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All of Us Research Program

There's a gap in medical research that only you can fill. Join the All of Us Research Program and help speed up medical breakthroughs. Call us: ...

Yoga for Anxiety and Insomnia

This class is appropriate for people with anxiety, stress, ‘monkey mind’ and poor sleep. You’ll practice postures that help you get out of the ‘fight and...

Yoga for Chronic Pain

This class is appropriate for people with musculoskeletal pain such as neck or back pain. You’ll practice postures that bring awareness to different parts...

 Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) Diversity Week Opening Keynote Address

"The Importance of Diverse Representation in Clinical Research" Dr. Dara Richardson- Heron Chief Engagement Officer, All of Us Research Program, National...

Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster (TM) Webinar

Research studies have shown patients who prepared for surgery had less pain, fewer complications and recovered sooner. Peggy Huddleston’s Prepare for...

Beginner’s Mat Pilates

This class will incorporate classical Pilates exercises and more current Pilates and ballet inspired movement, to strengthen your core and back. All...

Mindful Meditations

Start the week with meditation--a grounding, calming practice that you can take with you throughout your day. Learn the basics of mindfulness, experience a...

Group Acupuncture

Have you always wanted to try acupuncture, but haven’t done so because of the cost or lack of access? Acupuncture in a group setting can make this treatment...

Preventing Heart Disease Class

Interactive talk discussing tips to lower risk for heart disease. Topics include mindful eating, heart healthy diet education and reducing the risk of...

Yoga 4 Cancer

The healing power of yoga can help people during and after cancer treatment to manage side effects and promote recovery. Learn gentle, therapeutic poses and...

Tai Chi/Qi Gong

Qi Gong (pronounced chee goong) is an ancient system of exercises similar to Tai Chi. It includes a unique combination of gentle stretching, relaxed...

Blood Drive at Weill Cornell

At NewYork-Presbyterian, we recognize the significant role of blood donations in caring for our patients and others in the community. We are proud to partner...

Healthy Bones and Balance

This class is appropriate for people with osteoporosis, osteopenia, and those wanting to increase strength and balance skills in general. You’ll be...

Yoga for Digestive Health

You’ll practice postures that focus on the digestive system to help stimulate healthy movement while at the same time creating a sense of calm and wellbeing...

Vaping and Juuling Information Session

Substance use among adolescents and young adults has been declining recently except for one substance- nicotine. In the United States, Electronic Nicotine...

IBD Support Group

The Jill Roberts Center for IBD invites you to a support group for patients living with IBD (Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis). This group meets on the...

Pre-Diabetes & Diabetes Care: Meals, Monitoring, Medication & More; Spring 2019 Health and Wellness Seminar Series

All seminars are FREEand open to the public. Seating is available for 250 people on a first-come, first-served basis. American Sign Language interpretive...

Service of Remembrance

Memorial service for our perinatal, neonatal, and pediatric children and families

Pregnancy and Early Infant Loss Support Group

Join us in this safe and supportive environment where you can share your experiences, talk with others who understand, learn about different topics focusing...

Ostomy Support Group

Held on the second Tuesday of each month, this group is free and open to the public, and focuses on living life with an ostomy. No RSVP is required. The...

Pediatric Food Allergy & Intolerance Support Group

Please join us for the next Pediatric Food Allergy and InTolerance (FAIT) Support Group! This 1 hour event will include an allergy-focused label reading...

Free Naloxone Rescue Kit Training and Distribution

Every day in New YorkCity, about 3 people die from a drug overdose. This brief training will teach you how to recognize and reverse an opioid overdose. You...