When Matt learned he had prostate cancer, he conducted extensive research and gathered medical opinions. He chose @hopkinskimmel Proton Therapy Center, where he received the most advanced treatment available. He is now living cancer-free.
As cases of monkeypox increase, it's important for parents and guardians to take action to protect their children and prevent infections. Our experts share important information on how to stay protected: bit.ly/3dgo299
"You don't want to turn yellow with jaundice or feel pain in your upper right abdomen because those are signs your liver is already very sick," says Dr. Saleh Alqahtani. "It is far better to stop liver disease before it gets too serious." bit.ly/3A9xjct
11-year-old Caroline was first diagnosed with pituitary cancer in 2019. The @hopkinskimmel proton therapy team talked her through the treatment and made it less scary, while delivering the most advanced care possible.
"Heat exhaustion and heatstroke could cause permanent damage," said @panagis21. "Do your best to try to avoid being outside and if you can't avoid being outside, do your best to stay hydrated, places that are shaded like with trees." bit.ly/3JwMyPJ
Learn the latest on the global monkeypox outbreak during a live virtual briefing and Q&A featuring @JohnsHopkins experts.
🗓️ Wed., August 10, 10:30 a.m. EDT
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“Recovery was so much faster. I did cardiac rehab at @SuburbanHosp 's wonderful program and signed my name on the wall when I finished, said Sacks. "Now my name is on there twice! Thanks to TAVR, I'm alive. I think that sums it all up.” bit.ly/3oVbHtO
“I would love to work in some capacity that connected to the Navajo population,” says Dr. Cobern. “It’s such a unique population, and I was very lucky to experience their culture and way of life. It helped shape my perspective of medicine and a way of caring for each other.”
'In a small but rigorous pilot study, @HopkinsMedicine researchers demonstrated that a minimally invasive biomarker-based strategy they developed was 90% successful in detecting the most common form of esophagus cancer.'
#FamilyMeals 🍽️ When was the last time you sat down with your family at the table and shared food and conversation, without TV, tablets or phones? According to@HopkinsMedicinee experts, there’s research supporting health benefits of family meals.bddy.me/3bpF4RWNv
August is Children’s Eye Health Month. Michael Repka, Chief of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus at Wilmer Eye Institute, says the reasons behind a recent “epidemic” of myopia in children are more than a matter of increased screen time. bit.ly/3PQcx6O
.@HopkinsGIHep doctor and scientist Stephen Meltzer works to improve detection and treatment of esophageal cancer — a type of cancer that took more than half a million lives around the world in 2020. bit.ly/3PHaGRP