During sleep, our brains are busy consolidating memories and removing waste to keep our minds sharp. Recent findings from Yale on sleep hygiene and more.
- May 03, 2022
Connecticut Magazine's 2022 ‘Top Doctors’ list includes 16 Yale faculty in the Section of Cardiovascular Medicine.
- March 22, 2022Source: parents.com
It's common for children to be scared of the dark. Experts weigh in on how parents can help their little ones conquer those nighttime fears.
- March 21, 2022
Yale School of Public Health faculty and students discussed the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and other countries during a special event March 16.
- January 25, 2022
Julie Averbach, a double major in Psychology and the History of Art at Yale College, became interested in the link between art and mental health in older adults during the pandemic.
- January 24, 2022
Neuroscience Department’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee Curates Campus-Wide “Do you need help?” Resources
The Neuroscience DEI Committee created an easy-to-follow infographic with campus resources organized into categories depending on the nature of the concerns.
- December 20, 2021Source: Yale Medicine
Yale Stress Center’s Dr Jastreboff discusses new medications to treat obesity
- December 10, 2021Source: Medical News Today
Yale Stress Center researchers find a link between cumulative stress and accelerated biological aging!
- December 06, 2021
Yale study findings that stress does indeed make life’s clock tick faster — but that individuals can help manage the effects by strengthening their emotion regulation and self-control.
- December 02, 2021Source: Translational Psychiatry
Zachary M. Harvanek, MD, PhD; Nia Fogelman, PhD; Ke Xu, MD; and Rajita Sinha, PhD, are co-authors of a paper published in Translational Psychiatry on cumulative stress and its effects on accelerated epigenetic aging in middle-aged community individuals who do not have a medical illness.