Even a tiny stumble can have catastrophic consequences for the elderly. Here are simple strategies from Johns Hopkins experts to prevent falls.
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.
Desperate after numerous unsuccessful sinus surgeries to treat an aggressive nasal infection, Virginia resident Dan found the Johns Hopkins Sinus Center. After sinus surgery and sublingual immunotherapy allergy treatment, Dan is now infection-free and no longer taking decongestants. Watch his story.
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.
Patients researching their centers of care may need to dig a bit deeper. Results of a recent study indicate that current safety measures often misinform patients and fail to accurately capture the quality of care provided.
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.
In the span of just 10 days, a team of volunteer surgeons, nurses and physical therapists provided 59 joint replacement surgeries for needy residents of Ludhiana, India. Learn more about the program and its work across the globe.
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