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Finding a Cure for Tooth Decay

Finding a Cure for Tooth Decay

Say good-bye to tooth decay? Dental caries, more commonly known as tooth decay, may be preventable in the future due to an exciting breakthrough.

Gender Influence of Mental Illness

Gender Influence of Mental Illness

Led by Peter T. Morgan, an associate professor of psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine, a new study has shown that the genders of both alcoholic parents and their offspring can be determinant risk factors for the different types

Zinc Salts in Treating Gastric Reflux

Zinc Salts in Treating Gastric Reflux

Groundbreaking research at the Yale School of Medicine has shown that zinc salts can be used to quickly and effectively treat painful gastric acid-reflux diseases. Published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, this study was conducted by John Geibel, Professor

Circadian Rhythm Gene Plays a Role in Breast Cancer Susceptibility

Circadian Rhythm Gene Plays a Role in Breast Cancer Susceptibility

Groundbreaking research at the Yale School of Public Health has shown that changes in a gene responsible for regulating the body’s circadian rhythm increase the risk of breast cancer in women. Published recently in the journal Cancer Research, this study

How the Brain Saves Energy: The Neural Thermostat

How the Brain Saves Energy: The Neural Thermostat

For the first time, Yale researchers have demonstrated how the brain saves energy while processing a deluge of sensory information in the primary visual cortex. Published in the journal Neuron, this study was conducted at the Yale School of Medicine

Yale Researcher: Hunger Plays a Role in Infertility

Yale Researcher: Hunger Plays a Role in Infertility

A new study by Yale professor Meenakshi Alreja has shown that calorie restriction may play a role in infertil­ity via a molecular pathway that shuts down the activity of brain cells that control the reproductive axis.