Yale researchers are not just following patients released from the hospital after surviving COVID-19, they are also studying the virus’ effect on people who only experienced mild or no symptoms and did not need hospitalization.
So many medical programs and trials are continuing during this pandemic, including studies on dementia being done at Yale.
While the world waits on a COVID-19 vaccine, many phase three human trials are underway, including trials at Yale University’s School of Medicine.
Yale researchers out with results of study on what went wrong inside CT nursing homes amid peak of pandemic
What went wrong inside Connecticut’s nursing homes? There’s a big push to find out why more than half of the state’s COVID-19 deaths happened inside health care facilities. Now, Yale researchers have published one of the first in-depth studies in the country.
According to a new Yale University study, children are better at fighting coronavirus.
A new Covid and obesity study is raising a number of concerns amid this pandemic.
The man was previously infected just over four months ago and researchers say his second infection is asymptomatic.
Instead of the six-foot rule everywhere, British researchers are proposing graded recommendations that take into account risk factors such as whether people are indoors or outdoors, and their exposure time with others.
The Yale School of Public Health’s saliva-based coronavirus test has been approved for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Would you feel safe flying if your risk of catching the Covid-19 virus was just 1 in 4,300?