After more than 44 years of unparalleled service to Johns Hopkins, Ronald R. Peterson has announced plans to retire as president of Johns Hopkins Health System and executive vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine at the end of 2017.
The inactivity of modern lifestyles can take a toll on your health. Find out what you can do to stave off Sitting Disease.
Until very recently most biomedical research was conducted on men, leaving women with less information about their diseases, symptoms and treatments. Learn about efforts underway to improve care for women of all ages.
Do you snooze on your side or spend the night staring at the ceiling? Some sleep positions can interfere with your health and comfort. Find the best position for you.
Three Johns Hopkins experts square off on the ethics of teaching—and promoting—high-value care.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a medication that can reduce one’s risk for HIV by up to 90 percent. Meet adolescent medicine specialist Renata Arrington-Sanders and learn about her work to engage at-risk youth.
There’s a popular belief that alcohol — especially red wine — is good for the heart. Does a glass of wine a day keep the doctor away?
Rehabilitation physician and back pain expert Akhil Chhatre answers questions about lower back pain and sheds some light on its origin.
If you’re struggling with waking up in the middle of the night, these expert sleeping tips can help you get back to bed.
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