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Johns Hopkins Health - Winter 2012
Articles in this Issue
What is craniosynostosis?
Do you have frequent nasal congestion or problems with your sense of smell?
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological disorder that causes debilitating symptoms.
Get the latest news on health and wellness topics important to you and your family
Being in the hospital is never easy, but being cared for in a beautiful, welcoming and tranquil environment can help to reduce stress and promote healing.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is pleased to offer a variety of health education events featuring medical experts from across its health system and primary and specialty care networks.
Hien Nguyen, M.D., FACS, assistant professor of surgery at Johns Hopkins, explains the expert factor in hernia repair
Specialized treatment of a prevalent hand nerve disorder can prevent long-term damage
Top researchers from Johns Hopkins—including the American Heart Association president— tackle the dangerous trend of too much sodium
Marvin Leventer was told he would die from liver cancer in five years. But after seeking an opinion at Johns Hopkins, a lifesaving discovery determined the original diagnosis was dead wrong
Early diagnosis and coordinated care make all the difference in lung cancer treatment
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