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Johns Hopkins Health - Spring 2010
Articles in this Issue
Men with lower cholesterol are less likely than those with higher levels to develop an aggressive form of high-grade prostate cancer, according to a recent Johns Hopkins collaborative study.
Migraine headaches are painful and often debilitating—and are associated with more than twice the risk of the most common stroke, according to a Johns Hopkins study last year.
If you’ve seen the ads for stem cell treatments offered abroad for conditions ranging from Alzheimer’s disease to stroke, you’re not alone.
Whether you’re vacationing, planning to study abroad, conducting business, volunteering or adopting, international travel means special health considerations.
Chronic sinusitis is more than sniffles and stuffiness. For adults and kids, it can be a major headache
More young people today are facing head and neck cancer diagnoses. The reason may surprise you
Doctor’s orders: Getting good nutrition can make you feel better and help you dodge disease
Marisa Eickenhorst was shocked by a brain tumor diagnosis but refused to let it bring her down
Women don’t need to struggle with embarrassing urine leakage
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