Recollections of traumatic events among people with PTSD trigger markedly different brain activity than when remembering sad or “neutral” experiences.
Helioscopus dickersonae lived in North America in the late Jurassic period, 100 million years earlier than any previously known early gecko relative.
Understanding that even planets in pristine solar systems have some orbital tilt puts Earth’s solar system into a larger perspective, researchers say.
Yale and Columbia University researchers find that a parent’s experience of discrimination during pregnancy can affect their infant’s brain.
A Yale-led analysis of the genomes of more than 1 million people has shed light on the underlying biology of cannabis use disorder and associated risks.
In a new study, Yale researchers find that physicians are more likely to prescribe life-saving opioid use treatments if they see their colleagues do so.
A federal program aimed at attracting physicians to areas with critical shortages has not improved mortality rates or physician density, a new Yale study finds.
Yale paleontologists have identified a “problematic” fossil as an ancient sea creature that lived in the plankton 420 million years ago.
Yale’s Priyamvada Natarajan and colleagues have identified the oldest known X-ray quasar — offering compelling proof of a concept Natarajan helped pioneer.
An experimental drug can reduce the toxic changes in tau proteins known to damage neurons in brains with Alzheimer’s disease, researchers report.