Yale, Kenyan scientists renew collaboration on tsetse fly research
On March 16, President Salovey and YSPH’s Serap Aksoy took part in a signing ceremony with Kenyan leaders to continue a collaboration in biomedical science.
Hospitals with higher post-discharge ER visits have fewer readmissions
A Yale team analyzed the files of Medicare beneficiaries who were hospitalized for heart attack, heart failure, and pneumonia between July 2011 and June 2012.
Psychopaths’ disregard for others is not automatic
According to new research, psychopaths do have the ability consider the thoughts of others — if there is a specific goal they want to accomplish.
Shifts in 2016 voting patterns linked to drops in reported well-being
Shifts in voting patterns during recent elections have been attributed to several issues, from rising unemployment to declining health, among others.
As dinosaurs died, new species of fish filled the ocean
The evolutionary dawn of thousands of species of modern vertebrate fish occurred 66 million years ago, just as dinosaurs were dying out, says new research.
Study identifies potential therapy for disease affecting preemies
20% of premature infants suffer a potentially fatal hemorrhage in a vital region of the brain. New Yale research may provide a life-saving treatment option.
Household immigration status may impact Medicaid enrollment, study finds
Individuals who are eligible for Medicaid and live in households with undocumented immigrants appear less likely to enroll, new Yale research finds.