Connecticut’s capital city is experiencing another public health crisis amidst the pandemic -- an epidemic of gun violence.
- July 09, 2020Source: YaleNews
A “falls care manager” worked with the patients and their physicians to identify risk factors for falls and fall-related injuries. The falls care managers also created care plans to reduce these risk factors.
- February 27, 2020
Dr. Rafael Perez-Escamilla is one of the 15 faculty elected to be members of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE).
- February 21, 2020Source: TCT MD
Single symptoms are similar but cluster differently in women, a finding that may explain why AMI is missed more frequently.
- December 11, 2019Source: NEWS 8
You probably have it in your cabinet right now: a bottle of olive oil. Whether you use it as a dressing or a marinade, there are multiple health benefits associated with the cooking staple. Dr. Tassos Kyriakides, an associate research scientist with Yale School of Public Health, along with other researchers, recently hosted a symposium in Delphi, Greece to explore the many human and planetary benefits that can be derived from the olive tree and its products.
- October 09, 2019
Yale School of Medicine (YSM) faculty William C. Becker, MD, associate professor (general internal medicine); Susan Crowley, MD, FASN, professor of medicine (nephrology); and Alicia Heapy, PhD; associate professor of psychiatry; teamed with Yale School of Public Health’s (YSPH) Denise Esserman, PhD, associate professor of biostatistics, were recently awarded a grant for their project, “Video-Telecare Collaborative Pain Management to Improve Function and Reduce Opioid Risk in Patients with End Stage Renal Disease Receiving Hemodialysis” through The Helping to End Addiction Long-term, or the NIH HEAL Initiative.
- October 01, 2019
Yale researchers representing a range of disciplines have been awarded grants through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Helping to End Addiction Long-term Initiative (HEAL). This national effort provides $945 million in total funding to support a variety of research projects that tackle the opioid addiction and overdose crisis.
- May 17, 2019
People with HIV who drink too much were more likely to reduce drinking after undergoing an approach to care known as integrated stepped alcohol treatment, according to a Yale-led study.
- April 03, 2019
In a new study of patients awaiting kidney transplants, Yale researchers found significant racial disparities. This occurred despite a new system designed to reduce inequities, the researchers said.
- October 05, 2018
Yale researchers have identified factors that may contribute to widening cancer death disparities among counties across the United States.