Orthobiologics uses injured cheerleader’s stem cells to speed her recovery
Orthobiologics is a therapy that uses natural substances found in the body to help injuries heal faster and typically better.
Study: Humanitarian program benefits mental health of Syrian refugee youth
A new study demonstrates that an eight-week humanitarian intervention can improve the mental health of individuals affected by Syria’s war.
Severe anxiety best treated with drugs and therapy
Children and teens with severe anxiety need both behavioral therapy and medication for the best chance of improvement, a new Yale-led analysis has found.
Yale’s Paul Bloom to receive $1 million Klaus Jacobs Prize
Psychologist Paul Bloom is the recipient of the $1 million Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize for his investigations into how children develop a sense of morality.
Experts to discuss gems and minerals around the world at Peabody symposium
The 2017 Yale Mineral and Gem Symposium will take place at the Peabody Museum on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Researchers mobilize to save storm-ravaged Monkey Island
Researchers are working to save a valued research site devastated by Hurricane Maria — both the rhesus monkeys who live there and the staff who support them.
Hospital mortality rates after heart attack differ by age
Researchers show that hospital mortality rates for older patients with heart attack are not necessarily representative of mortality rates for younger adults.