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Johns Hopkins Health - Summer 2008
Articles in this Issue
Want to turn up the creativity and spontaneity in your brain? Try closing your eyes and doing some improv on a keyboard—or any musical instrument that’s handy.
The Johns Hopkins Health newsletter will be published four times a year so that we may share with you tips, news and in-depth articles based on the latest advances in medicine.
Considered “transitional” a generation ago, milk and egg allergies in children now appear to be more persistent and harder to outgrow, according to a Johns Hopkins research study.
Clearing up the myths about plastics and full bladders
For women and men with inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD, any wish to become a parent may loom as a can’t or a shouldn’t. But there’s good news for you—and about 2 million others—that says you can and should
If you’re among the millions of people with allergies severe enough to require weekly shots, a new home treatment is helping the medicine go down
An irregular heart rhythm nearly killed Kim Bauhs. Genetic testing revealed another shock and gave her a second chance
For Tori Hooper’s knee repair, it was out with artificial and in with biological
Headaches have more causes than there are pain remedies on the druggist’s shelf, but getting the right diagnosis means getting the right treatment
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