A diagnosis of a meningioma can be frightening, but most of these tumors are treatable with surgery. Here's what patients need to know.
From low fat to low carb, there's no shortage of commercial diet options for Americans looking to lose weight. See how an obesity expert is working to quantify the effectiveness of each.
Urologist Michael Johnson explains the connection between prostate cancer and exercise, and offers tips for getting started with a new workout routine.
Conventional CT and MRI scans require patients to lie down, which can make it difficult for doctors to spot joint problems. Now, a new technology enables knees, ankles and feet to be imaged while standing.
Matsie was looking forward to a summer at the beach when she was first diagnosed with cancer. Meet Matsie, and see how Johns Hopkins is changing the way it cares for other adolescents and young adults like her.
The bacteria in your mouth could be creating trouble for your joints. A recent report suggests that pesky gum infections can trigger rheumatoid arthritis.
Not getting enough sleep can affect your health in far-reaching and surprising ways. Learn more about the effects of sleep deprivation.
There are more than 100,000 people waiting for an organ in the U.S., yet many are hesitant to share their story. Now, a new app is helping users identify and connect with potential donors.
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