Johns Hopkins

25 Johns Hopkins surgeons and staff worked for 14 hours to transplant a penis and scrotum to an Afghanistan war veteran maimed by an I.E.D.
By Jay Hancock and Rachel Bluth and Daniel Trielli But no hospital has invested substantially in home remediation to eliminate
Safe injection sites are research-backed. Why aren't we talking about them?
Winter is almost here, which means flu season is just around the corner. It also means that anti-flu vaccine misinformation
Between 2000 and 2015, this single vaccine has saved an estimated 20.3 million lives.
A groundbreaking new study reveals that harmful gender stereotypes are drilled into kids, from the U.S. to India to Egypt, at a heartbreakingly young age.
Scientists, and non-scientists who listen to them, have known for some time that life on this planet is in imminent jeopardy
Sports can and should be a safe environment that encourages camaraderie.
This tip for improving your performance is the most simple and straightforward method I’ve provided thus far. For many people
At the heart of the matter is a quirk of oenology.
Today's tip for improving your performance is one of the most simple and straightforward methods I’ve provided thus far. For
By Daniel P. Keating The central story line for Born Anxious starts with stress methylation — an “epigenetic modification