Teen vaping is bad. Nicotine makes it worse, says researcher
Companies that make vaping liquids must now comply with a U.S. Food and Drug Administration policy released last month banning vape liquids that taste like anything but tobacco or menthol. But vaping still delivers something highly appealing and addictive: nicotine. And researchers are just beginning to study the drug’s long-term impact on the developing brain.
Yale Team Recruits For SPARK Autism Study At NCC
A team from Yale heading up regional recruiting efforts for one of the most comprehensive medical studies ever attempted to try to get to the root of what causes Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) was in Newtown recently as part of a resource event at the new Community Center.
CT health officials say isolating coronavirus patients the best plan
Isolating people who test positive for the novel coronavirus will be the primary response to any outbreak in Connecticut, according to public health experts, but the state is awaiting guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about further measures.
A Forum on the Outbreak of a Novel Coronavirus, on Feb. 6
In response to news and concerns about the respiratory illness outbreak caused by a novel coronavirus initially identified in China, the Yale Institute for Global Health, Yale School of Public Health and the Global Health Justice Partnership will hold a discussion and question and answer session on Thursday, February 6, 2020.