"Problematic" Gaming Linked To Depression, Drugs, And Fighting

In a survey that's sure to be taken the wrong way by somebody, researchers at the Yale School of Medicine have discovered links between "problematic gaming" and negative health behaviors like smoking, doing drugs, and fighting. But first, good news! » 1/19/11 2:40pm 1/19/11 2:40pm

Why E.Coli Bacteria Is Better Than Your Computer

Computers crash all the time, even when running Linux. Human beings do not. A Yale study compares the structure of the Linux operating system to E. Coli bacteria to help determine why you and I suffer so few system crashes. » 5/05/10 2:00pm 5/05/10 2:00pm

Yale-Developed Game Teaches Young Children To Avoid HIV

The National Institute of Health is granting Yale associate professor Dr. Lynn Fielin $3.9 million over five years to develop a game aimed at helping children aged 9 through 14 say no to sex, drugs, and other HIV-transmitting behaviors. » 2/05/10 1:20pm 2/05/10 1:20pm