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Alok Malhotra on Dash4Dowd, a 5K race he organized to support Hopkins research on Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia, a rare heart condition that claimed his friend's life

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Research conducted by Gwenn Smith, the Richman Family Professor for Alzheimer's and Related Diseases, suggests that a significant decrease in serotonin — the chemical in the brain that regulates sleep, mood, and appetite — can be a driver of Alzheimer's.

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