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The following is a list of print and broadcast (television and radio) media interviews, profiling Mount Sinai Health System physicians.

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August 29, 2013: Dr. Steven Wolf, Director of Pediatric Epilepsy at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, offers his insight about a 5-year-old boy from Arizona who has been prescribed medical marijuana to treat a genetic disorder that causes epilepsy.

August 28, 2013: Mount Sinai Beth Israel neurologist and headache expert, Dr. Sait Ashina, discusses a study he co-authored and published in the journal Neurology that found migraine might be a risk factor for structural changes in the brain.

August 21, 2013: Dr. Marc Stoller, Associate Chairman of the Emergency Department at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, weighs in on the dangers of drinking and Citi Biking.

July 1, 2013: Dr. Keith Rose and Dr. Barbara Wexelman of Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt discuss their study, which found formatting constraints force many doctors to inaccurately report causes of death.

June 26, 2013: Dr. Mary O’Sullivan of Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt examines why smoking rates are at new lows.

May 28, 2013: Why is it so important for hospital workers to wash their hands? Dr. Brian Koll, Chief of Infection Control at Mount Sinai Beth Israel explains.

April 15, 2013: Dr. Joanne Loewy, Director of the Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine, shares study results on the health benefits of music therapy for premature babies.

April 3, 2013: 6-year-old Haylie Howe is cured of a deadly brain malformation, thanks to the expertise of the team at the Center for Endovascular Surgery at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt  Hospital.

April 2, 2013:  Dr. Jeffrey Rabrich of Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt explains how to manage a freak injury on the playing field.

March 29, 2013:  Dr. Robert Klein of Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt talks about when antibiotics are really necessary.

March 22, 2013: The Broadway world comes together for the broadwayUNLOCKED benefit concert to fund services of the Crime Victims Treatment Center at St. Luke’s-Mount Sinai Roosevelt.

March 22, 2013:  Can a bikini wax lead to a sexually transmitted infection? Dr. Tracy Zivin-Tutela of Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt separates myth from fact.

March 14, 2013: Could aspirin prevent skin cancer? Dr. Desiree Ratner from Continuum Cancer Centers of New York reacts to a new study.

March 6, 2013: Dr. Alejandro Berenstein shares with Fox News Latino the modern technique he is using to treat a young, Dominican boy with a disfiguring blood vessel malformation

March 6 2013: Photo montage and profile on 2-year-old Dominican boy who is receiving life-changing surgery at Mount Sinai Roosevelt’s Center for Endovascular Surgery to treat a disfiguring lesion on the side of his face.

March 6, 2013: Dr. Alejandro Berenstein shares with NY1 Noticias the modern technique he is using to treat a young, Dominican boy with a disfiguring blood vessel malformation.

December 22, 2012:  Estonian boy, 12, overjoyed after Dr. Alejandro Berenstein and Dr. Milton Waner remove rare and benign facial tumor

June 5, 2012: Dr. David Carr-Locke at Mount Sinai Beth Israel fulfills a promise by giving ten free colonoscopies to Chinese patients.

April 30, 2012: Avery Ragsdale, a client of the Crime Victims Treatment Center at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt hosts star-studded fundraiser benefit program to raise much-needed funds for the program, which is supported entirely by grants.

March 25, 2012: Dr. Gabriel Sara at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt speaks to Melanie Grace West, columnist for “Donor of the Day” at the Wall Street Journal discussing the various complimentary therapies offered at the Suite, funded by Fuad Sawaya

February 3, 2012: The Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at Mount Sinai Beth Israel and the Vascuar Birthmarks Institute at Mount Sinai Roosevelt are profiled for the “The Cure for the Common Hospital” special article

January 5, 2012: Retired Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt psychiatric nurse, Mary Anderson profiled for her work as a volunteer at the New York Therapeutic Riding Center

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November 11, 2013:  Dr. Alison Estabrook, Chief, Division of Breast Surgery at Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt is an advocate for mammograms. She says they help find cancer early, so patients will survive and likely need less treatment than if the cancer is detected at later stage.

August 15, 2013:  Dr. Carolyn Brockington discusses how young adults may experience decreased cognitive function and poor memory as a result of technology over-use.

August 9, 2013:  Emergency room toxicologist, Dr. Tod Bania, explains the rising number of stimulant-drug-related ER visits and warns about the health risks associated with misuse of these medications.

July 22, 2013:  Diabetes expert Dr. Gerald Bernstein warns about the staggering  risks associated with the diabetes epidemic plaguing New York City.

July 11, 2013:  Dr. Rob Gotlin, Director of Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation for the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, offers tips for how to stay safe when riding a Citi Bike.

