Unexpected uncertainty can breed paranoia, researchers find
In times of unexpected uncertainty, such as the sudden appearance of a global pandemic, people may be more prone to paranoia, says a new Yale study.
Yale researchers join partnership to expand HIV prevention in New Haven
APNH: A Place to Nourish Your Health is working with Yale researchers to develop social networking apps to engage more young at-risk men in HIV prevention.
Yale scientists reveal how mutations in metabolism can drive cancer
Yale Cancer Center scientists have identified mutations in metabolite-producing genes as a disruption of DNA repair that can make cancer more likely.
Study: Targeted therapy benefits patients with early stage lung cancer
Yale Cancer Center researchers have found that treatment with osimertinib following surgery significantly improves disease-free survival for some patients.
Acute illnesses and injuries raise seniors’ risk of severe disability
Older patients have a much higher chance of progressively developing a severe disability when they are hospitalized for an illness or injury such as a fall.
Vaping and COVID-19: Is now a ‘reachable moment’ to help your teen quit?
Researchers are investigating how vaping might impact the immune system. But it can’t be good for resistance to coronavirus, says Yale’s Dr. Ellen Foxman.
Infection prevention for COVID-19: an illustrated summary
Yale School of Medicine Ph.D. student Clara Liao explains hygiene, social distancing, how to properly wear a mask, and more in this informational video.