When gauging how much pain a child is in based on their observation of reactions to a finger-stick, American adults believe boys to be in more pain than girls.
Thanks to the Hubble telescope, Yale astronomers were able to witness a new galaxy devoured by a nearby galaxy cluster — a drama over 300 millions years old.
Researchers suggest emergency departments offer firearms victims preventative interventions including counseling, safe storage education, and social services.
In two separate studies, Yale researchers identified new targets for HIV suppression therapies: the protein Apobec3A, and in mice the genes Snerv-1 and Snerv-2.
A new study of combat veterans has found that those with severe PTSD symptoms have distinct patterns of physiological responses affecting associative learning.
Public inoculation, legal strategies, political mechanisms, and financial transparency may effectively combat scientific misinformation on climate change.
Using newborn rats as a model, Yale researchers have identified three distinct stages in brain development that occur before episodic memories can form.
Researchers have discovered the brightest quasar yet known, detected from the period when the universe’s star-making hydrogen gas became ionized.
The combination of naltrexone and ketamine can help treat both symptoms of depression and substance abuse disorders like alcoholism, a Yale study suggests.
A new Yale-led study reinforces the concern that prescription opioid painkillers have a negative impact on the immune system.