Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist Anne Marie Lennon, M.D., Ph.D., advises patients to pay attention to changes in their body, as it could be a sign of something serious.
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.
Gastric cancer, commonly known as stomach cancer, is responsible for half a million deaths worldwide each year. Expert Fabian Johnston answers commonly asked questions about this disease.
Urologist H. Ballentine Carter is leading efforts to prevent overtreatment for prostate cancer. See how his team is using data to sort indolent cancers from aggressive ones.
Probiotics (such as those found in yogurt) may relieve some psychiatric and digestive symptoms in men with schizophrenia.
In re-evaluating hallucinogenic drugs, psychopharmacologists Matthew Johnson and Roland Griffiths have discovered psilocybin’s potential to treat various disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorder and inflammatory disease.
New findings suggest that if you are caring for a spouse with Alzheimer’s, you have a higher risk of developing the disease yourself.
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