Yoga is no longer just for fitness. Learn three basic poses that could help improve your slumber.
A visit to John's primary care doctor revealed a troubling symptom: microscopic blood in the urine. After seeing a urologist, he was diagnosed with bladder cancer and soon after made the trip to Johns Hopkins. Watch his story.
Not all joint symptoms are warning signs of arthritis. A Johns Hopkins arthritis expert shares clues about what your joints are trying to tell you.
Biomedical engineers have created a better way to fit patients for leg braces. See how they're using off-the-shelf 3-D scanners to modernize this time-consuming, outdated procedure.
Founded 13 years ago by gastroenterologist Linda Lee, the Baltimore Kids Chess League continues to grow. See how the program has helped thousands of local children from more than 50 schools excel in the classroom and beyond.
Science triumphed over stigma this past March with the nation's first HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplant. Discover how this groundbreaking procedure has changed the odds for Americans living with HIV.
During her sophomore year of college, Kaitlyn began feeling fatigued and experiencing dizzy spells. Diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, she underwent a lifesaving transplant procedure. Read her story.
There are staggering differences in heart disease symptoms and risk factors between women and men — disparities most women are unaware of. Learn what every woman needs to know to protect her heart.
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