There’s a popular belief that alcohol — especially red wine — is good for the heart. Does a glass of wine a day keep the doctor away?
In just three years, a group of students has screened more than 3,000 underserved seniors for eye disease. The team works across Baltimore to flag dangerous conditions like glaucoma and macular degeneration, and fit residents for new glasses — all free of charge.
If you’re struggling with waking up in the middle of the night, these expert sleeping tips can help you get back to bed.
Researchers say they've discovered a new way the brain talks with the body. But the brain's “SOS signals” to the immune system may do more harm than good.
Good intentions alone won’t give your heart the benefits of exercise. But these tips from a Johns Hopkins cardiologist can help you make a commitment to fitness and your heart.
Unsure about the "calcifications" or "asymmetry" mentioned in your mammogram report? You're not alone. Learn how to interpret the jargon with help from two breast cancer experts.
We often picture depression as curling up under the covers in sadness, but it can manifest in entirely different ways in men and women.
New research in Alzheimer’s disease focuses on a protein that interrupts signals between brain cells and may point to a new direction in treatment.
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