By Kathy Katella
Colorectal cancer is on the rise among people younger than 50. Yale Medicine physicians say people as young as 20 need to know the signs and symptoms.
By Colleen Moriarty
Your intimate moments with the man in your life are important to your relationship—and even his health. Suggest he see a doctor if you notice these symptoms.
Whether you want to be a dad, don't want to be a dad or are unsure, here are answers to everything you ever wanted to ask a doctor about male fertility.
By Barbara Steinberger
The MyChart website and app allow patients and caregivers to view test results and medical records, request appointments and prescription refills, communicate with their doctors, and more.
Not only can trouble below the belt sideline a man's sex life, it may also be an early warning sign of disease. That's why checkups are important for young men.
By Maya Szatai, Colleen Moriarty
A visual look at sexual health issues men face today.
Precision medicine is one of the biggest innovations in modern medicine and a potential life-saver for cancer patients running out of treatment options.
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.
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.