Cystic Fibrosis, an inherited condition that affects the lungs, can shorten life. But Savannah has grown from a sickly baby into a remarkable young woman.
After Kyle Tempesta was rushed to Yale's Pediatric ICU on the brink of cardiac arrest, he was saved by a pediatrician and a geneticist.
Yale Medicine physicians are expert at using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners and ultrasound probes specially designed to treat children.
One hundred pounds lighter following her weight loss surgery, Lisa Jordan-Sharog has eliminated her diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
For Lauren Raccio, breast cancer reconstruction resulted in her breast looking and feeling natural, and being more resilient to radiation after surgery.
Although incontinence and other pelvic floor disorders are a common problem for aging women, they shouldn’t suffer in silence.
With the help of clinicians at Yale Medicine, one patient gained control of opioid addiction and continues to inspire those in various stages of recovery.
Complex psychiatric conditions such as bipolar disorder can leave patients feeling alone. Healing comes with expert treatment and personal connections.
One of your last decisions in pregnancy is whether to seek pain relief during childbirth. Yale Medicine busts the myths around epidural anesthesia.
Most people are nervous before surgery, and anesthesia is always a top worry. Your anesthesiologist welcomes the opportunity to discuss your concerns.
Treating children on the autism spectrum requires an array of treatments. In this video, one patient makes strides with pivotal response training (PRT).
A team of Yale Medicine investigators is examining what causes bullying and how to stop it—to help kids on both sides of these conflicts.