Doctors rarely have the chance to provide a variety of free and comprehensive services to patients under one roof, but the seventh annual B’more Healthy… Read More »Hopkins Outreach at the B’More Healthy Expo
Diana Cholakian is a fourth-year gynecology and obstetrics resident at Johns Hopkins. When she’s not in the OR, she enjoys biking, hiking, and running around the city.
Preparing the next group of medical doctors does not always fall on the shoulders of attending physicians. Residents, themselves, play a very important part in… Read More »Taking resident education into our own hands
Recently, my inbox has been filled each morning with emails warning about Zika virus. And my clinics have been filled with women wondering what the… Read More »Zika Virus: Where Did It Come From, and How Big of a Threat Is It?
I don’t know about you, but during the holiday season, my Facebook feed was full of status updates from friends getting engaged. And of course,… Read More »The Statistics Behind Holiday Engagements
I was not surprised to learn that Baltimore ranks higher than the national average in cervical cancer incidence. In my few years of residency, I… Read More »Johns Hopkins Physician Finds Efficacy in Cervical Cancer Vaccine
When I started my Gyn/Ob residency, I realized well into my intern year that there was one thing I was trained to do well: the… Read More »Annual Pelvic Exams: Do They Cause More Harm Than Good?
Telling a patient she has cancer has become part of my job as a resident physician. In gynecology, cancer can affect women at very young… Read More »Managing Cancer at Work Program Wins Digital Health Award
As humans, we are inclined to make everything we do faster. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the delivery of medical treatments. But recent… Read More »The Benefits of Delayed Cord Clamping May Benefit Full-Term Infants, Study Shows