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Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital cordially invites you to an exclusive briefing about advances in women's health. This year's program offers new insights.
Epigenetics of Aging
Researchers continue to hunt for genetic mutations that contribute to or cause diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disorders and psychiatric problems. Biologist Stephen Baylin, M.D., decodes what epigenetics — the result of external factors that can modify your DNA — can reveal about diseases often encountered in aging.
The practice of staying present in the moment benefits individuals by lowering chronic stress, anxiety blood pressure and pain intensity while also improving focus, memory and even immune function. Learn how to tap into the power of mindfulness with clinical psychologist Neda Gould, Ph.D.
Unlike acute inflammation, which is part of the body's defense system, chronic inflammation can lead to a plethora of conditions including joint pain, depression, cancer and autoimmune disorders. Rheumatologist Dana DiRenzo explains the process of inflammation, its causes and symptoms, and efforts to lessen its affects.
Questions and Answers
Moderated by A Woman's Journey National Chair, Kelly Geer Ripken.