Each year, more than six million Americans are infected with this sexually transmitted disease. So, should women worry about HPV?
Not getting enough sleep can affect your health in far-reaching and surprising ways. Discover how a bad night can impact you throughout the day.
For over 30 years, Camp Sunrise has helped kids like Ella escape the stress of cancer treatment. Learn more about the camp and its network of counselors and volunteers.
Scientists have developed a blood test that can distinguish between cancer and non-cancer DNA — allowing doctors to more easily flag some early-stage tumors.
Do you often suffer from gas, constipation or diarrhea? If so, your diet may be to blame. Reach for these foods instead for healthier digestion.
Autoimmune disease happens when your body mistakenly attacks normal cells. Learn how to recognize common autoimmune disease symptoms and when you should see a doctor.
Prostate cancer is currently one of the most common cancers in men. A Johns Hopkins expert answers patients’ most common questions about screening and detection.
It’s important to have enough calcium to keep your body in tip-top shape, yet there’s some evidence that a high amount of calcium can do more harm than good. Find out if you're getting the right dose.
- Get more news from Johns Hopkins Medicine.