Is intermittent fasting for you? New research indicates the restrictive eating schedule can improve health and fight disease. But the regimen, which mimics the feast-then-famine lifestyle of prehistoric hunters, isn’t for everyone.
Discover our approach to a combined #pancreas and #kidney #transplant operation and the quality of life afterwards.
For decades, harsh treatment of medical students and trainees was routinely ignored or excused. That culture is changing, and we are at the forefront, with new policies and resources to combat mistreatment.
Sneezing, coughing and suffering from a stuffy head? Learn which remedies help ease #commoncold symptoms and which are better left on the shelf.
"That's why some people claim 'I don't take naps because I feel worse when I wake up'. That’s probably because they are in deep sleep when they are woken up," said @AllChildrens expert Luis Ortiz.
On a recent episode of The Bottom Line on @AJEnglish, expert Lisa Maragakis discusses what we know so far about #coronavirus.
A larger waistline = higher risk of #heartdisease & #cancer. 8 tips to trim your belly for your #hearthealth. #bellyfat
"Especially in Maryland, science and technology and medicine are really part of the economic engine for this state, and we at Hopkins keep the motor running," said Nobel Prize winner Greg Semenza.
#Depression is one of the “nonmemory” symptoms of #Alzheimers. Recognizing & treating these “other” symptoms is essential.
Do you know what #flu symptoms you should be looking out for? Learn more from Suburban Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine expert Dominique Foulkes.