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A team of researchers has devised a Pac-Man-style power pellet that gets normally mild-mannered cells to gobble up their undesirable neighbors -- a development that may point the way to better therapies for infection and cancer.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital has ranked number three in the nation, with 10 specialties in the top five, in the annual U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals rankings. Read more.
You’ve probably read plenty of advice about maintaining a sleeping environment that’s calm, cool and clear of glowing electronic gadgets -- but did you think to include the person you share your bed with?
The 4-year-old Mississippi child whose HIV infection was put in remission with pre-emptive anti-viral treatment shortly after birth has shown signs of viral recurrence, according to the team that has been following the patient since birth.
In addition to physical obstacles that amputation patients need to learn to navigate, there are often as many psychological hurdles. Find out how physicians like Stephen Wegener are helping amputation patients heal themselves.
An ingenious machine in the The Johns Hopkins Hospital's Nelson building may help moms on staff, who often work odd hours, and might have forgotten to bring a critical piece of paraphernalia.