For years, researchers have been tracking an elusive creature, a complex of proteins thought to be at fault in some cases of sudden cardiac death. They finally captured images of the complex.
In a recent article for The Hill, Dr. Paul Rothman and Dr. E. Albert Reece, dean of the School of Medicine at the University of Maryland, address the federal government’s decrease in financial support for biomedical research over the last decade.
A Johns Hopkins disaster-response expert explains how to take smart steps now so you and your loved ones can stay safe and bounce back quickly, no matter what Mother Nature throws your way.
Join Director of Gynecologic Oncology Amanda Fader and oncology dietitian Mary-Eve Brown on Dec. 2 to discuss the correlations between excess weight and the risk of certain women's cancers.
Lisa Cooper is the 2014 recipient of the Herbert W. Nickens Award, given annually to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to promoting justice in medical education and health care.
Researchers have found that genetic differences may account for why zinc supplements are more beneficial to some people than to others for the prevention and control of diabetes.
Scientists from Johns Hopkins and the University of Nebraska have discovered an algae virus never before seen in the throats of healthy people that may subtly alter a range of cognitive functions.
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