Johns Hopkins Health - Fall 2014
Articles in this Issue
Surprising new research shows that for women, losing weight is key to lowering cancer risk.
At what point is there cause for concern? Find out when it’s time to see a doctor.
Learn the subtle differences between normal anxiety and a disorder that needs treatment.
A Kansas man couldn’t be more pleased with his robotic heart surgery at Johns Hopkins.
People with lymphedema now have a surgical option beyond traditional therapy.
Discover how otolaryngologist Frank Lin protects his own hearing with simple every day tips.
Fruit flies' sleeping patterns are helping scientists understand our internal clock.
New Johns Hopkins study reveals the benefits of brain training.
New study finds that nearly half of new moms fail to go to their doctor for postpartum visits.
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