Fearing discrimination and hostility, transgender people are often reluctant to seek health care. Discover how nurse educator Paula Neira is working to ensure that all patients — regardless of gender identity — are treated with dignity and respect.
Graduate students from The Johns Hopkins University revamped an empty lot with green space and a vegetable garden to support Real Food Farm, which trains youths and adults from across Baltimore in agricultural and horticultural jobs.
In cards designed by teenage girls at a school in Baltimore, women with advanced breast cancer compose messages for important moments in their children's lives.
Everyday activities, like eating, drinking and speaking, can be frustrating for people with facial paralysis. According to a recent study, lip fillers — typically used for cosmetic procedures — could offer hope.
About one-third of patients admitted to an intensive care unit will develop delirium, a condition that lengthens hospital stays and substantially increases the risk of dying while admitted, according to new research.
Some human DNA act as "dimmer switches," controlling the activity level of nearby genes. Now, a decade of work has yielded a computer formula that predicts which mutations are most likely to wreak havoc.
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