High Cholesterol: Prevention, Treatment and Research

Only one in three people who have high LDL cholesterol have the condition under control. The main goal of treatment is to lower, or control, your LDL level to minimize your personal risk for heart attack or heart disease, based on your cholesterol numbers and other risk factors, such as a history of heart disease.

The Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center | Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery

If you or someone you love is fighting MS, you know that the disease affects individuals in different ways. Symptoms vary widely. So does the time between episodes, the rate of progression and response to treatment.

About the Stroke Centers | The Johns Hopkins Hospital Stroke Center

A stroke is a medical emergency. If you experience these symptoms, please call 911 and go to the hospital immediately. Make sure you and your family can recognize the signs of a stroke, since prompt treatment means the best chance for optimal recovery.

The Epilepsy Center | Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland

As early as 1908, Johns Hopkins physicians have been leading the way in assessment and treatment of patients with epilepsy. The diverse team of neurologists and neurosurgeons at the Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center specialize in providing a comprehensive care program for our patients.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital | Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, MD

The Johns Hopkins Hospital, a non-profit academic medical center in Baltimore, Maryland, sets healthcare standards in patient care, research and education.