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GERD sufferers are more likely to develop significant health problems, including Barrett’s esophagus and esophageal cancer — often with no idea they’re at greater risk.
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Common wisdom suggests that as people grow older and increasingly develop conditions that contribute to poor brain health, the prevalence of dementia would increase. But this might not be the case—and more years of education may partly to thank.
Caring for an ill or aging loved one can be fulfilling, rewarding and it might even help your health -- but it can be draining. Learn when to consider bringing in help.
Another set of ears can ease your health care journey. A Johns Hopkins expert takes you through the benefits of an advocate, how to choose one, and what to share with that person.
Don't let insomnia undermine the rest of your health. Get expert medical insight on getting a good night's sleep.
Learn how to prevent or live with diabetes -- plus get the latest research on the condition.
Get the help you or a loved one needs, and get the latest expert insights on coping and preventing this mood disorder.
Learn how to prevent hypertension, or to control high blood pressure if you or a loved one have it.
Stay strong for longer with expert guidance on preserving bone health and on treatment for already weakened bones.
Take steps to prevent Alzheimer's, the most common form of dementia, and learn how to care for those suffering from it.