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Johns Hopkins Medicine provides a diverse and inclusive environment that fosters intellectual discovery, creates and transmits innovative knowledge, improves human health, and provides medical leadership to the world.
 
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The mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine is to improve the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence in medical education, research and clinical care. Diverse and inclusive, Johns Hopkins Medicine educates medical students, scientists, health care professionals and the public; conducts biomedical research; and provides patient-centered medicine to prevent, diagnose and treat human illness.
 
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Johns Hopkins Medicine is a governing structure for the University’s School of Medicine and the health system, coordinating their research, teaching, patient care, and related enterprises.

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The most important heart test you've never heard of: http://bit.ly/1RvZFB5 
Meet the coronary calcium scan, an accurate test that can help determine your future risk of heart attack or cardiovascular disease. Johns Hopkins experts explain why this test may be best for you.
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How a "moral moment" transformed #ptsafety at Johns Hopkins & around the world: http://bit.ly/1Qr6nn7 
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The recent case involving sexual transmission of the Zika virus is "not surprising," according to Johns Hopkins molecular microbiologist Andrew Pekosz. http://bit.ly/1RhQaFC 
Andrew Pekosz on sexual transmission of ths virus and the difficulty of developing effective treatments
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Exercise that revs up your heart rate isn’t the only kind of physical activity that can help prevent or manage heart disease. The calming exercise of yoga is good for the heart, too. http://bit.ly/1QjRh2B
A growing body of research from Johns Hopkins shows that practicing yoga can lower stress and help those recovering from heart events. Now may be the time to take up this gentle form of exercise.
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Nearly all exercise is good. But to be sure you're getting the most from your workout yet staying at a level that's safe for you, you can monitor how hard your heart is working. http://bit.ly/1QcJuDG 
Monitoring your heart rate while you’re exercising can help you get key benefits without overdoing it. Johns Hopkins experts walk you through what you need to know.
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In the first of a new series of podcasts, Dr. Paul B. Rothman, Dean/CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, discusses the National Institutes of Health's mandate to establish a website to publish negative research results. http://bit.ly/1QUTGp4
In the first of a new series of podcasts, Dr. Paul B. Rothman, Dean/CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, discusses the National Institutes of Health's mandate to establish a website to publish negative research results. VN:F [1.9.17_1161]. please wait... Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast). Leave a Comment ...
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Whether it’s in the operating room or a space vessel, finding the right chemistry between team members is essential. How Johns Hopkins researchers are helping NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration select teams for long-duration space exploration: http://bit.ly/1QutFs6 
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Exercise & #heart health: Too little, too much & the sweet spot in between http://bit.ly/1QpKpAO Via @USNewsHealth
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You quit smoking years ago. What's your risk now for lung cancer? http://bit.ly/1Qlxb89 
You quit smoking years ago, but perhaps you can’t help wondering if your old habits might have left you with a higher risk of lung cancer.
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Women, most commonly, begin losing hair as a part of the normal aging process, but for others, it can be caused by hormone changes, medications taken for other purposes or severe, extreme stress. http://bit.ly/1R69uFI
Hair loss doesn’t just affect men. Up to half of all women will experience hair loss in their lifetime. Hair restoration expert Lisa Ishii answers question she frequently hears from women experiencing hair loss.
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Learn what you need to know about lactose intolerance: http://bit.ly/1QYQ3P2

Lactose intolerance is when your body can’t break down or digest lactose. Lactose is a sugar found in milk and milk products. Lactose intolerance happens when your small intestine does not make enough of a digestive juice (enzyme) called lactase. Lactase is needed to break down the lactose in food so it can be absorbed by your body.
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Concerned about the Zika Virus? Here's what you need to know: http://bit.ly/1QQrqnB 
Jeanne Sheffield, M.D., director of the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Johns Hopkins, explains Zika virus prevention for expectant mothers.
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