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Yale Medicine Magazine

Yale Medicine Magazine was originally established in the 1950s as the medical school's alumni bulletin. Its articles cover discoveries in biomedicine, clinical advances, new ways of training tomorrow’s doctors, and the evolution of medicine and health care. The magazine has since broadened its readership to include the greater medical school and Yale University community, national and international media, individual benefactors and prospective donors, corporate and foundation officers, as well as the larger medical, educational and scientific community.

A good night’s sleep

Good sleep is important. The consequences of missing quality rest accumulate over time; and as geriatricians can attest, it can have serious long-term effects.

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  • Strong steps toward recovery

    A Yale New Haven Hospital program enables injured or recuperating patients to recover faster and more completely by guiding them through a proven procedure.

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  • Deprescribing an overabundance of drugs

    As health complications mount in elderly patients, so do prescriptions for medicine—sometimes with unpredictable effects. The answer may reside in reducing the number of medications.

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  • A helpful exchange

    Partnerships between Yale School of Medicine and Chinese medical schools may have played a key role in reforming medical training throughout China.

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  • A united effort

    Abigail Greene and Daniel Barson are married MD/PhD candidates at Yale School of Medicine with overlapping interests.

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