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Patient Care Johns Hopkins Medicine

webProviding prompt communication with our patients’ physicians is among our top priorities. Learn more about how we connect with health professionals. Find out how Johns …

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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), osteoporosis …

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GWAS, The Key to Your Health Biomedical Odyssey

webThe number of studies regarding how our genes work has been increasing exponentially since the Human Genome Project started more than 30 years ago. …

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It's Never Too Late: Five Healthy Steps at Any Age

webExercise lowers your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and some cancers, and that powerful effect leads to something experts call “compression of …

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Facts About Diabetes Johns Hopkins Medicine

webTypes of Diabetes. Diabetes can be classified as type 1, type 2 or gestational. Type 1 Diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system …

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Allied Health/Clinical Professional Job: Certified Medical …

webJohns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for …

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Sensitive Teeth: Why They Hurt and How to Stop the Pain

webTooth sensitivity, also known as dentin hypersensitivity, is a common dental problem characterized by sharp, temporary pain or discomfort in one or more teeth when exposed …

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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 …

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Chances Are You Know Someone with a Rare Disease

webThe leap year day, Feb. 29, occurs only once every four years, and each year around this time comes a global effort to recognize rare diseases. Some 30 million people …

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Eating for Your Gut Johns Hopkins Medicine

webEating for your gut is one important way to promote digestive health and prevent symptoms. Making better food choices involves eating a balanced diet that is rich in fruits and …

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Study Led by Johns Hopkins Medicine Finds Injectable Drug Used …

webA study led by Johns Hopkins Children’s Center shows omalizumab — an injectable, Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved medication for treating asthma …

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Women's Health Johns Hopkins Medicine

webWomen's Health Research: Gender Inequality in Clinical Trials. In a trio of studies analyzing trends in cardiology research, scientists say inequalities persist and are likely linked to …

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Wellness and Prevention Johns Hopkins Medicine

webChronic Pain. Common Childhood Illnesses. Coping with Loss. Correcting and Improving Vision. Cosmetic Procedures. Diabetes-Friendly Recipes. Dieting and Weight Loss. …

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Coronavirus Johns Hopkins Medicine

(Special Announcement) Please read our COVID-19 guidelines for all patients, appointments, procedures and visitors.

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5 Health Problems You’re Actually Not Too Young For

webStrokes. While the majority of strokes occur in people over the age of 65, a recent study found a 32 percent spike in strokes among women ages 18 to 34. This sudden rise is …

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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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Herbal Medicine Johns Hopkins Medicine

webHerbal supplements come in all forms: dried, chopped, powdered, capsule, or liquid, and can be used in various ways, including: Swallowed as pills, powders, or tinctures. Brewed as …

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Immunotherapy Combination May Benefit Patients with …

webPeople who have had a kidney transplant are at high risk for developing skin cancers. New research directed by investigators from the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer …

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Scientists Identify New ‘Regulatory’ Function of Learning and …

webNeuroscientists say they have found a new function for the SYNGAP1 gene, a DNA sequence that controls memory and learning in mammals, including mice and …

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Small And Overlooked: Amount Of Repetitive DNA In Blood Hints …

webA machine learning model called RealSeqS has been updated to detect a small, previously overlooked family of repetitive DNA. In the blood plasma of people with …

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Turmeric Benefits Johns Hopkins Medicine

webIn addition to these conditions, research studies have shown some possible benefits of turmeric for: Inflammation. Degenerative eye conditions. Metabolic syndrome. Arthritis. …

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Ginger Benefits Johns Hopkins Medicine

webHealth Benefits of Ginger. Ginger is not just delicious. Gingerol, a natural component of ginger root, benefits gastrointestinal motility ― the rate at which food exits the stomach …

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5 Vaping Facts You Need to Know Johns Hopkins Medicine

web1: Vaping is less harmful than smoking, but it’s still not safe. E-cigarettes heat nicotine (extracted from tobacco), flavorings and other chemicals to create an aerosol that you …

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9 Benefits of Yoga Johns Hopkins Medicine

web9 Benefits of Yoga. Staying Active as You Age Aging Well Exercise and the Aging Person Age-Related Depression, Mood and Stress. If you’ve done your “downward dog” yoga …

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Test Your Knowledge — Self-Care Johns Hopkins Medicine

weba. Go cold turkey and stop eating all snacks. b. Replace a few unhealthy snacks with healthier options. Small changes to your self-care can help improve your health. Now is a …

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Center for Nontuberculous Mycobacteria and Bronchiectasis

webJohns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Appointments: 410-550-5864. Nurse Line: 410-550-3022. Fax: 410-500-4259. For cystic fibrosis patients, please visit the Johns Hopkins …

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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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35th Annual Mix 106.5 Radiothon Raises More than $1.4 Million …

webThanks to generous donations from listeners and others, the 35th annual Mix 106.5 radiothon raised $1,453,157.35 for Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.

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