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Opioid crisis roadmap overlooks gender

January 7, 2019
Women’s Health Research at Yale is calling on a government committee to revise its report on the opioid epidemic so that it reflects the unique needs of women.

It’s not epilepsy: Counseling helps those with misdiagnosed seizures

January 4, 2019
25% of seizure patients suffer from psychogenic non-epileptic seizures, but are often treated with anti-epilepsy medication anyway. Psychotherapy may be better.

Yale scientists open up new world for biologics — inside the cell

January 4, 2019
Yale researchers now report on a molecular key that can allow potentially life-saving protein drugs to work at the cellular level.

Neural fingerprints ID those likely to abstain from cocaine

January 4, 2019
A machine-learning technique developed at Yale has identified a brain network that predicts future abstinence and may help customize treatments in the future.

Web application shares ‘Science Stories’ of pioneering women at Yale

January 3, 2019
A new linked-data, image-based web application highlights the careers and achievements of women in STEM fields like Katharine Jeannette Bush and Grace Hopper.

Researchers warn of problems using mobile technologies in public health

January 3, 2019
Two new studies from the Yale School of Public Health identified problems in integrating technologies like texting and fingerprinting into public health care.

New compound shows promise in treatment of Alzheimer’s

January 2, 2019
Researchers have found a drinkable cocktail of designer molecules that interferes with a crucial first step of Alzheimer’s and even restores memory in mice.