In January 2014, Mollie and her husband were in Paris on the first day of their dream vacation. But a sudden stroke cut Mollie’s vacation short and resulted in a life-changing diagnosis — and treatment.
In re-evaluating hallucinogenic drugs, psychopharmacologists Matthew Johnson and Roland Griffiths have discovered psilocybin’s potential to treat various disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorder and inflammatory disease.
Every brain aneurysm — and every patient — is unique. Finding the right treatment plan for you is the goal of neurosurgeons. Here are four common questions answered, from Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Judy Huang, M.D.
One in five Americans is affected by hearing loss, but there are many different causes and treatment options for hearing loss patients.
Researchers have designed a thin, biodegradable plastic coating for metal implants that can release multiple antibiotics to diminish the chance of infections.
Unlike hepatitis A and B, hepatitis C has no vaccine. Now, researchers think they've uncovered why.
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States. A Johns Hopkins expert answers questions on when to begin scheduling a mammogram, what to do if you recognize a breast cyst and more.
New findings suggest that if you are caring for a spouse with Alzheimer’s, you have a higher risk of developing the disease yourself.
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