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Bariatric Surgery and the Gut-Brain Connection

A Johns Hopkins expert is studying the results of weight-loss surgery to understand why some people overeat.

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Prostate Cancer Cells on the Move: But Why?

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center scientists discovered shape-shifting prostate cancer cells that may eventually suggest potential ways to intercept or reverse the ability of cancers to spread.

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6 New Year’s Resolutions for a Happy – and Healthy – 2018

Creating New Year’s resolutions is easy. Sticking to them beyond the month of January, however, is another story.

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4 Mindful Tips to De-Stress This Holiday Season

Not feeling particularly cheery this time of year? Psychologist Neda Gould shares four ways to make your holidays brighter.

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It’s Family: Share Your Prostate Cancer History

Are you or a loved one at risk for prostate cancer? Learn what you can do to reduce the risk.

4 Ways to Protect Your Hearing

Johns Hopkins experts provide practical ways to protect your hearing.

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5 Questions to Answer Before Considering Sciatica Surgery

Surgery is one of the treatment options for sciatica, but it’s not for everyone. Consider these important questions before making your decision.

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Nonsurgical Treatment for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

PAE is a nonsurgical procedure that decreases the blood supply to the prostate, thus reducing its size and symptoms. An interventional radiologist, Brian Holly, M.D., explains what you should know about prostatic artery embolization procedures.

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