The 26th annual MIX 106.5 Radiothon kicks off live from the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center lobby on Wednesday, February 25, at 5:30a.m.
This time-honored Baltimore tradition rais
Maryland’s own Dr. Ben Carson knows just how dangerous surgeries can be. He’s the rock star of brain surgery; the first to successfully separate twins joined at the head 27 years ago. In a rare interview, the Johns Hopkins doctor who’s saved thousands says he’s getting ready to save the country.
Gigi Barnett spoke with Dr. William Nelson, Dr. Joni Floyd and Shakia Gullette and Dawn Ursula and Nora Stillman Burke.
What are students to do if they’re interested in both science and the humanities? Johns Hopkins University thinks it has the answer.
A vigil is held for a Johns Hopkins University student found dead earlier this week.
A new study could help determine if there is a direct link between long-term brain injuries and NFL players.
For half a century, the hot spots for asthma were believed to be the inner city.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Hospital are celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. ahead of what would have been the civil rights leader’s 86th birthday.
Johns Hopkins 141st anniversary of his death — Christmas Eve 1873 — was commemorated Wednesday morning at his graveside.
As Africa endures its worst Ebola outbreak, local innovators are doing their best to fight back. As Alex Demetrick reports, that includes a team from Johns Hopkins, focused on protecting health care workers on the front lines.
It’s a nationwide epidemic. Prescription drug abuse is responsible for a growing number of deaths. Now a new study out of Johns Hopkins shows that doctors are taking steps to try and fight painkiller overdoses.
Taking action. Three Maryland universities are under federal investigation for how they’ve handled sexual assaults—and another assault, just days ago at Johns Hopkins, is putting that school’s response in the spotlight.