A new study from the Johns Hopkins Children's Center suggests a common biological mechanism linking children with ADHD and an eating disorder.
It has long been thought that DNA stabilize once a cell matures. Results of a recent study suggest otherwise: Cells appear to frequently alter their DNA to perform everyday functions.
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Don't be fooled by these old wives' tales. Johns Hopkins physicians reveal the truth behind five common medical myths.
For years, Mary Tompkins’ kidney disease meant she had to experience life’s special, everyday moments from the sidelines. When Johns Hopkins surgeons put her on a paired donor chain, she got back to her full — and healthy — life.
Experiments in mice reveal how breast milk works to ward off the development of intestinal disease in premature babies, according to a team of scientists led by David Hackam, Johns Hopkins' pediatric surgeon-in-chief.
ICU Interventions Developed at Johns Hopkins Sharply Reduce Bloodstream Infections in Abu Dhabi Hospitals
A bundled intervention focused on evidence-based infection prevention practices, safety culture and teamwork, and scheduled measurement of infection rates considerably reduced central line-associated bloodstream infections across intensive care units in seven Abu Dhabi hospitals.
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