Film & Television

Oscars 2019: Less Host, More Diversity

By Alexandra MacAaron
This year's Academy Awards took steps to reinvent itself, recognizing that viewing habits are changing and that Hollywood needs to represent more of America — more women, more blacks, Latinos, Asians, and immigrants — in the films and filmmakers it honors.
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Ask Dr. Pat

Congestive Heart Failure in Women

By James A. Blake, M.D.
This week’s post addresses the concerns of a 53-year old woman who has suffered heart failure. Dr. Allen has asked cardiologist Dr. James Blake, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, to describe the diagnosis and treatment of early congestive heart failure, especially in women.
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Emotional Health

Becoming “Woke” at 65

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
I have enjoyed steady economic stability and freedom from hardship, and have taken it for granted more than I should have. In recent years, I have become even more aware of how insulated I have been from many obstacles others face by the simple accident of my birth.
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