By Kathy Katella
Yale Medicine's chief of cardiovascular medicine plans to improve cardiac care by focusing on such areas as discovery science, genetics, research, and population health.
By Jennifer Chen
A new service launched at Yale Medicine helps doctors diagnose substance use disorders in patients at the hospital.
By Kathleen Frey Raven
Until recently, patients and doctors relied on well-established family histories of heart problems as a predictor—and not always an accurate one—of risk.
How better care for families in the Yale Neuro ICU made a difference for Marcus Gordon, who suffered from a traumatic brain injury shortly after his wedding.
Children love to play sports. In this slideshow, David Frumberg, MD, a Yale Medicine orthopedic surgeon, provides advice to parents on how to prevent unnecessary sports injuries and keep their kids safe.
By Carrie MacMillan
Yale Medicine doctors discuss the importance of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, which protects against the types of HPV that can cause cancer.
By Kimberly Conner
Photopheresis, a blood-filtering treatment for cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, may be used for graft-versus-host disease and solid organ transplant rejection.
Hip replacements are considered to be one of the greatest success stories in orthopedics. In this slideshow, Yale Medicine orthopedic surgeons share surprising insights about hip surgeries.
Immunotherapy holds great promise for lung cancer patients, but more research is needed to understand why some patients respond, and most do not.
Researchers want to better understand the relationship between gene variants and disease risk by gathering DNA data from thousands of volunteers.
Yale Medicine's Pediatric Gender Program helps children and their families who are grappling with gender identity, expression, and related issues.
Nita Ahuja, MD, the first woman to chair surgery at Yale School of Medicine, answers questions about her new role and her work as a surgeon.