Simple lifestyle changes can help you control three common diseases of the older eye: glaucoma, cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.
An interactive Web app created by Johns Hopkins biomedical engineers generates 3-D views of Ebola virus disease proteins to uncover the virus’ potential vulnerabilities.
As people get older, their vitamin needs change. Here are six vitamin checks for seniors to stay at their nutritional best, courtesy of Dr. Alicia Arbaje in Howard County General Hospital’s Well & Wise blog.
The cells that form triple-negative breast cancer tumors lack three proteins that would make the cancer respond to powerful, customized treatments. But now, researchers at The Johns Hopkins University have discovered a way that breast cancer cells are able to resist the effects of chemotherapy — and a way to reverse that process.
Researchers report that their test of an interventional X-ray guidance device has the potential to reduce the radiation exposure of patients undergoing intra-arterial therapy for liver cancer.
Using an ultrasensitive blood test to detect the presence of a protein that heralds heart muscle injury, researchers from Johns Hopkins and elsewhere have found that obese people without overt heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels their risk for heart failure down the road.
Low vision is defined as chronic vision impairment that cannot be fixed by contact lenses, glasses, surgery or medicine — but rehabilitation services can help improve the lives of patients with uncorrectable vision loss.
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