Baltimore residents on Tuesday began cleaning up the wreckage from rioting and fires that erupted after the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who died after suffering a spinal injury in police custody.
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A new formula can predict which heart transplant patients are at greatest risk of death in the year following their surgeries, said researchers at US-based John Hopkins Medicine.
This information that could help medical teams figure out wh
Short courses of antibiotics appear just as effective as longer ones – and a great deal safer – in treating respiratory infections that might cause pneumonia in children on temporary breathing devices, said a report.
A study by Johns Hopki
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine scanned the human genome and discovered what they believe is the reason people have such a variety of physical traits and disease risks.
The team identified a near complet
Insulin, the sugar-regulating hormone, is required for normal bone development and it may provide a link between bone health and metabolic disease, such as diabetes, said a report.
The study, headed by Thomas Clemens, PhD, the Lewis Cass S
Patients with a certain type of scleroderma may get cancer and scleroderma simultaneously, suggesting that in some diseases, autoimmunity and cancer may be linked, researchers said.
“Our research adds more to the discussion about whether c
Johns Hopkins University researchers have found that some patients with a painful and debilitating nerve compression disorder reported reduction in short-term pain after receiving a single, low-dose injection of Botox.
Botox, a toxin known
Surgeons at Johns Hopkins University have safely and effectively operated inside the brains of a dozen patients by making a small entry incision through the natural creases of an eyelid to reach the skull and deep brain.
They say access to