Study links MRI tests, masectomies
Researchers at the School of Medicine have noticed an unintended consequence of the technology when used to diagnose breast cancer — an increase in breast removal surgeries.
Heart failure treatment questioned
Over five million Americans suffer annually from heart failure, yet the medication most often prescribed may not be the most effective.
YCC | Kyle Tramonte ’15, vice president
After serving on the Freshman Class Council and the Yale College Council, Kyle Tramonte ’15 said he hopes to take an even more active role in campus politics as YCC vice president.
Hamlin explains babies’ mean streak
Though babies may seem innocent, a new study has found that infants might in fact have a mean streak. The study, which tested both 9- and 14-month-old babies, was published online in early March in the journal Psychological Science. Lead author and former Yale psychology researcher Kiley Hamlin, currently a developmental psychology professor at the »
Smilow climbs in rankings
Though only 3 years old, the Smilow Cancer Center at Yale is moving up the rankings as one of the best in the nation.