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A Johns Hopkins expert is studying the results of weight-loss surgery to understand why some people overeat.
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center scientists discovered shape-shifting prostate cancer cells that may eventually suggest potential ways to intercept or reverse the ability of cancers to spread.
A Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist explains how doctors look at the stomach lining without performing surgery.
There are many treatment and management options for prostate cancer, even when it's caught at a later stage.
Prostate cancer treatments today have been revolutionized by robotic technology and refined techniques. That means fewer complications and side effects.
Gene therapy offers hope for the future of hearing loss treatment.
New research in Alzheimer’s disease focuses on a protein that interrupts signals between brain cells and may point to a new direction in treatment.
Eat when you feel hungry, stop when you don’t. But what if you never feel full?
Two recent studies show that analyzing some brain tumors’ DNA markers can help doctors classify them more accurately.
Does caffeine enhance your long-term memory? Yes, according to Johns Hopkins University research.