Johns Hopkins Health - Fall 2013
Articles in this Issue
Innovations are changing what we know about autoimmune diseases and, ultimately, how to stop them
With most physical therapy, success is in what you’re doing between appointments.
Does Angelina Jolie have you thinking about genetic testing? Read this first.
Discover the subtle symptoms of a 47-year-old’s stroke.
Kids aren’t likely to outgrow this attention deficit disorder. Find out what parents can do.
Advanced technology identifies breast cancer earlier and more accurately.
Researchers believe they can predict which mothers might develop postpartum depression with a simple blood test
Diet recommendations for people with rheumatoid arthritis
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