Can brain games really give you a boost? Does your diet affect your recall? A Johns Hopkins expert shares what science shows about memory.
A team designed a 1.5-cubic-inch mechanism that detects hepatitis C, provides a complete blood count and performs other blood tests. Discover its potential in eliminating diagnostic barriers.
Each year, between 5 to 20 percent of Americans get the flu, sending many to the hospital with severe complications. Learn how you and your loved ones can stay safe this flu season.
Scientists have identified an area of the mosquito brain that governs taste and smell. Exploiting this newfound region might allow researchers to repel mosquitos by making people especially unappetizing.
For decades, including pregnant women in drug and vaccine trials was considered unethical. But how do we know which drugs and vaccines are safe for them and their babies? Discover how bioethicists are pushing to close that knowledge gap.
Patients can develop bedsores in as little as two hours as pressure builds on vulnerable areas. To prevent them from forming in the first place, surgeons and biomedical engineers have teamed up to create pressure-detecting bandages.
With increased use of image testing, pancreatic cysts are being detected with greater frequency. Join gastroenterologist Anne Marie Lennon and surgical oncologist Chris Wolfgang for a free webinar as they discuss the different types of cysts, their signs and symptoms, and the surgical removal process.
Depression and insomnia often go hand in hand. Know the connection between the two, and learn how to recognize symptoms and get treatment for both.
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