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Writers’ Workshop celebrates 10 years

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Disease is the stuff of most internal medicine grand rounds. But for the 10-year anniversary of the Yale Internal Medicine Residency Writers’ Workshop, the doctors heard a folk tale. To explain her own journey into the writing life, keynote speaker Pauline Chen, M.D., HS ’98, a transplant surgeon and writer, narrated a Japanese legend her father used to tell her at bedtime. A fisherman releases a...

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From back pains to bee stings, Yale docs keep tennis pros and fans healthy

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When promoter Jim Westhall brought pro tennis to New Haven in 1990, the wooden spectator stands on the Yale campus filled with as many as 5,000 fans. “All the big names were here,” recalled Peter Jokl, M.D., chief of sports medicine and vice chair and professor of orthopaedics and rehabilitation. For many years Jokl led a team of orthopaedists who volunteered their services to visiting players. Jokl watched the...

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Treating the mind as well as the body

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Mark Rego, M.D., HS ’89, and James Phillips, M.D., HS ’74, traveled to Peru for the first time in 2004 as members of a...

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Psychiatric care in the Peruvian Andes

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My informal orientation meeting with Brother Jimi Hyata, the director of the Comisión de Salud Mental de Ayacucho...

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Levin’s legacy endures at the School of Medicine

Levin’s legacy endures at the School of Medicine

When Richard C. Levin took office as president of Yale in 1993, the university faced several challenges. Among them...

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Hospital of Saint Raphael becomes a new campus of Yale-New Haven Hospital

Hospital of Saint Raphael becomes a new campus of Yale-New Haven Hospital

About three years ago Marna Borgstrom, M.P.H. ’79, president and CEO of Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH), and Christopher...

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Roundup

Gender bias persists

“Whenever I give a talk that mentions past findings of implicit gender bias in hiring, inevitably a scientist will say,...

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Lottery tickets may pose risk

Youngsters who receive instant lottery tickets as gifts tend to start gambling earlier in life, perhaps putting them at...

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Smoking bans and alcohol

Banning smoking in bars and restaurants can cut down not only on tobacco-related illnesses but also on alcohol abuse,...

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Enzymes at work

Yale scientists have captured views of an enzyme’s working parts that show the operation of its chemical mechanisms.“We...

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