Wendy Ross, Letter to the Editor in The New York Times

Wendy Ross, M.D., the director of the new Center for Autism and Neurodiversity at Jefferson Health and Thomas Jefferson University, recently had a letter to the editor published in the New York Times’ Book Review. Dr. Ross’s letter responded to an essay by Columbia University professor Marie Myung-Ok Lee titled “The Trouble With Autism in more »

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Five Things to Consider When Choosing an OB/GYN

When it comes to choosing an OB/GYN, things can get confusing. What factors are important to consider? What questions should you ask? Shannon Davids, MD, OB/GYN from Jefferson Methodist Hospital shares the five most important things to think through when building this important doctor/patient relationship. 1. Find someone you trust. Your physician should be someone more »

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Recipe: Heart-Healthy Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

Emily Rubin, RD, Clinical Dietitian in the Jefferson Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology shares a heart-healthy dark chocolate treat to try. Who doesn’t love chocolate? Especially knowing that it has some health benefits. Dark chocolate is low in sugar, high in fiber, contains antioxidants and may even prevent heart disease!  These peanut butter cups are made with simple more »

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