Enrolled families are invited to attend the event on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Yale Child Study Center, 230 S. Frontage Rd.
The effectiveness of hormonal endometriosis therapy depends on whether a woman’s endometriotic lesions have the progesterone receptor present.
In a new study, both excessively low or high use of vaginal birth after previous cesarean delivery is associated with lower success rates at any given hospital.
Researchers have discovered that compact, multiple-planet systems are more likely to form around stars with lower amounts of heavy elements than our own sun.
When interviewing women, gatekeepers in charge of hiring are heavily influenced in their decisions by the biases of the employees the woman would work with.
Researchers have found four new genes that act independently as risk factors for the disabling autoimmune disorder multiple sclerosis.
Yale researchers have developed a new method for tapping into a vast number of biological mechanisms critical to metabolism and gene expression.
Led by museum preparator and noted sculptor Michael Anderson, the Peabody Museum is refurbishing some of its most treasured and historic displays.
The syndrome is characterized by extreme sociability, musical talent, and cardiovascular problems — all of which may be traced to a single missing protein.
A glucose inhibitor called 2DG may prevent blood clotting and mini-strokes long enough to clear the parasites that cause cerebral malaria through antibiotics.