By Jenny J Chen
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a technology that stops tremors for Parkinson's and essential tremor patients.
By Carrie MacMillan
Our specialists explain genetic links to childhood obesity—and ways to help.
By Colleen Moriarty
Learn more about the steps you need to take to keep your prostate healthy. There are also new treatment options worth discussing with your urologist.
Patients should see a dermatologist who specializes in cancer for any skin, hair or nail changes that impact their quality of life and don’t get better.
Peter Amento suffered from psoriasis, an autoimmune disease for over four decades. He now wears short sleeves for the first time in years.
At Yale Medicine, our team of pediatric ophthalmologists and surgeons can diagnose and correct many eye conditions that affect toddlers and children.
Before your next manicure or pedicure, get some handy advice on how to keep your nails healthy from tips to toes from a Yale Medicine nail-health expert.
By Jill Max
Besides testing treatments, research studies help doctors understand conditions so they can help future patients
By Lena V Smith Parker
Hand Help, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people in developing nations who need hand surgery, sent a weeklong surgical mission to Nicaragua.
By Kathy Katella
Ray Walls, MD, went from dancing to practicing medicine, and has unique insights into how to best help patients with foot and ankle.
For most children, bedwetting and daytime accidents are just a passing phase, but for some, there is an underlying incontinence issue that can be treated.
Dermatologists can't erase sun damage completely but have many tools available to help correct it when it starts surfacing in the 20s, 30s and beyond.