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Kamil Faridi, MD, MSc, received a prestigious K23 career development award from the NHLBI.
- September 23, 2022
A Yale study found persistent racial and ethnic disparities in multimorbidity, which is defined as the presence of two or more concurrent chronic health conditions, in the United States over a 20-year period.
- September 21, 2022Source: American Society on Aging
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly one in five people infected with COVID suffer from symptoms that persist beyond four weeks.
- September 16, 2022
New research from Yale Cancer Center reveals a higher risk of cancer mortality in incarcerated adults, as well as among those diagnosed with cancer in the first year after release from prison.
- September 16, 2022Source: Medscape Cardiology
Wearing a cuffless device on the wrist to continuously monitor blood pressure (BP) was associated with a significantly lower systolic BP at 6 months among hypertensive adults, real-world results from Europe show.
- September 13, 2022
The use of AI to analyze complex datasets presents a groundbreaking opportunity to answer questions previously beyond the reach of biomedical researchers. The Bridge2AI program will support the creation of accessible, AI-ready datasets that can be used multiple times for a range of medical challenges.
- September 12, 2022Source: ABC News
Wyoming has the lowest percentage of vaccinated residents at 51.9%.
- September 06, 2022Source: Yale Daily News
A research collaboration between Yale New Haven Hospital and Harvard found that states with high vaccination rates were successful in eliminating excess mortality due to COVID-19.
- August 30, 2022Source: YaleNews
In Massachusetts, a state with a high vaccination rate, the most recent wave of SARS-CoV-2 infection was not associated with an increase in mortality.
- August 22, 2022Source: MedPage Today
Preliminary study indicates syndrome can be described by and is reflected in biological processes.