Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, was born this day 200 years ago. And so May 12 has been designated International Nurses day, a… Read More »Every Day and Everywhere, Thank You, Nurses
Following careful evaluation of health care institutions from all over the world, Saudi Aramco chose Johns Hopkins Medicine as its partner to provide medical care… Read More »Good Health Care Is Good, but Why Stop There?
Parents often say they would do anything possible to protect the health and happiness of their children. That was certainly the case with the Aldhanhani family… Read More »A Father’s Determined Search Leads to Johns Hopkins
By Pablo Celnik, M.D. Stroke is the third-leading cause of disability worldwide and a major cause of dementia and depression, according to the World Health… Read More »Resetting the Brain for Post-Stroke Recovery
By Dr. Deanna Saylor Zambia has the world’s sixth-highest prevalence of HIV. And HIV/AIDS — often associated with neurological effects — continues to be the… Read More »‘Because of You, the Future of Neurology in Zambia Is Brighter’
By Shenandoah Robinson, M.D. Before I began treating Mohammad Almutairi, 9, he walked with a gait typical of patients with cerebral palsy. His muscles were… Read More »Big Steps for a Kuwaiti Child with Cerebral Palsy