Science triumphed over stigma this past March with the nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplant. See how this groundbreaking procedure has changed the odds for Americans living with HIV.
During her sophomore year of college, Kaitlyn began feeling fatigued and experiencing dizzy spells. Diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, she underwent a lifesaving transplant procedure. Read her story.
There are staggering differences in heart disease symptoms and risk factors between women and men — disparities most women are unaware of. Learn what every woman needs to know to protect her heart.
As many as 5 million Americans are infected with the hepatitis C virus, and more than three-quarters of them are baby boomers. Discover the truth about this common — and now curable — disease.
Age doesn’t have to drain your energy levels. Discover how to get more energy and feel your best every day with these tips from a Johns Hopkins expert.
Scientists have created a test to spot tiny bits of cancer DNA in the blood. See how this discovery could one day simplify treatment decisions for patients with early-stage colorectal cancer.
Travel, shift work, daylight saving time: These kinds of changes can disrupt your internal clock and sleep schedule. But a few simple strategies can show you how to get better sleep.
A brain simulation could help researchers better understand how humans process sound — and why those with schizophrenia and tinnitus hear things that don't exist.
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