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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.
Eat when you feel hungry, stop when you don’t. But what if you never feel full?
Complementary and alternative medicine treatments, such as yoga, massage and acupuncture, can help ease the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
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.
Did you know that your liver is the largest organ in the human body? Keep it healthy with these nutrition and fitness tips.
This year over 16,000 people will be diagnosed with esophageal cancer. Take control of your health with this informative infographic.
In craniosynostosis, a baby’s head changes shape soon after birth. Learn the what and why behind this condition from a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon.
Craniosynostosis causes an abnormal head shape in infants. A Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon answers parents’ most pressing questions.