From a "needle in a haystack" search through 2,600 FDA-approved drugs for a new antimalarial, to uncovering the secrets of the Anopheles mosquito's immune system, Malaria Research Institute scientists score victories one discovery at a time.
Parents suffering from depression often stop talking and become short-tempered, leaving children feeling rejected and anxious. "Keeping Families Strong" aims to teach parents and children about the effects of depression and how to cope with it.
What is the effect of living in fear? Researchers are finding that stress-filled neighborhoods can be hazardous to your health—in many different ways.
Shut out by high costs, a lack of insurance and other obstacles, many of America's 34 million immigrants lack proper health care. New culturally
Relying on an intimate familiarity with their community and specialized training, home-grown health workers are improving lives in East Baltimore.
Tapping into social networks to spread the word about sexual health
What you can't see can hurt you
Americans take for granted that their air and water will not make them sick, but that is not always the case.
I am the first to acknowledge that international research is in our School's collective DNA and always will be. However, that does not mean we can avoid challenges closer to home.