Mariana Lopez-Rosas
Diabetes causes higher dropout rates and lower wages, study finds

After almost 15 years of research, Yale scientists found that diabetes causes substantive nonmedical consequences. In a study published in this month’s issue of the […]

Connecticut moves to state-run Medicaid

Starting this year, Connecticut will no longer rely on private insurance companies to manage its low-income health care programs. On Jan. 1, Connecticut assumed direct […]

CARE offers smokers $500 to quit

New Haven citizens who pledge not to smoke for a month may receive $500 from a new citywide campaign. The Yale School of Public Health’s […]

Cigna, Saint Raphael’s reach agreement

Cigna and St. Raphael’s Hospital are together again. After their previous contract expired on Oct. 19, St. Raphael’s Hospital and the health insurance provider Cigna […]

College students light candles for AIDS awareness

“Our purpose was to raise awareness on an important public health issue that has lost its focus recently,” said Renee Wu ’14, a member of […]

Cancer Center receives LEED nod

Over Thanksgiving, the Smilow Cancer Hospital became the first Yale health care facility to receive Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification. Though the hospital […]

GHLI swaps strategies in Canada

For the past two days. Yale’s Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) has been trading ideas with public health leaders from 20 different countries. On Sunday, […]

Yale to share health expertise with developing countries

Following a recent initiative, some Yale health care experts will soon be sharing their knowledge with medical leaders from the developing world. The School of […]

Scientists make breakthrough in bioelectronics

A team of researchers from the Departments of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering has developed a new technique to control the flow of ions in fluids […]

Yale researchers map 18,000 genes

A Yale project has created the world’s largest online database for brain genes. A team of researchers from the School of Medicine lab of associate […]

Power goes out on students, faculty

  A power shortage at United Illuminating led to power outages late Monday morning at the Medical School and in the Dwight neighborhood that’s home […]