Even in older adults with a high genetic risk for developing dementia, a positive attitude toward aging can reduce the risk of developing it by nearly 50%.
Educator, artist, and activist Faith Ringgold will visit Yale on Thursday, Feb. 15 as a Chubb Fellow to give a lecture titled, “Anyone Can Fly.”
Optimism about the future of others is widespread even in the face of bad news — at least if the person is someone we care about (or think we might like).
Renowned producer and director Garth Ross, currently of the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., will join Yale in April.
A Yale team has successfully applied a novel combination therapy — an arthritis medication and light therapy — to restore skin color in vitiligo patients.
New Yale-led research suggests that using five or more prescription drugs increases the risk of hospitalization in adults over 50 — regardless of HIV status.
Developed by a team of Yale researchers, the automated tool notifies physicians when key vitals such as heart rate and temperature take a turn for the worse.
In a new study, Yale Cancer Center investigators find that improving models to assess patient risk for breast cancer can result in better trials and results.
Now in its 20th year, the biennial report is produced by researchers at Yale and Columbia in collaboration with the World Economic Forum.
A computer-aided technique may be more accurate than coronary angiography, the current standard to determine the severity of stenosis, says a Yale study.