Our Published Work
Quarterly Newsletter - Innovations in Women's Health
Women’s Health Research at Yale’s primary method of informing the community about our latest findings is our quarterly newsletter, “Innovations in Women’s Health.”
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Article Reprints - Click to read about some of our studies...
- Making Sense of Research Reports in the Media
- Quitting Smoking: Is It More Difficult for Women than for Men?
- Understanding the Women's Health Initiative Study on Combination Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Sexually Transmitted Infections and Women's Health
- Women & Cardiovascular Disease: What we don't know can hurt us.
Understanding Depression in Women: Applying Empirical Research to Practice and Policy
Edited by Carolyn M. Mazure and Gwendolyn Puryear Keita
American Psychological Association, April 2006
Depression remains more common in women than men, and is the leading cause of disability for women worldwide. This book highlights contemporary research on causes, treatment and prevention strategies for depression, and proposes how these findings can inform practice and provide the basis for more effective mental health policy.
Globalization, Women, and Health in the 21st Century
Edited by Ilona Kickbusch, Kari A. Hartwig, and Justin M. List
Palgrave MacMillan, December 2005
This book on globalization and women's health features the work of several Yale professors. The book includes a chapter by Dr. Carolyn M. Mazure on "The Case for Women's Health Research in the Unites States: Grassroots Efforts, Legislative Change, and Scientific Development."
Does Stress Cause Psychiatric Illness?
Edited by Carolyn M. Mazure, Ph.D.