A new Yale co-authored study suggests that experiencing warning signs before seizures may not contribute to an epileptic individual’s driving safety.
An article published in August by Yale researchers Gina Roussos and Yarrow Dunham describes how children perceive warmth and competence when assessing social groups.
Approximately 50 to 60 percent of military couples seek marital therapy as a result of infidelity, according to a paper released by researchers at the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Connecticut.
Daniela Brighenti, Paddy Gavin
An outsourcing deal made between Yale-New Haven Hospital and an outside services company is threatening the job security of its supervisory maintenance staff.
Brendan Hellweg, Jiahui Hu
The poorest children in one of the nation’s richest states went relatively unaffected by a nationwide economic turnaround and health insurance expansion, a recent report on child poverty in Connecticut found.
A new Elm City nonprofit is approaching the systemic problem of obesity from a distinct angle.