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What Our Skin Reveals About Underlying Disease
Doctors have an unexpected aid in their toolbox. Your skin can reveal a great deal about your general health. Dermatologist Crystal Aguh examines the body’s largest organ and reveals how your skin can lead to a diagnosis of common medical conditions, from vitamin deficiencies to jaundice.
Kofi Boahene, M.D. | 2016 A Woman's Journey Faculty Keynote Presentation
Kofi Boahene, M.D. presents the faculty keynote at the 2016 A Woman's Journey conference in Baltimore, Maryland. Doctor Boahene reflects on his own journey and how it's the small deeds that are the most impactful.
Promising News About Dementia
Revelations about the relationship between inflammation and rising blood pressure as we age and dementia may offer clues to reducing the likelihood of memory loss according to neurologist Rebecca Gottesman.
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Lyme disease can be elusive and devastating. Only one-third of all cases produce the distinctive bulls-eye rash. Others may struggle for a diagnosis to treat many symptoms, from lethargy and fatigue to joint pain and depression. As specialists pursue treatments--especially for those not responding to traditional antibiotic regimens, learn about new theories, investigations and suggestions to help people regain their health and their lives.
A diagnosis of breast cancer can be life shattering for a woman. Advances in early detection and treatments continue to evolve. Join radiation oncologist Fariba Asrari and medical oncologist Jennifer Sheng as they present the latest advances in breast cancer.