Interventional oncology is a rapidly growing field in cancer care that offers minimally invasive therapies for patients.
A type of virus called bacteriophage, also referred to as phage, may help us target even the most hard-to-treat bacterial infections.
Yale Medicine is dedicated to applying new technologies and techniques to spine surgery.
By Carrie MacMillan
Yale Medicine experts work with CDC specialists to study flu-related developments in real time.
By Colleen Moriarty
Find out if you’re making any of these common urination mistakes, and break these bathroom mistakes.
By Kathy Katella
Regular screenings for lung cancer could be an important part of your health care if you are eligible, which is determined based on your age, background, smoking history, and other factors.
For children with autism, early diagnosis and intervention can have a tremendous impact.
'Prehab' is a visit with a specialist to address imbalances and weaknesses that could cause injury.
A couple shares their story of creating a family, despite infertility issues.
A Yale-led study shows a link between marathon running and acute kidney injury.
By Kathleen Frey Raven
Parents who talk with their teens about vaping and its health risks can help them confidently "push back" during peer pressure situations.
Younger women with breast cancer have economic, reproductive, and body-image concerns.