Contraceptive pills and injections can be hard to obtain in developing countries. Learn about a new model that will help train health care workers to meet the needs of those in their community.
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.
The retina may be the only part of the body that ignores your internal clock. See how a light-sensitive pigment helps your eye defy the brain and regulate your sleep/wake cycle.
Nutritional Deficiencies Common Before Weight Loss Surgery
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.
Catching adenocarcinoma may one day be as a simple as a blood test. Researchers have discovered genetic changes that indicate the very start of this deadly disease's development.
Instead of receiving care at regular checkups, low-income women with recent pregnancy complications are visiting the emergency room, suggesting possible gaps in postpartum care available through Medicaid.
For those on low or fixed incomes, hearing aids can often be out of reach. See how a local program is helping seniors find cheaper alternatives and communicate better with their loved ones.
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