Are Benzodiazepines the New Opioids?
Prescriptions for benzodiazepines have risen sharply in recent years and drawn concern for their addictive potential.
By Jennifer Chen
Robotic-assisted surgery is changing the way certain complex heart operations are being performed.
The prostate gland rotates and moves, making it hard to evaluate for biopsy. That's why Yale experts are using machine-learning techniques to help improve the diagnosis of prostate cancer.
By Kathleen Frey Raven
Older adults may worry that dementia is an inevitable part of aging, but it's not. A Yale Medicine geriatric psychiatrist answers some frequently asked questions about dementia.
By Colleen Moriarty
Newly proposed screening guidelines may help people get diagnosed earlier.
Yale Medicine is dedicated to applying new technologies and techniques to spine surgery.
Interventional oncology is a rapidly growing field in cancer care that offers minimally invasive therapies for patients.
A type of virus called bacteriophage, also referred to as phage, may help us target even the most hard-to-treat bacterial infections.
By Carrie MacMillan
Yale Medicine experts work with CDC specialists to study flu-related developments in real time.
National surveys have shown that e-cigarette use, or vaping, has risen sharply among teenagers and young adults. Yale Medicine addiction experts discuss ways that parents can talk to their kids about vaping.
Find out if you’re making any of these common urination mistakes, and break these bathroom mistakes.
By Kathy Katella
Regular screenings for lung cancer could be an important part of your health care if you are eligible, which is determined based on your age, background, smoking history, and other factors.
For children with autism, early diagnosis and intervention can have a tremendous impact.