Newest in Health

A public health love story
Published March 19, 2018
Bloomberg School alums travel the world to improve the health of people in need—with two toddlers in tow
Cancer and the artillery of physics
Published Spring 2018
Andrew Ewald is at the vanguard of a generation of scientists determined to uncover the complexities of cancer / Johns Hopkins Magazine
When the abuser is a child, too
Published Spring 2018
The criminal justice system is failing children convicted of child sex abuse, Hopkins researchers say / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Spencer Grace's last gift
Published Spring 2018
Rapid autopsy procedures shed light on how deadly diseases develop and how they might be cured in the future / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Medicine and race
Published Spring 2018
Hopkins alum's new book examines racist medical ideas about blackness that were used to justify slavery and still influence medical disparities today / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Medicated and verified
Published Spring 2018
Could the app that revolutionized the treatment of tuberculosis also help make a dent in the opioid crisis? / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Heart health
New blood pressure guidance and what it means
Published March 19, 2018
School of Nursing expert Cheryl Dennison Himmelfarb discusses what people can do to lower their blood pressure
An itch you can't scratch
Published March 19, 2018
Discovery of itch receptors in throats of mice could eventually yield better asthma treatments
Students launch new speaker series
Published March 19, 2018
Osler Medical Symposium, which focuses on topics in health and medicine, debuts with four spring semester events
Center will study effects of hearing loss
Published March 19, 2018
Bloomberg School launches new research center with $10M gift from Cochlear Limited
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