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Conditions and Diseases Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBHigh Blood Pressure/Hypertension. High Cholesterol. HIV and AIDS. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Hydrocephalus. Hyperthyroidism. Influenza. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) …

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Who Is at High Risk for Severe Coronavirus Disease

WEBDiabetes As a Risk Factor for COVID-19. People who have diabetes are at increased risk of getting very sick from the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Type 1 …

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Depression Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEB410-955-5000 Maryland. 855-695-4872 Outside of Maryland. +1-410-502-7683 International. Depression is a whole-body illness. It involves the body, mood, and …

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Osteoporosis Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBOverview. Your body regularly replaces the components of your bones. When those components are lost too rapidly or not replenished quickly enough (or both), …

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A Game-Changer for Ovarian Cancer Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBOvarian cancer is a notoriously difficult group of diseases to diagnose and treat. There is no effective screening method — most people have widely metastatic …

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Johns Hopkins Cutaneous Nerve Laboratory

WEBWelcome to Clinical Connection. The content on this web site is intended for physicians. Patients, please visit hopkinsmedicine.org to learn more about Johns Hopkins patient care and services. Physicians, discover the latest in biomedical research and clinical …

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Testing Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBDue to the rapid spread of COVID-19 in the community, Johns Hopkins Medicine is only offering COVID-19 testing under certain conditions. Review our COVID …

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Coronary Artery Disease: Prevention, Treatment and Research

WEBRequest an Appointment. 410-955-5000 Maryland. 855-695-4872 Outside of Maryland. +1-410-502-7683 International. Coronary artery disease (also called coronary heart …

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New 3D Technique Reveals Precancerous Pancreatic Lesions

WEBResearchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center’s Sol Goldman Pancreatic Cancer Research Center have developed a 3D genomic profiling technique …

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Holistic Health Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBOn East Henry Avenue in Tampa, Florida, there sits a pale green house, a seemingly breezy residence, which is actually a health services nonprofit called Dr. …

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Heart Health Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBHeart Health Wellness and Prevention. Heart Conditions. Physical Activity for Heart Health. Maintaining Heart Health. Know Your Heart Risks. Recipes for Heart Health. Low-Fat …

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Dietary Supplements Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBRequest an Appointment. 410-955-5000 Maryland. 855-695-4872 Outside of Maryland. +1-410-502-7683 International. Adding anything to your regular diet to improve your health …

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Global Leader in Patient Safety Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBInternational patient safety and quality leader, anesthesiologist and critical care physician Sean Berenholtz died on April 16 of pancreatic cancer. His colleagues …

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5 Heart Facts That May Surprise You Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBArteries are only about 4 millimeters in diameter. “It doesn’t take too much of those fatty, greasy foods over the period of a decade or two to start clogging up the arteries,” says …

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WEBHelp us celebrate the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine diploma and hooding ceremony for the class of 2024. Congrats on your achievement! The Johns Hopkins …

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Health Benefits of Corn Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEB5 milligrams of sodium. 244 international units of vitamin A. About 15 grams of carbohydrates, including about 5 grams of sugar. Small amounts of B vitamins, …

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Cutaneous Nerve Laboratory Johns Hopkins Neurology and …

WEBFounded in 1993 by Justin McArthur, M.B.B.S., M.P.H. and the late Jack Griffin, Johns Hopkins Cutaneous Nerve Laboratory was established to develop a better and simpler …

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A Beacon on the Hill: Bayview Celebrates 250th Anniversary

WEBToday a sprawling medical complex in southeast Baltimore with renowned programs ranging from burn care to gerontology, the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical …

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Hearing Research Pioneer Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBEric Young, professor emeritus of biomedical engineering, whose pioneering research in auditory neuroscience spanned decades, died Feb. 3, 2024, after a …

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Letters: Spring/Summer 2024 Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBFrom the Editor. Each issue, I invite you to write and “tell us what you think.” Rest assured, your responses have an impact. Consider the letter I received in January …

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In Memoriam: Spring/Summer 2024 Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBALUMNI. 1949. James Niederman (HS, medicine, 1949–50) died on March 2, 2024, at his home in Bethany, Connecticut. Niederman was a retired professor of …

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Class Notes: Spring/Summer 2024 Johns Hopkins Medicine

WEBALUMNI. 1964. Eugene M. Edynak recently published a book, Mirth, Medicine and the Military: A Vietnam Survivor's Memoir with Poetic License.This memoir …

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