Although it has enormous potential for treating cancer and many other serious diseases, stem cell therapy has a long way to go. See how pinpointing stem cells at work in the body could help researchers create more effective treatments.
A promising new drug has the potential to transform the treatment of heart failure. But the long road from concept to compound has not been without its bumps and blind alleys.
Veterinary pathologists at Johns Hopkins are improving the health of critters of all shapes and sizes — from frogs, dogs and even giraffes. See how they're using research findings to optimize care for animals at the Maryland Zoo and National Aquarium.
Conducting research aboard a spacecraft is no small task. Meet two scientists who are protecting genetic experiments from the perils of outer space.
Sleep is essential for teens’ mental and physical health — and their safety at work and behind the wheel. Discover how much rest they need, and learn practical ways to guard against sleep deprivation.
Why do physician trainees experience depression and suicide at rates much higher than the general public? Meet the team of educators working to unravel the mystery of physician burnout.
Hand and arm transplants are enormously complex procedures. Learn from two experts about the considerations that go into each surgery.
Exercise is one of the most important things you can do during pregnancy. Discover the truth about safely staying active while pregnant.
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