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Hair dye use may boost risk of cancer
Yale researchers have found that lifetime users of hair coloring products have an increased risk of developing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL), a cancer that attacks the lymphatic system, part of the body's immune system.
Yale physician who helped Iranian earthquake relief efforts describes 'fallout' of the disaster
On Dec. 26, a major earthquake measuring about 6.7 on the Richter scale struck the ancient city of Bam in the Iranian desert; almost one week earlier, an earthquake of similar scale struck southern California.
New Kahn chair to bring young architects to Yale
A new endowed chair, the Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professorship, has been established at the School of Architecture.
'Hatching the Past' explores
Dinosaur and bird eggs and nests -- including a 50-million-year-old bird egg geode -- are among the objects on view in a new exhibit at the Peabody Museum of Natural History that explores the link between dinosaurs and birds.
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Japanese chess champion balances strategizing and study
Exhibit explores experiences of black soldiers in the Civil War
Campus celebration of Black History Month features an array of events
Scientists discover how mosquitoes smell their human prey
Studies shed light on struggle to quit smoking
Bipolar disorder linked to decrease in brain structure governing emotions
Study: Post-traumatic stress disorder less severe in veterans following 9/11 attacks
Heavy rainfall not only wears down mountains, it lifts them up, says study
Drama School to stage contemporary Irish comedy
Leading art critics featured in new discussion series
Search committee named for Yale College Dean
New SOM advisory board will discuss the school's mission and goals
Yale neurologist honored for contributions to epilepsy research
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Titled "Sauropods Hatching," this artwork by Luis Rey is part of a new multi-media exhibition at the Peabody Museum that looks at scientists' theories that dinosaurs and birds are closely related.
Dr. Asghar Rastegar (second from left) returned to his native Iran recently to help with the relief efforts for victims of the December earthquake, which claimed 40,000 to 50,000 lives.