It was quite a halftime show at the Hopkins lacrosse game Friday night.
The final matchups in the Sweet 16 are Friday night, and although there are no local teams in the tournament, there is a team you can root for.
Friday is Match Day. It’s one of the most important days in the lives of medical students.
Workers have again gotten sick at Johns Hopkins’ Keswick location.
About 2.5 million people worldwide have multiple sclerosis, about 10 percent of them in America.
Health officials say a hot water heater is to blame for sickening workers at an office complex last Tuesday and again on Monday.
Doctors say it’s never too late to lose weight, but a new Johns Hopkins study shows the sooner you peel the pounds, the better for your heart.
Twelve people were sickened at Johns Hopkins at Keswick on Monday afternoon. They experienced similar symptoms to last week’s hazmat incident.
A baby born with the virus that causes AIDS appears to have been cured, scientists announced Sunday, describing the case of a child from Mississippi who’s now 2 1/2 and has been off medication for about a year with no signs of infection.
Baltimore police say they have transferred all forensic evidence they’ve acquired in the investigation into a gynecologist who secretly recorded patients to the FBI.
Investigators believe they’ve found the cause of a mysterious illness that forced the evacuation of a Johns Hopkins facility.
A Johns Hopkins facility remains closed due to a mysterious illness.