9 Ways to Lower Your Skin Cancer Risk
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Practice sun safety before heading outdoors to help keep your skin protected and healthy.
By Colleen Moriarty
By Barbara Steinberger
Connecticut Magazine’s 2017 “Top Docs” list includes 67 Yale Medicine physicians, who were selected based on a survey of their peers.
By Carrie MacMillan
Yale Medicine writer Carrie MacMillan details her family's experience with the pediatric Sleep Medicine program, where she took her 4-year-old son for care.
Yale Medicine screens every person admitted to the hospital to learn whether psychiatric issues might interfere with them getting proper medical care.
Yale Cancer Center Director Charles Fuchs, MD, and his wife, Joanna Fuchs, MD, have personal reasons for taking on colon cancer.
By Jenny J Chen
The Yale Multiple Sclerosis Center's new program, MS Access, helps patients receive treatment as quickly as possible—sometimes within 48 hours.
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.
The Child Development-Community Policing program provides immediate help to children exposed to trauma, providing support and restoring security.
Yale Medicine physicians helped develop a new "artificial pancreas," which monitors blood glucose levels and adjusts insulin delivery automatically.
For one woman with a high risk of breast cancer, a rigorous approach to screening delivered the right treatment at the right time.
By Kathleen Raven
Yale Medicine is testing a new medication for sudden deafness aimed at preventing damage to the inner ear and restoring hearing.
Yale Medicine doctors give perspective on headline news from the FDA that says breast implants may be associated with a form of lymphoma.
Treatment of peripheral artery disease has undergone a revolution. Surgeons can choose among a variety of procedures based on a patient's condition.