The heart condition affects up to six million Americans, and raises the risk of stroke five-fold. One patient describes what it was like to learn she had atrial fibrillation—and the unexpected positive impact it has had on her life.
30 mothers. Their 31 children. Ten years ago, Kimberly Capone, Ph.D., set out to study the ways the microorganisms living on their skin evolved over time—and what that could mean for our understanding of skin health. She shares the groundbreaking results.
The exact cause of the disease is unknown, but there's a lot scientists do know about how it impacts nearly every part of the body. Scientists like Tatiana Scherz, M.D., who takes us on a guided journey of how the disease manifests—from your brain down to your toes.
Surprising new research suggests that people younger than 50 are getting diagnosed with the disease at record rates. For National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month, find out how to protect yourself—no matter what your age.
Cardiologist C. Michael Gibson is heading up a virtual research study that uses wearable technology and cutting-edge apps to help detect atrial fibrillation, one of the biggest risk factors for stroke. We dive into how the study will work.
A new report from the American Cancer Society sheds light on declining death rates from cancer—especially lung cancer. We asked an expert on the disease to break down the data, and share what's to come in better detecting and preventing it.
Retinol. Peptides. Collagen. When it comes to caring for aging skin, there's a lot of info to digest. Take this quiz to test your knowledge—and get science-backed tips for how to help your skin keep that youthful, natural glow.
The coronavirus has made headlines as it has spread from China to other parts of the world. To help stop the global outbreak in its tracks, Johnson & Johnson is already hard at work on a potential preventive vaccine.
It's the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, with no existing cure. But these researchers are committed to finding better ways to diagnose, treat and prevent the debilitating disease, using everything from innovative biomarker tracking to a potential vaccine for early stage patients.
Cancer. Alzheimer’s. Even suicide risk. The clues to preventing these and other conditions could be found in our DNA—and these scientists are at the forefront of promising new genetic data research to uncover them.
Brilliant, outside-the-box ideas to help people live without illness as they live longer. That's what Johnson & Johnson and the National Academy of Medicine are looking for through a unique collaboration—and they’re putting up millions of dollars in prize money to find them.
From robotics solutions for orthopedic surgery to the potential to bring new hope to patients living with multiple myeloma through CAR-T, these are just some of the cutting-edge projects that these visionaries think could potentially help propel healthcare forward around the globe.
A groundbreaking trial for an HIV vaccine. New ways to help the body heal itself. Immunotherapy treatments for cancer. Behind medical advancements like these are the brilliant scientists who are relentlessly pushing their visions and research forward.
From a first-of-its-kind contact lens that darkens when exposed to bright light to the first donation of 500,000 doses of an Ebola vaccine, here are just some of the ways Johnson & Johnson helped change the trajectory of health for humanity this past year.