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The labyrinth — a circular path on the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center campus — has served as a place of quiet contemplation for over 15 years. Doctors and patients alike have navigated the route, looking for inspiration and comfort. Read more about the labyrinth and its role in countless stories of recovery.
Roughly one-third of adult patients discharged from the hospital don’t see a physician within the advised 30 days. Experts say that’s a key reason so many are readmitted. Discover how a pilot program at Johns Hopkins is reversing that trend and helping patients better manage their health.
Aaron Hoover began experiencing shoulder pain while pitching in a college baseball game. After Aaron's doctor discovered a blood clot and diagnosed him with thoracic outlet syndrome, he was referred to surgeon Ying Wei Lum. Watch Aaron throw his first pitch in over a year and share his story of recovery.