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Alzheimer’s: Studying a New Protein Inspires Hope

New research in Alzheimer’s disease focuses on a protein that interrupts signals between brain cells and may point to a new direction in treatment.

Overeating? It May Be All in Your Head

Eat when you feel hungry, stop when you don’t. But what if you never feel full?

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6 Medication-Free Ways to Feel Better with Parkinson’s Disease

Complementary and alternative medicine treatments, such as yoga, massage and acupuncture, can help ease the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

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How to Adapt Your Home If You Have Parkinson’s

When you’re living with Parkinson’s disease, you’ll want to make some common-sense adaptations to your home environment to enhance safety and comfort.

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Liver Health: Infographic

Did you know that your liver is the largest organ in the human body? Keep it healthy with these nutrition and fitness tips.

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Esophageal Cancer: Infographic

This year over 16,000 people will be diagnosed with esophageal cancer. Take control of your health with this informative infographic.

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Pediatric Craniosynostosis: An Overview

In craniosynostosis, a baby’s head changes shape soon after birth. Learn the what and why behind this condition from a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon.

Dr. Edward Ahn, Pediatric Neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins

Pediatric Craniosynostosis: Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment

Craniosynostosis causes an abnormal head shape in infants. A Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon answers parents’ most pressing questions.

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