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.
A Johns Hopkins pediatrics clinic fights asthma and other conditions at a Baltimore charter school.
Do you like to grab an afternoon snooze? Good news: Napping can boost your brain health, but the length of your nap matters.
A Johns Hopkins heart disease expert shares what your body and lifestyle are trying to tell you through health numbers.
Caring for an ill or aging loved one can be fulfilling and rewarding, and it might even help your health — but it can be draining. Learn when to consider bringing in help.
While there are many causes of fatigue, one is frequently missed and misdiagnosed: postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS).
Kristin, a medical administrator and mother, was diagnosed with a papillary cancer on her thyroid gland. Johns Hopkins head and neck surgeon Jonathon Russell offered her the option of a scarless thyroidectomy to treat the cancer.
Constantine Lyketsos and Paul Worley share the advancements in treatment and latest developments toward a cure to fight the silence.
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