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The 125th anniversary of the school of medicine is a great time to look back at some of the innovations since 1893.
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Current sleep studies take place in a lab, but the future of sleep research looks much different, says sleep expert Dr. Charlene Gamaldo.
Statin drugs can significantly lower your cholesterol. Despite statins having a safe track record, many people have concerns about taking them based on myths about statins that aren’t true.
Johns Hopkins has new tools to recruit and retain underrepresented minorities on its faculty.
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New research finds that doubt may have important implications for understanding the nature of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
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