WHRY Executive Director, Dr. Carolyn M. Mazure, left, discusses educational programs for women's health research with WHRY-affiliated faculty members Dr. Marc N Potenza, center, and Dr. Jacob Kraemer Tebes, right.
Women's Health Research at Yale pioneers efforts to narrow the gulf in knowledge about women's health, trains new researchers to continue advancing the science, and translates findings into practice and public policy for the community we serve.
As part of its mission, the Center partners with community members and organizations to understand their needs and share vital health information for everyone to live happier, healthier, and more productive lives.
Draw an Informed Conclusion: Simple Steps Can Prevent Obesity
Today, more than two-thirds of adults in the country are considered overweight or obese, putting them at risk for coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, and more. The most recent five-year survey found that more adult women in the United States are obese than men, a trend that Women's Health Research at Yale hopes to understand and help to remedy.