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Center renamed in honor
of its founder
Yale's Bush Center in Child Development and Social Policy, one of the nation's oldest centers for child and family policy research, has been renamed the Edward Zigler Center for Child Development and Social Policy.
Study: Benefits of red wine
due to more than just alcohol
A review article of the latest studies looking at red wine and cardiovascular health shows that drinking two to three glasses of red wine daily is good for the heart, according to a School of Medicine researcher writing in the Journal of American College of Surgeons.
STDs high even in teens
who take virginity pledges
Young adults who take virginity pledges as adolescents are as likely to be infected with sexually transmitted diseases as those who do not take virginity pledges, Yale and Columbia University researchers report in the March 18 issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health.
Health care providers can learn valuable lessons from TB preventoriums of the past, says scientist
At the turn of the century, physicians, nurses and social workers, in the name of public health, took the unprecedented action of removing thousands of impoverished children they had labeled "pre-tubercular" from their homes and transporting them to institutions known as preventoriums.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Three physicists named to endowed posts
Economist appointed to Beinecke chair
SOM hosts government leaders from Kazakhstan
Yale-developed brace heading for market
New York Times columnist to give next Poynter Fellowship Lecture
International group of scholars to probe 'Why Literature Matters'
Conference will explore the global flow of information
Discussion will examine legal rights of victims of genocide, torture
Divinity School event to tackle the 'Sunday-Monday disconnect'
Software being developed by the Peabody's BioGeomancer project will improve usefulness of natural history collections worldwide
Study: High-risk treatments best for some breast cancer patients
Richard Siken is selected as new Yale Younger Poet
With short training program, ER workers can intervene with problem drinkers
Yale Books in Brief
Jeffrey Kenney appointed chair of astronomy department
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Yale's Bush Center in Child Development and Social Policy has been renamed the Edward Zigler Center for Child Development and Social Policy.
A girl's ward on the porch of Cleveland Cottage, a preventorium for children from New York City in Lakewood, New Jersey.