Treating Depression: An Expert Discusses Risks, Benefits of Ketamine
A controversial new drug called ketamine seems promising for treatment-resistant depression. Find out more from leading ketamine researcher Gerard Sanacora, MD, PhD.
By Jenny J Chen
Yale Medicine is one of the few centers in the world that operates on the fetus in utero, before it is born.
By Kathy Katella
Surgeons from Yale's Center for Living Organ Donors provide our donors with free health monitoring for life and communities of support.
Her baby's life or her own? An expectant mother faced this choice. With the help of Yale Medicine, both precious lives were saved.
By Colleen Moriarty
Doctors reveal what they often tell their own patients and want every woman to know about breast cancer—from screening to treatment to survivorship.
Decades ago, it was difficult to diagnose diseases in unborn babies. Now, the tests we can do on a fetus parallel those done on babies outside the womb.
After Fetal Care Center specialists diagnosed a rare birth defect in utero called esophageal atresia, they made a plan for mother and son.
Radiation therapy lasts for several weeks. Find out what you can expect after your course of treatment is complete, and get some healthful tips as well.
Experiencing some discomforts during and after treatment is normal. Here’s how to cope.
Radiation therapy can sometimes affect appetite. Read on for ways to pique your interest in eating during treatment.
Orthobiologics use natural substances found in the body to help injuries heal faster and typically with a better quality of tissue repair.
By Kathleen Raven, Colleen Moriarty
The right physician might be one you've never heard of before. Here's a guide to finding who you should consult.
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a technology that stops tremors for Parkinson's and essential tremor patients.