The changing ways in which women have been included and studied at Yale School of Medicine over the years is a useful gauge of progress.
For patients suffering from genetic disorders or diseases that may be cured by a combination of three new technologies, the clinical applications can’t come quickly enough.
In Stephen Schimpff's new book, Longevity Decoded: The Seven Keys to Healthy Aging, Schimpff identifies the seven "keys" to living longer and healthier lives.
With a series of landmark advances, Yale researchers are unlocking the biological secrets that could explain why so many Americans are having trouble breathing. Recent findings lend support to a controversial immune system theory.
Patients in different settings may receive very different treatments for the same condition. A push is on to standardize care and to use those standards to measure the best health and cost outcomes for medical services.