Cholesterol is a natural component in blood. However, when you have too much of this fatty substance, it’s considered high cholesterol or high blood cholesterol — a major risk factor for heart attack, heart disease and stroke.
Millions of Americans suffer from seasonal allergies. Watch allergy specialist Sandra Lin discuss how sinusitis and allergies develop, along with common symptoms and treatments for these conditions.
Secondhand exposure to cannabis smoke under “extreme conditions,” such as in an unventilated room or enclosed vehicle, can cause nonsmokers to feel the effects of the drug, have minor problems with memory and coordination, and in some cases test positive for the drug in a urinalysis.
Johns Hopkins Medicine’s new online resource educates consumers about the patient experience and key safety issues associated with high-quality, respectful care. Learn more about our hospitals’ quality and safety performance measures.
Fundamental research into the causes and cures of post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome now has its first home base at a major U.S. medical research center with the launch of the Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Clinical Research Center.
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To streamline biomedical discovery, Johns Hopkins is working to put top-of-the-line computing power within reach of every researcher.
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