While erectile dysfunction can often be treated effectively, it can also be the harbinger of heart issues. Men should talk openly with their doctors.
By Jennifer Chen
Researchers and clinicians at Yale Medicine advocate medicine-based treatments, rather than quitting "cold turkey," for people suffering from opioid addiction.
One veteran’s experience with Yale Medicine’s psychiatric services at the VA enabled him to move past debilitating PTSD, and to help others do the same.
Anesthesia may not be top of mind for parents prepping their kids for surgery, but Yale Medicine takes special care of the little ones.
David Brown battled severe and debilitating anxiety for years. Yale Medicine clinicians helped him recognize the triggers and adapt.
Wes McGee’s entire body was covered in an itchy red rash, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL). HIs trips to Yale Medicine saved his life.
Opioid addiction is a public health emergency. At Yale Medicine, opioid addiction is treated as a chronic disease requiring immediate and long-term care.
When Jeremy Savage needed to lose weight, he turned to Yale Medicine—and achieved weight loss without undergoing bariatric surgery.
Unnecessary lab tests may prompt further testing that may not be helpful. Yale Medicine guards against unneeded tests.
New therapies have become remarkably effective at halting or slowing the progression of multiple sclerosis--especially if it's caught early.
Meredith Gilmore had a great life. One day, after running for eight miles, she had a stroke. With the help of Yale Medicine, she worked hard to recover.
Advances in care over the last decade have extended the lifespan of glioblastoma patients. Credit everything from surgery to symptom management.