Through a new academic partnership, students at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School earn college credits while preparing for college and employment.
A Johns Hopkins digestive health expert discusses the ways your digestive system changes with age, and shares the best ways to promote gut health and prevent digestive discomfort.
In a required course, school of medicine students learn that pain is complex, and so is treatment.
Sleep is critical for teens’ mental and physical development, as well as their safety at work and behind the wheel. Johns Hopkins experts share how much sleep is enough — and practical ways to guard against sleep deprivation.
Depression affects about half of those with multiple sclerosis over the course of their life. But due to some of the misconceptions surrounding depression, it remains underreported and undertreated.
A genetic disorder that causes high cholesterol from birth can lead to early heart disease. Learn how a simple test can tell if you have it.
Meet four Johns Hopkins “greats” who made seminal contributions in the early years of the school of medicine — and their contemporary counterparts who have grabbed the baton to move their fields forward farther still.
Johns Hopkins researchers have invented a new class of cancer immunotherapy drugs that are more effective at harnessing the power of the immune system to fight cancer.
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