Skip Navigation
Search Menu
Health
In This Section      

Infectious Disease

If you are experiencing issues viewing the video, you may need to download Microsoft Silverlight, which is a software program that will allow you to view these types of files. If you receive a notification to download this, please click "accept" or "OK" and install the free software. 

View a full listing of health education on demand.

View our list of upcoming seminars.

 

Home Dialysis: Fitting Dialysis Into Your Life

Infectious Disease

Learn from Johns Hopkins nephrologist, Keiko Greenberg, as she discusses the treatment of kidney failure using home dialysis options such as peritoneal dialysis and home hemodialysis as well as how to prepare and incorporate home dialysis into your life.

Watch Video

Vaccinations for the Health and Safety of Us All

Infectious Disease

Learn from pediatrician Denisse Mueller, M.D., as she discusses the importance of vaccinations for your child. Learn when to have your child vaccinated and why vaccinations are needed for the health and safety of your child and our population. Learn about vaccine safety and risks and what this means for your child. 

Watch Video

The ABCs of Kidney Disease

Infectious Disease
One in nine adults in the United States has some level of chronic kidney disease. Discover more about the causes, stages and latest treatment options from Johns Hopkins nephrologists Sumeska Thavarajah, M.D., and Daphne Knicely, M.D.
 

Bullseye: The Facts About Lyme Disease

Infectious Disease

Lyme disease, an increasingly common illness in this region, affects 300,000 people annually and results in $1.3 billion in treatment costs each year. John Aucott, M.D. infectious disease expert specializing in Lyme disease, presents the facts about the disease, the latest treatments and therapies available, and discusses the clinical research underway at the new Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Research Center. .

Watch Video