It's a myth that eating healthy has to cost big bucks. Learn how to eat better, make smarter choices and avoid breaking the bank.
The lows of depression — dark moods, lack of energy, loss of joy — affect many people at some point in their lives. Discover what activity deserves a place among therapies shown to lift mild to moderate depression symptoms.
"I want you to imagine a world without breast cancer. That is our goal," says Dr. Kala Visvanathan. See how Johns Hopkins researchers are working to prevent the disease that affects one in eight women.
While not quite up to par with prostate biopsies yet, high-resolution ultrasound has shown great promise in its first ever pilot study. In time, this technology may offer a less invasive alternative to biopsies.
A 12-year study revealed why the Costa Rican coral snake's toxins don't have an effect on the proteins that most venoms target — and may help shed light on the causes of epilepsy, schizophrenia and chronic pain.
Most “risk calculators” used by clinicians to gauge a patient’s chances of suffering a heart attack and guide treatment decisions appear to significantly overestimate the likelihood of a heart attack, according to a new study.
Stories about the measles outbreak have saturated the public, dominating news media and social outlets and sparking lively discussions. Johns Hopkins Children’s Center infectious disease experts Julia McMillan and Aaron Milstone provide answers to some common questions about measles.
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