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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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Brain Tumors: What Can DNA Tell Us?

Two recent studies show that analyzing some brain tumors’ DNA markers can help doctors classify them more accurately.

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Seasonal Depression: Infographic

21 million American adults suffer from a depressive illness during any one-year period. Learn what you can do to handle depression around the holidays.

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Diabetes: Infographic

More than 29 million Americans have diabetes, which puts them at risk of serious complications. See screening guidelines and prevention tips.

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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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About 95 percent of recurring meningiomas grow in the same place as the original tumor

Meningioma Recurrence

Most meningiomas are benign -- but they can return. Here's what patients need to know, with helpful insights from the experts at Johns Hopkins' Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center.

Meningiomas are the most common kind of brain tumor, and most are treatable.

Meningioma Treatment

A diagnosis of a meningioma can be frightening, but most of these tumors are treatable with surgery. Here's what patients need to know, with insight from the experts at Johns Hopkins' Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center.

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