Women who have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer are almost immediately faced with treatment choices. If you’re weighing your options, here are three things to consider.
After 40 years, there may finally be an alternative to laser therapy to treat a severe, potentially blinding form of diabetic retinal disease. See how this discovery could help millions preserve their vision.
Between classes and labs, about 75 percent of Johns Hopkins’ medical students find time to volunteer in the East Baltimore area. Meet three who are committed to helping local residents thrive.
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The American Heart Association has honored Hal Dietz, M.D. with the 2015 Research Achievement Award for his lifesaving discoveries related to the cause and treatment of aortic aneurysm.
Physical activity may be just as good for your mind as your body. Exercise appears to boost levels of an enzyme that protects against the type of stress associated with cognitive decline.
Since the Nobel Prize-winning discovery of telomerase, identifying other molecules that lengthen or shorten the protective caps on the ends of chromosomes has proved to be challenging. Now, researchers have found a new method to accelerate the study of telomere-related diseases and cancer.
To improve health around the world, we're transmitting innovative knowledge and fostering discovery. Hear from Dean/CEO Paul Rothman about our most recent international collaborations.
When it comes to sleep, quality appears to be more important than quantity. See why awakening several times throughout the night is worse than simply getting up too early.
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