| ||Dean's Message |
| ||Letters to the Editor|
Lives in public health
- Biological resistance to smoking measures found
- An "untapped" opportunity for better health
- Genetic variants associated with childhood asthma
- BMI, inactivity linked to cancer survival
- Positive view of aging found to aid recovery
- Lavish gift giving imperiling health in rural China
- Smoking bans reduce alcohol consumption
Towards healthier future for women
- Anne Morris, executive director, Susan G. Komen for the Cure Connecticut
- Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, Ph.D., professor, Department of Chronic Disease Epidemiology, Yale School of Public Health and director, Office of Public Health Practice
- Katrina Clark, M.P.H. '71, executive director, Fair Haven Community Health Center
- Valerie A. Earnshaw, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS at Yale.
- Jeannette Ickovics, Ph.D., professor, Department of Chronic Disease Epidemiology, and director, CARE: Community Alliance for Research and Engagement at YSPH
- Carolyn M. Mazure, Ph.D., professor of psychiatry and director, Women's Health Research at Yale
- Tara Rizzo, M.P.H. '01, research associate, Yale School of Medicine, and former director of research and operations, Susan E. Rosen Women's Health Center, Griffin Hospital
| ||Trends in women's health|
Chronic diseases are the leading cause of death for American women. While cancer survival rates are improving, deaths from lung cancer are just starting to decline after a striking rise over 40 years.
| ||Unhealthy complexions
New research reveals that indoor tanning is driving an increase in skin cancer and that young women are paying the price.
| ||Circadian disruptions
Continuous disruptions to biological patterns may trigger the onset of breast cancer and, possibly, many other diseases.
| ||Gender conflict
A YSPH researcher works around the world to find solutions to the violence and abuse women suffer from their male partners.
| ||Women and HIV
The story of women and HIV in the United States is really a story about racial and ethnic health disparities.
| ||A conversation with Reshma Trasi
An alumni who has worked around the world takes inspiration from people with the courage to do what is right.
| ||Another tick disease
Yale research confirms that a new tick illness has already infected people in the United States.
Health in conflict
- Evaluating health
- Alumni news
| ||YSPH Notes|
- Global competition
- Treating violence as a public health problem
- A celebration and a call to action
- Give me a Y! A! L! E!
- Presidential picture
- Bright, modern, green
- Speaking of health
- Microscopic health
- The toll of AIDS
- The perils of pesticides
- 21st century challenges
- A bigger, heavier nation
- Neglected tropical disease
- Dawn at LEPH
- A summer of science
- A pretty penny
- Big Food/big impact
- A road less traveled
- A high honor
- New partnership formed
- Awards and honors
- BBC comes to Yale
- YSPH around the world
| ||In Memoriam |
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