Levi Watkins Jr., a revolutionary cardiac surgeon and civil rights pioneer, paved the way for countless medical students of color. Join us in honoring his work.
Trying to get started with a heart-smart routine? Learn which small changes, like snacking on energy bars or wearing fitness trackers, will benefit your health the most.
More than 200 women in the school of medicine have reached the highest academic rank of full professor. Hear from the 201st about efforts underway to continue our commitment.
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Johns Hopkins began its partnership with the Singapore government’s National Healthcare Group in 1999. See how the program is making strides against diseases endemic to that part of the world, like liver and nasopharyngeal cancers.
Recent findings have revealed how flies use odor to mark ideal mating and eating spots. Discover how this research could one day help control mosquito-borne diseases, like malaria.
Caregiver stress, divorce anxiety, a family feud. Relationship strains can affect your cardiovascular health. A Johns Hopkins expert explains the connection and offers strategies to reduce heart risks.
Most would assume that obese people are well-nourished, but results of a recent study found that many have low levels of important vitamins and minerals. Discover why an abundance of food doesn't always guarantee good nutrition.
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