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.
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.
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.
Trillions of beneficial bacteria live in and all around us. What if we could use them to our advantage, to do everything from prevent diabetes to reduce inflammation? Dirk Gevers, Ph.D., Global Head of the Janssen Human Microbiome Institute, shares how his team is already well on that research path.
There's a lot of hype about the secrets of the microbiome, but did you know there's a whole universe of good and bad bacteria that only inhabit your mouth? For National Dental Hygiene Month, we spoke to researchers who are investigating how this small ecosystem can have a big impact on your overall health.
Tackling a triathlon isn't for the faint of heart. But Mark van Ooij, an Associate Scientific Director for Janssen Vaccines & Prevention B.V., is doing just that—and he's taking what he's learned from his disease to propel him forward.
It's a lofty goal: improve the health, across the board, of future generations. But it's a mission that Johnson & Johnson is committed to. And thanks to groundbreaking work taking place across the company—from vaccine development to consumer product innovation—the future is looking very bright.