Johns Hopkins Health - Summer 2010
Articles in this Issue
If your heart skips a beat or feels as if it's racing during exercise, you might be inclined to rush to the doctor's office, where you could be subjected to extensive testing and exercise restrictions.
Much has been reported about the effect of vitamin D on your health - including that some of the good news is overhyped.
Ever get the sort of itch that just can't be scratched away?
Pediatricians score high on screening kids for developmental delays but fall short when it come to referring them for further evaluation or treatment
Summertime, and the living is easy. But watch out for burn hazards, especially when it comes to your kids
The cool-blue glow of our electronics plays a huge role in our sleep cycles. Too often we don't know when-or why-to shut down
Instead of seeing obstacles, Johns Hopkins surgeons see opportunities for extending lives
Sally Rotondo is basically cured eight years after a terminal lung cancer diagnosis
Women: Open communication and understanding can help in the treatment of your partner's erectile dysfunction
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