Researchers say arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia/cardiomyopathy may be a deadly heart condition.
New research shows that most people diagnosed with depression do not actually meet the criteria for the illness.
We often have to do CT scans or MRIs to check for strokes but researchers at Johns Hopkins believe they have a much more simple bedside alternative.
There is new information from Johns Hopkins about a test that can detect ovarian cancer with the pap smear.
Jack Andraka, at 14, began looking for a simple way to detect pancreatic cancer, motivated as I was by someone about whom he cared. It’s been successful in experiments but still needs validation.
A Bethlehem man spends his days and nights at the MLB Fan Cave in New York.
A very interesting Johns Hopkins study looked at grandparents watching grandchildren and found it actually reduces the incidence of injury by 50% or more.
The Gregorian calendar has served us well for centuries, but is there a better way to schedule our lives? A couple college professors certainly think so.
There are some great matchups this week for the local Division II and Division III squads, including critical conference games for Widener, Ursinus, and Rowan.
ALS or Lou Gehreig’s Disease has been one of the most frustrating conditions for modern medicine. However, now a team of researchers at the National Institutes of Health and Johns Hopkins believe they have identified a new genetic mutation for Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins looked at whether placing air filters/cleaners in children’s rooms could reduce some of the harmful effects of secondhand smoke on children’s asthma symptoms.
Despite the costs and logistics, there are 315 executive M.B.A. programs in the nation and the number is growing by 7 to10 annually.
Yash Gupta, dean of Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School, suggests in The Chronicle of Higher Education, that the collapse of the economy, showing our ineffective and even destructive business methods, has created opportunity.