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China’s zero-Covid policy, which stalled the world’s second-largest economy and sparked a wave of unprecedented protests, is now being dismantled as Beijing on Wednesday released sweeping revisions to its draconian measures that ultimately failed to bring the virus to heel.
- December 05, 2022
Last month, Research.com published the Best Female Scientists in 2022. The results were based on a ranking system which measures the impact of a researcher’s publications by combining the number of papers they have published and how often they are cited by other papers. 623 U.S.-based researchers appeared in list with three women representing the Yale Department of Internal Medicine.
- December 01, 2022Source: The Atlantic
Strict zero-COVID policies have kept disease from spreading in China, but at enormous social cost. How far should they be rolled back?
- November 30, 2022Source: Nature
Vaccinating more older people, stocking up on antiviral drugs and expanding hospital facilities would help to ease the transition away from zero COVID in China.
- November 24, 2022Source: Deutsche Welle
Despite sweeping lockdowns, coronavirus case numbers continue to rise in cities across China. Frustrated citizens are taking big risks to protest the draconian measures.
- November 22, 2022Source: Washington Post
Broader pandemic aid fight could ensnare long covid funding
- November 22, 2022
In recognition of November as Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, Yale School of Public Health Associate Professor Xi Chen, an affiliate of Yale’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, recently discussed the latest trends in Alzheimer’s disease research and treatment.
- November 22, 2022
Most-read Content of November: Analysis of patient-focused web pages about LAAO, PROMPT-LIPID, and antiplatelet regimens
This month researchers examined hospital web page content about percutaneous closure of the left atrial appendage occlusion and clinical decision-making.
- November 21, 2022Source: Bloomberg Opinion
Harlan Krumholz, a cardiologist at the Yale School of Medicine, says he worries about two kinds of long COVID. There’s the obvious version where people suffer prolonged virus symptoms like fatigue, and a stealthier version in which people recover yet carry an added risk of blood clots and strokes.
- November 17, 2022
A Yale undergraduate team consisting of Abe Baker-Butler (Ezra Stiles ‘25), Patryk Dabek (Ezra Stiles ‘25), and Allie Dettelbach (Saybrook ‘25) has won first place in the 2022 Tulane University Health Policy Case Competition (TUHPCC), a prestigious national public health contest seeking policy solutions to the gun violence epidemic in the United States.