Using anonymized data from mobile devices showed physical distancing was less prevalent in rural areas compared with cities and suburbs, according to the study.
In a new Yale study researchers provide evidence that persuading white evangelical Christian vaccine holdouts to get their shots has only gotten more difficult.
A new Yale study investigates what types of public health messages are most effective at convincing people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Public health messaging that emphasizes protecting others’ health is also more effective at promoting the habit in the U.S., a new Yale co-authored study finds.
A Yale SOM research-based initiative called NORM has given birth to mask-wearing campaigns in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, India, and parts of Latin America.
The COVID-19 pandemic increased our feelings of paranoia, particularly in states where wearing masks was mandated, a new Yale study has shown.
A new Yale study finds vaccine acceptance is higher in low- and middle-income countries than wealthy ones, lighting a path to better global pandemic outcomes.