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Yale study finds calcium leak leads to late-onset Alzheimer’s disease

New research by Yale’s Nairn and Arnsten labs found that age-related Alzheimer’s disease is caused by the dysregulation of calcium in the brain.  The study […]

UP CLOSE | Let’s talk about it: The triumphs and failures of public health messaging during COVID-19

Epidemiologists at the Yale School of Public Health, Yale faculty and a community leader comment on how the U.S. government fell short when communicating health guidance to the public during the pandemic and what lessons can be learned from the year in review.

Yale study finds pivotal information on the origins of sauropod dinosaurs

A new study by researchers at Yale and the University of Oxford has added crucial information to the understanding of the origins of sauropods, which […]

Yale researchers study pooled saliva testing for COVID-19

In a paper published in Emerging Infectious Diseases this month, Yale researchers presented their study supporting the expansion of SARS-CoV-2 testing capacity by pooling saliva […]

Yale to require COVID vaccines for students this fall, considering mandate for faculty, staff

Yale will impose a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all undergraduate, graduate and professional school students who return to campus next fall and is considering a […]

All Yale students can receive Pfizer vaccine at clinics starting this week

The University is launching  four student vaccination clinics that have the capacity to vaccinate all students by May 19, the last day of the spring […]

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Yale study finds smoke-free worksite laws help to reduce vaping

A recent study at the Yale School of Public Health identified that smoke-free worksite laws may help not only to reduce levels of cigarette smoking, […]

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Navajo tribal citizen Patricia Nez Henderson speaks at SHEA event

On April 8, STEM and Health Equity Advocates at Yale, or SHEA, invited Patricia Nez Henderson SPH ’94 MED ’00 to discuss diverse perspectives on […]

Yale temporarily halts Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccinations

On Tuesday morning, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration issued a joint recommendation for states to stop administering […]

As Connecticut races to vaccinate, COVID-19 cases rise, potentially ominous trend

Amidst a surge of COVID-19 cases in Connecticut, concerns about the state’s pandemic outlook have intensified. Despite high vaccination rates, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in […]

Former Yale math professor László Lovász receives prestigious Abel Prize

On March 17, former Yale professor and Hungarian mathematician László Lovász was awarded the Abel Prize — a prestigious award in mathematics that is considered […]

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