Opinion

BESHAR: One more pill

September 24, 2013
The next time you call Yale Health, think twice before requesting that Z-Pak.
Opinion

BESHAR: How much for those genes?

September 4, 2013
The ruling may seem insignificant — judicial jargon based on the input of a “c” before DNA — but it will unequivocally impact the way our generation confronts a disease familiar to so many of our own mothers and grandmothers.
Opinion

BESHAR AND HIEBERT: iPads in the emergency room?

April 4, 2013
A particular generational divide has informed one discussion: electronic medical records.
Opinion

ABHYANKAR AND BESHAR: Pink needles and misplaced fears

January 16, 2013
The line between health and politics cannot be blurred.
Opinion

BESHAR AND JASPERS: An AIDS-free world

November 30, 2012
The question is not “Can we end AIDS?” It is “Will we?” Does the U.S. have the political willpower to implement the substantial means to achieve a great end? The answer is yours to decide.
Opinion

BESHAR: A simple education

August 31, 2012
Seated on a plastic kindergartener’s chair, I must have looked ridiculous. My long legs barely fit under the chair and the 103-degree heat was becoming uncomfortable. In contrast to my inelegance, my companions seemed completely poised. Meet Mira and Anna, two 16-year-old preschool teachers in Goyena, Nicaragua. Four hundred Nicaraguans inhabit this sleepy village, nestled »