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Johns Hopkins Health - Winter 2010
Articles in this Issue
Infants routinely spit up as part of their daily feedings. But when spitting up seems excessive, or your baby is fussy with feedings, arching the back, and coughing or choking while feeding, acid reflux may be the problem.
Ever wondered what was happening inside your brain as it processes a memory?
If you’re feeling the pinch and tightness of dry winter skin, you’re not alone.
With nearly 16 million cases projected by 2050, Alzheimer’s dementia remains a major public health problem in the United States.
For nearly half a million Americans, wintertime doesn’t necessarily mean chestnuts roasting by the open fire. Instead, it brings ongoing depression, fatigue and irritability, also called seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.
When medications couldn’t help her back pain any longer, Felice Dorman turned to spine surgery
Occasional heartburn has fazed most of us at some point. But when is it just an annoyance or something more serious?
If you’re older than 40 and feeling dizzy, watch out. You’re more likely than your younger peers to have a serious fall.
Separate fact from fiction when it comes to your ticker—and help yourself live longer
Knowing that you have an eating disorder is only part of the battle. Willingness to seek and engage in treatment is the tough part
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