Stepping up security. Several recent crimes at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine are putting police and hospital officials on alert.
A Maryland man celebrates the 30th anniversary of his heart transplant. This week’s milestone makes him one of the nation’s longest surviving heart transplant patients.
Seven years old and battling cancer. Like a lot of other children, that fight has brought Julia Warren to Johns Hopkins.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital ranks number one in the nation. The US News & World Report’s annual hospital rankings are out and Hopkins tops the list.
City police are investigating the discovery of a body on the campus of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Groundbreaking research about lifestyle changes and living longer. A new study led by Johns Hopkins researchers finds four things can make a huge difference.
There are a lot of cute babies out there but the parents, of course, usually think their kid is the cutest.
The Big Ten is adding lacrosse as a sport in 2015 and welcoming powerhouse Johns Hopkins as an affiliate member for men’s lacrosse only, two moves that could further boost the profile of the conference in the East.
There are dramatic new recommendations for physicians calling for random drug tests across the board. Johns Hopkins Hospital is behind the nationwide push for stricter regulations.
he contributions mothers bring to our lives have been celebrated almost since the beginning of time. Now the children of the third world are offering Mother’s Day greetings through modern technology.
Johns Hopkins says it is working on its largest-ever fundraising campaign, which aims to raise $4.5 billion by the end of 2017.
Rescued kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart said Wednesday she understands why some human trafficking victims don’t run.