Johns Hopkins Health - Summer 2013
Articles in this Issue
COPD sufferer Grace Anne Dorney Koppel shares her journey with the lung disease and advocates for awareness and education.
Cochlear implants help older adults reach their full hearing potential.
Doctors are using our immune system to destroy tumors.
A retired physician chooses an innovative treatment to repair a bulging blood vessel.
Low testosterone contributes to concerns such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
DNA analysis of cervical fluid collected during Pap smears may help detect uterine and ovarian cancers.
Turmeric, a common Indian spice, may one day join the cancer treatment tool kit.
Johns Hopkins researchers are untangling the tiny nerves in the skin that correspond to itch and pain.
Protect your eyes from ultraviolet rays this summer with these tips for the Wilmer Eye Institute.
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