In a new study led by Yale Cancer Center, researchers report many survivors of childhood cancers receive systemic therapies associated with cognitive effects and chronic health conditions that may impact long-term cognitive outcomes with downstream effects on education, employment, and income.
- April 21, 2021Source: Yale Medicine
Yale Medicine experts weigh in on the recent pause of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
- April 21, 2021
On June 5, 2020, my friends and I joined thousands of other protestors, fists clenched in the air, chanting “Black Lives Matter” through our masks, demanding justice in front of the New Haven Police Department. Some of us carried signs; others arrived with shatter-resistant goggles, bandanas soaked in lemon juice, and gloves to protect ourselves; all of us were draped in black cloth, armed with hand sanitizers, and had the phone number of an attorney scribbled in ink on our forearms.
- April 21, 2021
UP CLOSE | Let’s talk about it: The triumphs and failures of public health messaging during COVID-19Source: Yale Daily News
hat is the most effective method to communicate health guidance so that it prompts substantive behavioral change among the population?
- April 21, 2021Source: VeryWell Health
An increasing number of higher education institutions are requiring students to get vaccinated against COVID-19 before attending campuses in the fall. Among these are Rutgers University, Cornell University, Duke University, and Brown University.
- April 20, 2021
Today marks the one year anniversary of the publication of our first Paw Prints article!
- April 19, 2021
A new academic track that promotes the health of mothers and their babies and children is being launched by the Yale School of Public Health at the beginning of the new academic year this fall.
- April 18, 2021Source: China Global Television Network
Chile has found that China's Sinovac vaccine provides significant protection against COVID-19 infection and is more effective in preventing serious cases. The country released a new report that says the Sinovac vaccine is 67 percent effective in preventing infections and at least 80 percent effective in preventing hospitalizations and deaths.
- April 17, 2021Source: New York Post
New York City was awash in COVID-19 vaccination opportunities Saturday, a possible turning point in the inoculation campaign where supply may be outstripping demand.
- April 16, 2021Source: YaleNews
Researchers find that autism may develop in different regions of the brain in girls than boys and that girls with autism have a larger number of genetic mutations than boys, suggesting that they require a larger “genetic hit” to develop the disorder.