Johns Hopkins Health - Spring 2011
Articles in this Issue
Adjusting to life with a chronic medical condition is never easy.
Sure, poor balance, forgetfulness and trouble with vision and hearing can all come with advancing age. But sometimes symptoms like these can mask a condition called hydrocephalus—aka fluid on the brain.
Eight in 10 Internet users have looked online for health information, whether it’s to research symptoms or get support in caring for a loved one.
Learning about your health just got easier than ever.
Cancer doesn’t care about the color of your skin, so make sure to get an easy and painless annual screening
Put concerns to rest for children who have a surprising disease: sleep apnea
How Johns Hopkins researchers lead groundbreaking studies that may transform lives
Faced with a diagnosis that every man dreads, Steve Lucido discovered life can return to normal after prostate cancer treatment
The facts versus the hype of this surgical technique
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