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  • What parents need to know about kids and vaping

    Balitmore’s Child - Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos, who directs Johns Hopkins Medicine’s tobacco treatment clinic, says: “The first thing I would tell parents is talk to your kids about how they’re handling their stress.”

  • More than reading glasses — new options for ‘old’ eyes

    Washington Post - Some people notice their near vision starting to blur in their 40s, many of us experience this in our 50s and practically everyone deals with it after age 60. “Your odds are 100 percent,” says Peter McDonnell, an ophthalmologist and the director of the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University.