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Johns Hopkins Health - Fall 2010
Articles in this Issue
It’s not news that hypertension increases your risk for heart disease and stroke, but new research is discovering it can also increase your risk for kidney disease.
If you’re expecting a child and wondering how safe it is to continue your exercise routine, a study now under way may provide some answers.
Teenage boys are not receiving sufficient sexual health counseling.
If you’ve been to Johns Hopkins’ main medical campus during the past two years, you’ve no doubt noticed that the skyline is undergoing a major transformation.
Keep your voice in top shape by practicing good vocal health
Obesity can tip the scale toward metabolic syndrome
It’s not “all in your head.” Beware of these five conditions that cause hard-to-diagnose pain for women
Steve Winick’s hard-earned wisdom on beating cancer inspires others
It’s in your best interest to ask for another look at a cancer diagnosis
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