Weill Cornell Medicine's Women's Nutrition Connection (WNC)

Volume 22   •   Number 7  •  July 2019

Help Reduce Inflammation with Diet

Food is important for your body’s growth and development, but certain foods also play a role in reducing your risk and symptoms of inflammatory diseases. Here are some common illnesses and how you can help ease symptoms by watching what you eat. Osteoarthritis. This affects the joints—especially knees, hips, and hands—of …

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Orli R. Etingin, M.D. Director, Iris Cantor Women's Health Center; Vice Chairman, Department of Medicine; Professor of Clinical Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College
Consulting Editor
Dawn Bialy
Executive Editor
Lynn Russo Whylly
Associate Editors
Kate Brophy, Jay Roland
Tanya Freirich, R.D., Heidi Godman, David Fryxell
Editorial Support
Weill Cornell Public Affairs
Advisory Board
Jessica M. Pena, M.D., Joseph L. Jorizzo, M.D., Andrew Martorella, M.D., R. Brown, Jr. M.D., M.P.H., Amir E. Soumekh, M.D., Veronica Lofaso, M.D., Margaret Polaneczky, M.D., Shari Midoneck, M.D., Nancy Nealon, M.D., Louis Arrone, M.D., Jenna Rosenfeld, R.D., Rachel Lustgarten, R.D., Tessa Ciglar, M.D., Linda Vahdat, M.D., Jaclyn H. Bonder, M.D., Polly de Mille, R.N., Minna Fryer, M.D., Ruth Rosenblatt M.D., Lisa Sammaritano, M.D., Lisa Callahan, M.D.
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