Isabella’s Story

At only 13 years old, Isabella Ciriello is already an accomplished musician, playing multiple instruments including piano and guitar. Isabella uses her developing talent to uplift others, too. For example, she recently commemorated World Prematurity Month by playing classical guitar for the tiniest of fans—newborn babies at NewYork-Presbyterian Komansky Children’s Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

For Isabella, the performance was more than just a concert—it was a personal expression of gratitude and empathy. That is because, Isabella was a premature infant herself. Born 16 weeks early and weighing only 1.5 pounds, she spent the first 12 weeks of her life in the same NICU she would later fill with beautiful music. Her journey is yet another example of the amazing things that happen at NewYork-Presbyterian every day, thanks to your generous support.

Isabella

 

 

doctors

doctor

Join NewYork-Presbyterian as we salute our incredible team of physicians on their annual day of recognition, National Doctors’ Day, on March 30. It is a great opportunity to show appreciation for any doctor whose skill and compassion had an impact on your life.

As a valued NewYork-Presbyterian supporter, you play a major role in keeping our family of doctors the finest anywhere. Please consider investing in this extraordinary standard of excellence again—while honoring a doctor you admire—by making a special Doctors' Day contribution today.

Your gift is an investment in the world-class care that makes NewYork-Presbyterian the #1 hospital in our region. Thank you!

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juice

juice

There is no doubt the juicing trend is on the rise, but is it really healthy for you? In short, no. To help explain why, Shira Sussi, MS, RD, CDN, Clinical Nutritionist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, and Helen Mullen, MS, RD, CDN, CNSC, Clinical Nutrition Supervisor at
NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital, discussed the juicing trend in a recent Health Matters interview. In the interview, they offer healthier alternatives to juicing so you can continue to meet your own personal nutrition goals.

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cancer

cancer

According to the American Cancer Society, colon cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer deaths for men and women in the United States. To help you understand the risks associated with colon cancer, and in recognition of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, NewYork-Presbyterian and Everyday Health will host a special colon health Twitter chat on March 7 from 12:30-1:30pm. To join the conversation, follow NewYork-Presbyterian on Twitter @nyphospital and tweet your question or comment along with the hashtag #ColorectalCancerChat.

 

 

yogurt

yogurt

It's often said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. The registered dietitians and chefs of NewYork-Presbyterian have created a tasty breakfast recipe for you that combines Greek yogurt, chia seeds, fresh cherries, and bananas for a satisfying bounty of protein, calcium, fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and other vitamins and minerals. It's a delicious way to start your day right!

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