News from around Yale and the World
Price Hikes Have Patients Turning to Craigslist for Insulin, Asthma Inhalers
- February 17, 2020
Earlier CGTN spoke via Skype with Chen Xi, an assistant professor of Health Policy and Economics at the Yale School of Public Health. We asked him what measures should be carried out in response to President Xi's article on preventing and controlling epidemics.
- February 13, 2020
Don’t let a focus on exotic diseases distract you from flu prevention.
- February 12, 2020
New research based on more than 1000 coronavirus patients in China found that the incubation period for the novel coronavirus pneumonia can be as long as 24 days —10 days longer than what experts previously thought, and less than half of the patients showed fever symptoms when they first saw doctors.
- February 10, 2020
A panel of Yale experts did their best to explain the current threat and future direction of the novel coronavirus epidemic during a forum Thursday hosted by the Yale School of Public Health.
- February 09, 2020
Briefly describe the highlights of your work experience: What are you passionate about? Beatrice was small in stature, but her size belied the energy that radiated from within, an energy that eclipsed a history mired by marked challenges that had landed her in the heart of the Midwest as a refugee from Burundi.
- February 07, 2020
On Thursday night, a team of Yale doctors confronted the coronavirus outbreak that has spread to 28 countries and killed more than 600 people in China.
- February 05, 2020
Four factors that could cause it to devolve into a dangerous pandemic, and four ways it could steadily improve.
- February 05, 2020
As it races to treat patients infected with the new coronavirus, the Chinese government is seeing potential in a cocktail of antiviral drugs. It is also recommending the Peaceful Palace Bovine Pill, a traditional Chinese medicine made with the gallstone of cattle, buffalo horn, jasmine and pearl.
- February 04, 2020
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. Panelists will address the epidemiology of the disease, its impact on public health, human rights issues and how information on such outbreaks is communicated to the public.