Johns Hopkins Health - Winter 2013
Articles in this Issue
Be assured that the steps you take after a heart attack can lead to renewal as well as recovery.
Discover what may be causing excruciating facial pain and how doctors are treating it.
Physical therapists are working to keep people free from injury.
A father made sure a kidney was available when his son needed a new one.
As colorectal cancer affects younger people, know what to watch for.
Implanted miniature telescope provides new hope for patients with age-related macular degeneration.
Children exhibiting behavior problems may benefit from a visit to a pediatric otolaryngologist.
Saliva swab may soon be an alternative to blood collection for routine tests.
New study shows regular exercise could help people with type 2 diabetes.
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