Johns Hopkins Health - Summer 2014
Articles in this Issue
A Johns Hopkins psychiatrist answers tough questions about letting go.
Discover the role your body’s largest organ plays in your overall health.
Sorry, the perfect food doesn’t exist. But we’ll show you some that come close.
Pain-free after back surgery, this young father is once again able to bike and do other things he enjoys.
New research shows certain young women have a higher risk for heart disease.
You don't have to live with thumb pain caused by osteoarthritis.
Optometrist Jack Prince, O.D., shares personal tips for choosing sunglasses.
The person you share your bed with has a lot to do with how well you sleep.
Video games aren’t just for mindless fun. They may be good for your brain.
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