Yale study finds Elder Life Program
helps curb 'downward spiral' in
elderly hospitalized patients
A program designed to reduce six risk factors for delirium in hospitalized patients 70 years old or older successfully cut the number of patients who developed symptoms by 40 percent compared to a control group, a Yale study has shown.
U.S. Surgeon General to speak
at Medical Library
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher will address the 51st annual meeting of the Associates of the Cushing/
Whitney Medical Library on Wednesday, March 24, at 4 p.m. in the Medical Historical Library, 333 Cedar St.
Yale rower breaks world record
(for the fifth time)
Yale senior Connie Wright, a rower on the women's crew team, broke the collegiate lightweight 2,000-meter world record in the 1999 Charles River All-Stars Has-Beens Regatta (CRASH-B) on Feb. 21 in Boston.
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'From Bojangles to Broadway' exhibit celebrates black musical entertainers
Director will bring his 'unique insights' to 'The Glass Menagerie'
Campus conferences will examine issues related to AIDS
Yale's 'winningest' women's basketball coach stepping down
Yale is first site in state to offer new test for cervical cancer risk
Barbara J. Bachmann, microbiologist and longtime Yale affiliate, died Jan. 31
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|Cecelia DeMarco, the Yale women's basketball coach, who is the winningest coach in Yale women's basketball history with 107 wins in nine seasons, announced her retirement from coaching on March 1. READ STORY|