Nearly 20 years after a pioneering bone marrow transplant saved his life, Michael Billig found himself back at Johns Hopkins, once again putting his trust in a team of “hematological masters of the universe.”
Most adults need seven to eight hours of sleep to feel refreshed — and if you’re spending eight hours per night on your mattress, it’s going to wear out over time.
Just because you can buy aspirin without a prescription doesn’t mean it’s without risks. Taking it to prevent a heart attack could be harmful. Find out why.
Tummy troubles are a common cause for a visit to the doctor’s office, but when you complain of stomach pain, do the causes actually originate in your stomach?
Low levels of cellular copper appear to make fat cells fatter by altering how they process their main metabolic fuels, such as fat and sugar.
At an upcoming annual symposium, oncologist Julie Brahmer, M.D., will describe her quest for answers to this question.
Octopuses and humans are separated by 500 million years on the evolutionary tree, but new evidence shows genomic links between their social behaviors, including reaction to the mood drug ecstasy.
Learning to handle your emotions and those of a loved one with dementia can be anything but straightforward.
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