Studies indicate a possible correlation between factors that disrupt our circadian rhythms, such as exposure to light during the night or eating late in the
A year and a half ago, when researchers at the Yale Child Study Center (CSC) began developing a virtual program to train parents how to
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Dr. Brad Cotton enjoyed working on the front lines as an emergency room doctor. Yet in March, as the coronavirus pandemic burst through the doors
As we age, every major organ system progressively declines—including the immune system. Aging causes our immune cells to become less able to fight off infections.
Training health care professionals in the skills and capacity to respond adequately to children and adults who have been exposed trauma, such as adverse childhood
Programs designed to help cancer patients stop using tobacco should be considered as important and impactful as providing the right drug at the right time