Calcium supplements aren’t necessary for most women. Learn why they aren’t good for you, and what you can do instead to keep your bones strong.
An algorithm developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins makes it easier and faster to spot similarities in how patients’ bodies respond to autoimmune diseases.
Conflict doesn’t just weigh down the spirit; it can lead to physical health issues.
Here’s how to stay rested even when you’re shifting time zones.
New study on aging and autism spectrum disorder finds that behavior problems can be reduced over time through medication or programs — such as those underway at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center’s adult autism clinic.
For teenagers living with epilepsy, controlling seizures — while fostering confidence — is essential. Here are five tips for parents who want to encourage their kids' independence while helping them stay safe.
Most adults need seven to eight hours of sleep to feel refreshed — and if you’re spending that much time per night on your mattress, it’s going to wear out over time.
Six students were chosen from more than 200 participants to share their life stories at the fifth annual Johns Hopkins CARES Symposium on July 26 in the Armstrong Medical Education Building.
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