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A Woman’s Journey: Healthy Insights That Matter

Apr 1, 2024

Every woman will eventually go through menopause and while each woman's experience is unique, there is some unique experiences that unite women of color during perimenopause through post-menopause. 

Special guest moderator for this podcast is psychiatrist Erica Richards, who serves as Chair and Medical Director in...

Apr 1, 2024

Approximately 20 million people in the United States (344 million worldwide) have #dryeye disease. Dry eye is most common in people over age 50.

In this month’s podcast, moderator Dr. Lillie Shockney is joined by Dr. Lauren Gormley, an optometrist at the Wilmer Eye...

Apr 1, 2024

Did you know that there is there a difference in aging concerns between Caucasian women and non-Caucasian women? In the 1st of three A Journey for Women of Color podcasts, reporter Ava-joye Burnett sits down with professor of otolaryngology Dr. Kofi Boahene, who serves as a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon at...

Apr 1, 2024

In the 2nd of 3 A Journey for Women of Color, reporter Ava-joye Burnett sits down to discuss what women of color need to know about multiple myeloma.  Her guest is Johns Hopkins Medicine associate professor of oncology, Dr. Carol Ann Huff, whose major research interests focus on the development of novel therapeutic...

Johns Hopkins Medicine A Woman's Journey

Mar 25, 2024

Join Johns Hopkins Medicine A Woman's Journey each month for the latest information on women's health from Johns Hopkins Medicine experts.