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Change your meal choices and boost your ability to fight disease
A test for genetic biomarkers may supersede repeat biopsies
Damage traced in part to dopamine system injury in brain cells
Better sleep often includes the person beside you.
Molecular inhibitor represents new treatment target for drugs to halt atherosclerosis
How incorporating play can benefit health
Experiments in mice with a bone disorder similar to that in women after menopause show that a scientifically overlooked group of cells are likely crucial to the process of bone loss caused by the...
Gene Variation Affects Brain Cell Development
Researchers Pinpoint Protein Crucial For Development Of Biological Rhythms In Mice
Johns Hopkins researchers say they have developed a technique that can predict — with 95 percent accuracy — which stroke victims will benefit from intravenous, clot-busting drugs and which will...
Scientists zoom in and out as the brain processes sound
Molecular “Eat Now” Sign Makes Cells Devour Dying Neighbors
Brain might be more resilient with advanced schooling
Younger women with diabetes have a higher risk for heart disease
Star-shaped brain cells may help control brain’s focus
Discoveries hail from cataloging human proteins
Compounds in saliva may fend off chemicals in tea and coffee
Scientists discover how tumor cells divide when oxygen-starved
New building to serve as “entryway” to Kimmel Cancer Center
Tumor cells penetrated by particles carrying genetic instructions.
Birth by C-Section, Early Antibiotic Use Put Kids at Risk for Allergic Esophagitis.
Biomarkers may predict traumatic brain injury outcomes.
A new cranioplasty technique preserves brain protection.
LevelCheck aims to prevent surgical error during spine surgery.
Breakthrough could improve mortality and preserve fertility.
Allergy drops may be a less painful alternative for people who are unable to comply with allergy shots.
Patients who come to Johns Hopkins for epilepsy surgery sometimes require a prequel to their treatment: a multiday stint in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit.
A study of 69,000 Medicare patient records led by Johns Hopkins researchers shows that people with spine compression fractures who undergo operations to strengthen back bones with cement survive...
Genetic mutations aren’t the only thing that can keep a protein called PTEN from doing its tumor-suppressing job. Johns Hopkins researchers have now discovered that four small chemical tags attached...