Most of us -- about 80 percent, according to some studies -- have experienced back pain. Courtesy of Howard County's blog Well & Wise, here are five tips to save your back.
It’s a common worry among new mothers: What happens if I experience postpartum depression? Could I hurt my child, or myself? But what happens if researchers can predict which mothers might develop the condition, so they can get the help they need?
Johns Hopkins engineers and cardiology experts have teamed up to develop a fingernail-sized biosensor that could alert doctors when serious brain injury occurs during heart surgery. This new device could help doctors devise new ways to minimize brain damage or begin treatment more quickly.
A Johns Hopkins undergraduate biomedical engineering student team has won the top prize in a national Collegiate Inventors Competition for devising a new way to improve the way life-saving shocks are delivered to hearts -- learn more about the PrestoPatch system.
While many people believe new technology may be responsible for the rising costs of health care in the United States, Johns Hopkins Medicine International CEO Steve Thompson claims technology might be the key to affordable health care costs.
Learn how Johns Hopkins On-Site Employee Health and Wellness Centers, located in over 50 sites across 23 states, help companies control employee medical costs.
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