Opinion

BESHAR: One more pill

September 24, 2013 • 0
The next time you call Yale Health, think twice before requesting that Z-Pak.
Opinion

BESHAR: How much for those genes?

September 4, 2013 • 0
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 • 0
A particular generational divide has informed one discussion: electronic medical records.
Opinion

ABHYANKAR AND BESHAR: Pink needles and misplaced fears

January 16, 2013 • 0
The line between health and politics cannot be blurred.
Opinion

BESHAR AND JASPERS: An AIDS-free world

November 30, 2012 • 0
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 • 368
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 »