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Johns Hopkins Health - Fall 2011
Articles in this Issue
If your child has had a concussion while playing sports, he or she needs adequate time to recover before returning to the game.
That certain activities and substances are pleasurable is not news. But understanding why is the subject of continuous research.
When the new 1.6-million-square-foot buildings open at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in April 2012, they will offer hotel-style amenities for patients, families and visitors to enhance every aspect of their experience.
Want the latest news on health and wellness topics important to you and your family, on everything from snoring to diets to state-of-the-art treatments?
There is a lot of talk about how probiotics can help you achieve optimal digestive health. But which claims are true?
After a heart attack or heart surgery, your hardest working muscle needs to get back in shape. Stuart Russell, M.D., director of heart failure and transplant at Johns Hopkins, explains why cardiac patients should take advantage of rehabilitative care
Are your kids at risk? Check your family history
Johns Hopkins geriatricians help seniors stay healthy, vital and fit
Sue Hu finally finds relief for a wound that wouldn’t heal
If you have fecal incontinence, a newly approved treatment might be the solution you’ve been seeking
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