In the first of a new series of podcasts, Dean/CEO Paul Rothman discusses the National Institutes of Health's mandate to build a website for negative research results. Discover how these results may benefit patients and doctors alike.
Julian Colón was just 8 years old when doctors found a rare tumor in his chest cavity that was growing into his neck and the nerves of his arm. See how a team of Johns Hopkins experts, both inside and outside the operating room, rushed to Julian’s aid — and to the aid of his parents, who are both active-duty military.
Did you know that men develop heart disease 10 years earlier, on average, than women? Learn how to manage three key risk factors.
We're embracing our role as one of the largest employers in Maryland to create lasting change in our city. See how we're teaming up with the community for a stronger Baltimore through jobs, contracts and infrastructure.
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Think doing something a lot makes you better? Think again. New research has found that switching up your practice sessions may help you master skills faster than repeating the task the same way.
Researchers have found a new way to combat drug-resistant tuberculosis. See how this finding could give newfound potential to old antibiotics.
As many as half of all women are affected by hair loss at some point in their lives. A hair restoration expert provides answers to the top five questions she hears from women.
Psychologist Jason Brandt created a free online assessment to evaluate brain health in as little as 10 minutes. Learn more about the test and see if you or a loved one might be at risk.
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