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Getting more exercise is one of the best things you can do for your heart. Johns Hopkins research recommends a simple approach to staying fit. Here's how to get started.
Even in the absence of related risks like high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, obesity appears to be a key player in the development of heart failure. Learn more about this finding and its potential impact on heart failure treatment approaches.
Alex Garza was working in an Ellicott City restaurant when a once-in-a-thousand-year flood took two lives and destroyed the city’s historic downtown. Learn more about the hospital’s efforts to support the community and hire displaced workers like Alex.
Ever wondered how your brain remembers important travel routes? Research suggests that "reverse reruns" help certain memories stand out.
Patients have access to more health data than ever before, but making sense of these metrics isn't simple. See which numbers you should be tracking.
The beginning of the school year brings concerns for many children and parents. Learn how to start a conversation with your kids and help them feel safe.
The difference between teenage snark and depression can be subtle. Discover how psychiatrist Leslie Miller is working to pinpoint predictors of mood disorders in adolescents, a group particularly prone to suicide.
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