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.
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.
An unsteady walk and facial numbness sent Sue to the emergency room. There, doctors discovered a deep-set brain tumor that could only be accessed through a minimally invasive technique.
Craniosynostosis causes an abnormal head shape in infants. A Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon answers parents’ most pressing questions.
Complementary and alternative medicine treatments, such as yoga, massage and acupuncture, can help ease the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Here are six integrative therapies to consider.
Probiotics (such as those found in yogurt) may relieve some psychiatric and digestive symptoms in men with schizophrenia.
If your kid starts to display unusual behaviors, or if you suspect they are struggling with a mental health problem, it’s important to know the facts.
A four-year program brought multiple stakeholders together to improve community health and reduce health disparities for those receiving care at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and surrounding areas. Learn more about the barriers to care they addressed.
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