A decade after receiving bariatric surgery to improve her health, Michele Henderson reflects on successes, tribulations and her efforts to keep off the 110 pounds she lost.
Residents receive training in substance abuse, mental health, homelessness, urban violence and more while also receiving opportunities to work with professional, governmental and community agencies that serve urban populations.
Discover how the Sibley Innovation Hub is defining problems, building on ideas and working to find creative solutions to some of Sibley Memorial Hospital’s most pressing concerns.
Learn more about upcoming events surrounding the Symphony of Lights, a spectacular display of 70 larger-than-life animated and stationary light creations benefiting Howard County General Hospital.
Using an ultrasensitive blood test to detect the presence of a protein that heralds heart muscle injury, researchers have found that obese people without overt heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels their risk for heart failure down the road.
Join Director of Gynecologic Oncology Amanda Fader and oncology dietitian Mary-Eve Brown on Dec. 2 to discuss the correlations between excess weight and the risk of certain women’s cancers.
A new study from Johns Hopkins takes a big step toward answering questions about immunity, shedding light on how the body recognizes enemies on the molecular level — and how that process can go wrong.
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