The United States accounts for about 236,000 of the confirmed cases — more than any other country, according to the tally.
By Associated Press
The United States has become the first country to exceed 100,000 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus.
By Associated Press
The surgery is believed to be the first kidney transplant from a living donor with HIV, a milestone for patients with the AIDS virus who need a new organ.
By Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press
Neuroscientists at Johns Hopkins University look into why you can sometimes change your mind at the last second, but fail horribly at others.
By Teresa Carey
By PBS NewsHour
The CDC does not list “medical error” as a cause of death in its annual mortality statistics. But according to researchers from Johns Hopkins University, medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the nation. Hari Sreenivasan talks…
In a city renowned for medical schools and research, there's a striking contrast in the dismal health and life expectancy in some Baltimore neighborhoods. There's a deep distrust of the medical system among many African-American residents, dating back to the…
By Laura Santhanam
A new Johns Hopkins University study has found that when an object behaves in an unusual way, the baby will explore more, learn more and test the object's behavior.
By Anya van Wagtendonk
Although U.S. welfare spending has shot up in the last three decades, it is helping fewer of America’s poorest citizens, says a new study out of Johns Hopkins University.
Currently implemented in 44 U.S. schools, a data-driven dropout prevention program called Diplomas Now targets students who start to fall behind in middle school, and offers them nurturing, mentoring relationships. Ray Suarez reports on how a Baton Rouge middle school…
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