In his 12 years as a pediatric nurse, Ted has spent a lot of time in hospitals. But in 2012, Ted found himself in less familiar territory. Diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma (vestibular schwannoma), he turned to Johns Hopkins to have the tumor removed.
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Unlike hepatitis A and B, hepatitis C has no vaccine. Now, researchers think they've uncovered why.
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States. A Johns Hopkins expert answers questions on when to begin scheduling a mammogram, what to do if you recognize a breast cyst and more.
Are you or a loved one going through treatment for a metastatic brain tumor? Here are answers to six common questions.
Your kidneys play an important role in keeping your body healthy. Learn the top five things your kidneys do for you.
Researchers have found that a high-fat, low-carb diet can effectively treat some with the severest form of epilepsy.
New findings suggest that if you are caring for a spouse with Alzheimer’s, you have a higher risk of developing the disease yourself.
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