Johns Hopkins Health - Summer 2011
Articles in this Issue
As usual, your mother was right. Prompt, careful cleaning of children’s skin wounds may be more important than the use of antibiotics.
Sodium intake is one of the leading drivers of high blood pressure (hypertension).
Older adults with hearing loss may be missing out on more than just what’s being said.
Johns Hopkins Medicine recently welcomed All Children’s Hospital as a new member of the Johns Hopkins Health System.
For most people with eczema (atopic dermatitis), summer brings a respite from skin sensitivity. For others, the season of sunshine and perspiration means flare-ups.
Get a good look at how to rid yourself of cataracts—and the need to wear glasses—from Wilmer Eye Institute experts Walter J. Stark, M.D., and Oliver Schein, M.D., M.P.H.
Making puberty’s bumpy ride go smoother for your tween daughter
Johns Hopkins experts explore surgical and nonsurgical solutions to the obesity upsurge
After an irregular heart rhythm struck out of the blue, James Cromwell made a dramatic comeback
Rapid recovery program enhances life after joint replacement surgery
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