Johns Hopkins Health - Summer 2012
Articles in this Issue
Being overweight during pregnancy can cause a host of problems for mother and baby.
Men are more likely to develop coronary artery disease that can lead to a heart attack in their 60s, about 10 years earlier than women.
Men who are prone to anger may be asking for a heart attack.
If you think you want a second opinion, go with your instincts.
Get the latest news on health and wellness topics important to you and your family.
Drawing a connection between sleep disorders and depression.
Meet the cardiologist who is working to reduce sudden cardiac death in youths.
Good health begins with a great team centered on the physician who knows you best.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, M.D., discusses the lifestyle changes we can all make in between visits to the doctor.
A Maryland couple found help for their two children who had oral birth defects.
Two solutions to consider for peripheral arterial disease.
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