Researchers have identified cells in the brains of mice that may ultimately help humans sleep better.
For children’s brain tumors, surgery is still a mainstay of treatment. Advancements in imaging technology and surgical approaches are improving outcomes for pediatric neurosurgery.
Hamida Ebadi, a management apprentice in the Johns Hopkins Environmental Care Department, is executive director of an organization that provides education and health care to women and children in her native Afghanistan.
New research found that certain diabetes medications can also treat heart disease. If you have diabetes, you should learn more about these options.
You don’t need a pantry stocked with trendy health foods to eat a heart-healthy diet. Learn what’s best to prevent heart disease and live longer.
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.
Caring for an ill or aging loved one can be fulfilling and rewarding, and it might even help your health — but it can be draining. Learn when to consider bringing in help.
In an age of technological distractions and financial pressures, the Aliki Initiative is breaking new ground in patient care by training young doctors in an old practice: getting to know patients as people.
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