5 Things Everyone Should Know About the Coronavirus Outbreak
With concerns rising in the U.S. and throughout the world about the global impact of SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, we provide the five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak.
By Kathy Katella
COVID-19 has created a perfect storm for people who struggle with weight, but it's still possible to maintain or even lose weight.
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Yale experts explain why artificial intelligence (AI) holds promise for improving health care for patients.
By Barbara Steinberger
Connecticut Magazine ’s 2020 'Best Doctors' list includes over 200 Yale Medicine physicians who were selected by their peers as the best in their fields.
This video explains the biological mechanisms underlying the fatty liver disease and what patients can do to reverse the damage.
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Yale Medicine experts describe what recovery from mild to moderate COVID-19 is like for patients.
The informational video provides an overview of the IVF process, with specific information on all of the steps involved.
Yale Medicine physicians discuss treatment for opioid use disorder in the emergency department.
Facial plastic surgery requires careful planning before scalpel touches skin. Using customized data from the patient, surgeons can create a 3-D rendering that is precise and personalized.
Yale Medicine doctors discuss studies that explore a possible relationship between vitamin D and COVID-19.
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For many, the prospect of summer during the COVID-19 pandemic is met with an overall sense of anxiety and confusion. A Yale Medicine expert answers commonly asked COVID-19 questions as states begin to reopen.
Yale Medicine experts warn against excessive drinking, saying it may increase COVID-19 susceptibility and severity.
A Yale Medicine physician explains how ventilators work and why some COVID-19 patients may need them.