Yale scientists report that humans differ from their evolutionary ancestors by undergoing a pro-inflammatory process at the onset and conclusion of pregnancy.
Researchers have found that few medical devices are analyzed to consider the influence of their users’ sex, age, or race on safety and effectiveness.
The largely barren islands reaching north from Antarctica perhaps will be the first places to be impacted by invading species in the wake of climate change.
Advances in reducing hospital readmission rates for three key medical conditions occurred without causing an increase in death rates, according to a Yale study.
Clinically available drugs may help combat a potentially lethal form of hydrocephalus now treated mainly by brain surgery, a new Yale-led study has found.
A study of PTSD has identified a new potential mechanism contributing to the biology of the disorder that may be targeted by future treatments.
Millions of patients suffering from major depression get little relief from the first drug they are prescribed. A major new study of 1,522 patients at 35 U.S. Veterans Health Administration medical centers shows these patients benefit more from adding an antidepressant treatment than from switching to another one.
Yale researchers have identified 60 potential new “hot Jupiters” — highly irradiated worlds that glow like coals on a barbecue grill.
A new drug can restore memories and connections between brain cells in mice with a model of Alzheimer’s disease, a new Yale-led study suggests.
The transfer and storage of energy during photosynthesis is considered one of the world’s great marvels, and a new study has identified natural design principles within the process that could improve energy efficiency in new solar technology.