Are you coping with stress in a healthy way? Ask yourself these questions and find out.
Could vision problems be the cause of poor reading skills for some kids in disadvantaged communities? A Johns Hopkins team aims to find out.
If you have multiple sclerosis or care for someone who does, you know it can be a frustrating, unpredictable condition. Here are some tips that can make it easier for patients and caregivers alike to deal with MS.
Have a sinus or allergy disorder? The Johns Hopkins Sinus Center has five locations in the greater Baltimore and Washington, D.C., regions for your convenience.
Public health experts have long known that tobacco smoke exposure can be harmful for children with bronchopulmonary dysplasia, a lung disease that often accompanies premature birth. Learn what a small study led by Johns Hopkins Children's Center investigators unearthed about a number of children whose caregivers claim not to smoke at home.
Like a surgeon separating conjoined twins, cells have to be careful to get everything just right when they divide in two. Until recently, the process of successful cell division and the formation of a dip called a cleavage furrow remained mysterious.
Learn more about the work of the experts at the Neurosurgery Pain Research Institute, a group dedicated to better understanding chronic pain to develop new and effective treatments.
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