A gene mutation associated with schizophrenia and depression may contribute to disease by damaging the brain's "wiring" during early development, a finding that sheds light on the poorly understood causes of these conditions.
More than 40 percent of parents have made potentially dangerous errors when giving their children medicine. Learn which measuring devices are safest and what considerations should be made before administering your child's prescriptions at home.
Women are more likely to experience sleep problems than men. Charlene Gamaldo, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep, offers tips to help women get more rest.
Join memory specialist Constantine Lyketsos to learn about treatment options for memory loss and related behavioral conditions such as depression and Alzheimer’s disease.
Suburban Hospital is using clinical decision units, which consist of physicians, nurse practitioners, case managers, social workers, pharmacists and nurses, to make choices in the Emergency Department that improve patient care and reduce costs.
Researchers have explained why completing an identical or similar task is easier the second or third time around: Our learning is shaped not only by the memories of how to perform the task but also by memories of errors made.
Learn more and register for A Woman's Journey, the annual conference scheduled for Nov. 1 in Baltimore, which focuses on important issues affecting women's health.