Late-Breaking Basic Science submissions for the AHA Scientific Sessions close August 23.
- August 16, 2022
Breakthrough research in the study of forms of Gaucher disease that cause neurodegeneration has implications for individuals with rare diseases as well as those with common diseases.
- August 15, 2022Source: WFSB
More than 2 million infant swings and rockers are now getting recalled after a 10-month-old baby died.
- August 15, 2022
Yale Global Health Leadership Initiative secures grant to reduce inequities in sepsis outcomes and care
The Yale Global Health Leadership Initiative has been awarded a highly competitive research grant exceeding $1 million to reduce inequities in sepsis care and outcomes among African American/Black and Latinx communities.
- August 11, 2022Source: AAP Voices
Medical consensus holds that comprehensive reproductive health care is a basic human right. However, we now face a worsening reality in which many pediatricians across the U.S. cannot offer the full spectrum of this care to their patients.
- August 11, 2022
Gun Violence Is a Public Health Crisis—But Hospital-based Intervention Programs Can Help Break the Cycle
Yale New Haven Hospital’s Injury and Violence Prevention Center is working to disrupt the cycle of gun violence in the New Haven community.
- August 11, 2022
Discoveries & Impact highlights select scientific discoveries per section across Yale's Department of Internal Medicine...
- August 11, 2022Source: The Washington Post
Florida joins at least 10 other states — including Arizona, Missouri and Texas — in barring residents from using Medicaid to pay for several often-prescribed medications and surgeries for those diagnosed with gender dysphoria. The rule was published Wednesday and is slated to take effect Aug. 21.
- August 10, 2022
Welcome New Staff, Faculty, Fellows, Postgrads (August 2022)
- August 10, 2022Source: The Root
Kirsten Bechtel MD, staff member of the Center for Injury and Violence Prevention at Yale-New Haven Hospital and principal investigator at the Injury Free Coalition for Kids told The Root this incident was a “preventable shame.”