July 10,2013: Royal Baby Time! Dr. Jacques Moritz discusses the positives of natural birth

June 28, 2013: Stop watching so much television! Dr. Richard Rosenthal comments on television binge watching

June 20, 2013: Dr. Igor Galynker discusses how binge shopping can actually be linked to bipolar disorder

June 11, 2013: Dr. Paul Rinaldi responds to the psychiatric manual DSM 5 now listing caffeine intoxication and withdrawal as mental disorders

May 15, 2013:  Dr. Alison Estabrook, Chief, Division of Breast Surgery at Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt discusses options for women who test positive for the BRCA gene mutation

April 13, 2013: Dr. Mark Sherrid of Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt celebrates with an organist whose life he helped save 10 years ago

April 8, 2013: Can low income women be more prone to dying during and after childbirth? Dr. Jacques Moritz discusses the importance of getting the right care

April 5, 2013: Dr. Jacques Moritz expresses his thrill in the NYC judge's decision to omit age limit for morning after pill

April 3, 2013: Christopher Bromson from the Crime Victims Treatment Center at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt discusses the need for treatment and funding for survivors of violent crime.

March 5, 2013: Mount Sinai Beth Israel ophthalmologist Dr. Jay Wisnicki sheds light on a test to detect lazy eye in young children.

Feb 28, 2013: Hurricane Sandy Baby Boom? Dr. Jacques Moritz takes a look at the past and how tragic events can correlate with more births

February 27, 2013: Dr. Lawrence Newman, Director of the Headache Institute at Mount Sinai Roosevelt, dishes on the latest gadgets to help migraine sufferers.

February 27, 2013: Dr. Michael Bagner tells FoxNewsChannel about Beth Israel’s new Teladoc initiative, a new system that allows patients to connect with doctors online and over the phone, 24 hours a day.

February 20, 2013: Doctors from the Hyman Newman Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Mount Sinai Roosevelt collaborate on the care of adorable 2-year-old Camilla Garate, performing an amazing surgery to treat her Brain of Galen malformation.

January 25, 2013: The Headache Institute’s Dr. Joshua Cohen talks with CBS This Morning anchors about a pair of new studies that seek to answer the mystery behind the cause of migraines.

January 17, 2013: Dr. Elizabeth Enschede tells CBS 880 radio reporter Marla Diamond about Mount Sinai Beth Israel’s Teladoc initiative, and Internet and telephone service that links people to primary care doctors without the in-office visit.

January 16, 2013: Dr. Carolyn Brockington, Director of the Stroke Program at Mount Sinai Roosevelt, talks with Katie Couric how stroke can happen to anyone regardless of their age.

January 8, 2013: Dr. Steven Beldner, a hand surgeon at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, discusses symptoms and treatment of “Mommy Thumb,” an ailment that plagues many new moms.

December 21, 2012:  Dr. Robert Goodman and Dr. Walter Choi team up to offer precision radiation treatment for trigeminal neuralgia, a condition so painful that it has been dubbed “the suicide disease

September 10: 2012: Learn more about The Helen Sawaya Fund, a refuge for patients undergoing cancer treatments at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt.

July 2, 2012: Dr. Peter McCann discusses a new study that touts the health benefits of seaweed

June 18, 2012: Dr. Naomi Lubarr talks about how the neurological condition called dystonia is often misdiagnosed

June 18, 2012: Dr. Margaret Furman at Mount Sinai Beth Israel discusses why moderate exercise may be better for you

June 12, 2012: Dr. Paul Rinaldi at Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt talks about Governor Cuomo’s plan to ease up marijuana possession laws which draw up a debate

June 6, 2012: Dr. Milton Waner’s patient, Clint Ramie, profiled for Part 1 of a two-part series about the life-changing surgery he underwent at the Vascular Birthmarks Institute to treat his port-wine stain

June 5, 2012: Dr. Milton Waner’s patient, Clint Ramie, profiled for Part 1 of a two-part series about the life-changing surgery he underwent at the Vascular Birthmarks Institute to treat his port-wine stain

June 5, 2012: Dr. Peter McCann comments on new, therapeutic clothing that claims to improve posture to alleviate back pain

June 1, 2012: Dr. Benjamin Rosenstadt, orthopedic hand surgeon at Mount Sinai Roosevelt, discusses a painful condition, dubbed “mommy wrist”

May 23, 2012: Dr. Carolyn Brockington discusses Strokes: The Silent Killer of Women

May 10, 2012: Dr. Joyce Fogel talks about the benefits of exercise for seniors

May 4, 2012: Dr. Robert Gotlin, Director of Orthopaedic and Sports Rehabilitation at Mount Sinai Beth Israel discusses recovery for torn ACL, related to Mariano Rivera’s recently torn ACL

March 22, 2012: Dr. Stacey Silvers at Mount Sinai Beth Israel discusses cotton swabs which are possible cause for hearing problems

March 7, 2012 : Dr. Hale Yarmohammadi at Mount Sinai Beth Israel talks about For Many, Mild Temps Bring Unseasonably Early Allergies”

February 14, 2012: Beth Israel geriatrician, Dr. Joyce Fogel, comments on breakthroughs in science and technology that may extend life expectancy

Feb 14, 2012: Dr. Lisa Ganjhu at St. Luke's & Roosevelt discusses PPI’s and osteoporosis risk for women whereby it is now said that proton pump inhibitors are drugs to treat heartburn and acid reflux and they're considered safe, but some of us may be at risk for bone fractures and it can make the risk of fractures in some women even worse.

January 31, 2012: Dr. Alejandro Berenstein and his team at Mount Sinai Roosevelt give 4-year-old Ethopian girl a new chance at life

 

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