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Daily Mail
Have we found a new kind of black hole?for instance, when black holes orbit each other or by the merging of galaxies
Have we found a new kind of black hole?
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
for instance, when black holes orbit each other or by the merging of galaxies Dr Simeon Bird and his colleagues at the John Hopkins University, Baltimore, have also suggested that the two black holes detected by Ligo (artist's impression shown)... Read more
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NBC News
Trump and Other Conservatives Embrace 'Blue Lives Matter' Movementon videotape. "Police have symbolic value, like people in military service," s
Trump and Other Conservatives Embrace 'Blue Lives Matter' Movement
NBC News / Posted 5 days ago
on videotape. "Police have symbolic value, like people in military service," said David Dagan, a political scientist at John Hopkins University whose research is on the politics of criminal justice issues. "Trump is going to a very classic... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
Man flu – a myth or cold scientific fact?also known as “Fishing for Sympathy” or “Chronic Exaggeration”. BEDRIDDEN: Flu
Man flu – a myth or cold scientific fact?
Daily Dispatch / Posted 6 days ago
also known as “Fishing for Sympathy” or “Chronic Exaggeration”. BEDRIDDEN: Flu really could hit men harder if a study by John Hopkins University is to be believed Picture: iSTOCK.COM The definition goes on to say that if the patient is your... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
William Mitchelldaughter, Sheila A. Mitchell; grandson, Martin A. Himmelrick; a brother and two
William Mitchell
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 9 days ago
daughter, Sheila A. Mitchell; grandson, Martin A. Himmelrick; a brother and two sisters. Mr. Mitchell was a graduate of John Hopkins University with a degree in chemical engineering. He retired from the Weirton Steel Steubenville plant where he... Read more
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Fortune
How Income Inequality Is Killing the Traditional Familyinequality, according to the study authored by a team of researchers led by And
How Income Inequality Is Killing the Traditional Family
Fortune / Posted 14 days ago
inequality, according to the study authored by a team of researchers led by Andrew J. Cherlin, a public policy professor at John Hopkins University. And young people don’t want to enter a marriage without a stable income—though they still want... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Gun violence affects us allsociety, and that their lives are not going to be cut short, because they are v
Gun violence affects us all
Baltimore Sun / Posted 14 days ago
society, and that their lives are not going to be cut short, because they are valuable. Dr. Carol Vidal is a clinical associate of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the John Hopkins University School of Medicine; her email is cvidal2@jhm... Read more
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Daily Star
Kim Jong-un 'will detonate nuke imminently' satellite scans of North Korea showwas revealed in satellite photos analysed by 38 North, a website run by the Sch
Kim Jong-un 'will detonate nuke imminently' satellite scans of North Korea show
Daily Star / Posted 15 days ago
was revealed in satellite photos analysed by 38 North, a website run by the School of Advanced International Studies at John Hopkins University in Washington DC. In the scans, a "high level of activity" is revealed at the Punggye-ri Nuclear... Read more
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International Business Times
HIV epidemic continues to disproportionately affect gay men across the globe sex with men in particular – do not get left behind. HIV epidemics and gay men
HIV epidemic continues to disproportionately affect gay men across the globe
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
sex with men in particular – do not get left behind. HIV epidemics and gay men The team, led by Chris Beyrer from the John Hopkins University, analysed medical research from January 2007 through October 2015, to identify which elements of... Read more
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Salon.com
Criminalizing the hustle: Policing poor people’s survival strategies from Erin Garner to Alton Sterlingby economic shifts and to collect revenue in the form of fines,” emails Lester
Criminalizing the hustle: Policing poor people’s survival strategies from Erin Garner to Alton Sterling
Salon.com / Posted 20 days ago
by economic shifts and to collect revenue in the form of fines,” emails Lester Spence, a professor of political science at John Hopkins University and the author of “Knocking the Hustle: Against the Neoliberal Turn in Black Politics.” “The black... Read more
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PhysOrg
Graphene based optoelectronicsthis exciting research is a collaboration between the University of Cambridge (
Graphene based optoelectronics
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
this exciting research is a collaboration between the University of Cambridge (UK), The Hebrew University (Israel) and John Hopkins University (USA). The mission of the Graphene Flagship is to translate graphene out of the academic laboratory,... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
African-Americans the largest group of minorities in need of organ transplantsless, and avoid illicit drugs,” said Callender, who also founded the transplant
African-Americans the largest group of minorities in need of organ transplants
The Birmingham Times / Posted 21 days ago
less, and avoid illicit drugs,” said Callender, who also founded the transplant program at Howard. UAB, along with the John Hopkins University and Northwestern University medical schools, will participate in a new Living Donor Navigator... Read more
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The Mercury News
Titans' Derrick Morgan wants research on healing effects of marijuanato us to explore it.'' Morgan, who is working towards his MBA at the Universit
Titans' Derrick Morgan wants research on healing effects of marijuana
The Mercury News / Posted a month ago
to us to explore it.'' Morgan, who is working towards his MBA at the University of Miami, has donated money to studies at John Hopkins University and at the University of Pennsylvania researching the healing effects of marijuana. ``We're... Read more
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express
Doing THIS once a year could reduce your risk of stroke by 90 per cent43 and 61 had fewer heart attacks and strokes when they donated blood every six
Doing THIS once a year could reduce your risk of stroke by 90 per cent
express / Posted 1 months ago
43 and 61 had fewer heart attacks and strokes when they donated blood every six months. Furthermore, scientists at the John Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health studied a group of men aged 42 – 60 for nine years. They found... Read more
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International Business Times
Woman with amnesia baffles scientists with 'hybrid memories' considered impossible able to recall in great details the skills she used in painting, playing music
Woman with amnesia baffles scientists with 'hybrid memories' considered impossible
International Business Times / Posted 1 months ago
able to recall in great details the skills she used in painting, playing music or even to fly a plane. Researchers at John Hopkins University, who are investigating her condition, believe that amnesiacs could therefore retain some kind of... Read more

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