Simple changes can have a powerful impact on the quality of rest. Learn how to optimize your sleep space with easy fixes from Johns Hopkins experts.
Dermatologist Luis Garza is working to reactivate the codes that allowed our cells to build our organs. See how harnessing this code as adults could change the healing process from scarring to regeneration.
Having twins doesn’t mean you need double of everything. Discover what nutrition, medical care and support are needed to optimize your babies’ health.
After stumbling upon a recipe for skeletal muscle cells, scientists are one step closer to tailored treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. These lab-grown cells mimic the disease and can shed light on the numerous genetic variations seen in patients.
What if doctors could forecast heart health? Scientists have found a protein that could indicate your risk of hypertension — long before symptoms begin to appear.
Think you handle illness better than your hubby? Sex differences might be to blame. Learn more about the role hormones and genetics play in overall health.
Even though 12 percent of married women struggle to get pregnant, the topic of infertility remains taboo. Johns Hopkins gynecologists share three things they want women to know.
A new program is targeting people with exceptional medical and psychosocial needs. Discover how it reduced costly emergency room visits and empowered patients to regain their health.
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