A higher percentage of women with breast cancer had their disease diagnosed at an early stage in states with expanded Medicaid coverage through the ACA.
Researchers at Yale have found that injury to endothelial cells — the cells lining blood vessels — may be a key driver of COVID-19 severity and death.
An immune system cell secreted by brown fat in the body may be responsible for the negative side-effects of stress, Yale researchers report.
A team of social scientists led by Nobel Prize-winning economist William Nordhaus has pioneered a new approach to appraising the state of the U.S. labor market.
Yale researchers have discovered a way to help a powerful immune system stimulant called interleukin-18 reach tumors and fight off difficult cancers.
After screening 1,430 drugs, Yale researchers have identified four that may help minimize the long-term health effects of HIV infection.
Researchers have found a promising technology for clearing water of pollutants like pesticides and pharmaceuticals: a nanoparticle that converts light to heat.
How did an eruption of Alaska’s Okmok volcano in 43 B.C.E. affect the Mediterranean region of antiquity? Yale’s Joe Manning is the person to ask.
The efficacy of a saliva-based method that quickly determines if someone is infected with the novel coronavirus will be tested through a Yale/NBA partnership.
Yale clinicians report promising results after treating COVID-19 with the drug tocilizumab, which is known to reduce inflammation in chemotherapy patients.