One year into an ambitious new school development, both teachers and students learn to expect more from the East Baltimore Community School
Johns Hopkins surgeon Marty Makary's new tell-all book argues that medicine is too often malpracticed.
Searching for a vintage sound, Peabody graduate Dontae Winslow couldn't find the right trumpet; so he designed his own
Johns Hopkins just acquired a massive collection of books and manuscripts—every last one of them fake.
Nearly a century ago, rival approaches to psychiatry fractured the profession. The grand argument is far from over, and at least two fundamental questions—What causes mental illness? How best to treat mental illness?—still await definitive answers.