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PhysOrg
The history of Eurasian wild horsesWilson, D. E. and Reeder, D. M., eds., Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic
The history of Eurasian wild horses
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Wilson, D. E. and Reeder, D. M., eds., Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference, 3rd ed., vol. 1. John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD. Kowalski, K. 1967. The Pleistocene extinction of mammals in Europe, pp.... Read more
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Daily Mail
University president opens up about twice trying to kill himselfprescription? How... Share this article Ono, the son of a celebrated Japanese
University president opens up about twice trying to kill himself
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
prescription? How... Share this article Ono, the son of a celebrated Japanese mathematician who was a professor at John Hopkins University, has been president of the university since 2012 after a career as a cellist. He is also a professor... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Testing our ethicsin developing a Center for Alternatives to Animal Use,'' Dr Dale says. Example
Testing our ethics
Otago Daily Times / Posted 5 days ago
in developing a Center for Alternatives to Animal Use,'' Dr Dale says. Examples of these alternative centres include John Hopkins University, and UC Davis, both in the United States, and Utrecht University, in the Netherlands. Also promoting... Read more
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Northern Echo
Protesters descend on Northallerton for fracking plan council meetingcited various studies relating to associated health risks related to fracking,
Protesters descend on Northallerton for fracking plan council meeting
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
cited various studies relating to associated health risks related to fracking, including a study carried out by the John Hopkins University, which demonstrated a 40 per cent increased risk of premature weeks of more than three weeks and a 30... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Jay Ambrose: Medical mistakes need more attentiona threat to human life. Here’s an overly hushed horror that needs massive atten
Jay Ambrose: Medical mistakes need more attention
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 8 days ago
a threat to human life. Here’s an overly hushed horror that needs massive attention, and scurrying loudly to the scene are John Hopkins University and a professor there, Martin Makary. He’s the lead author of this analytical study, which examined... Read more
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Boston Globe
Firefighters warned of job’s unintended health hazardsseveral studies about the cancer and heart disease risks facing firefighters. O
Firefighters warned of job’s unintended health hazards
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
several studies about the cancer and heart disease risks facing firefighters. One presenter, Dr. Virginia Weaver of John Hopkins University, described a 2006 analysis that found firefighters were at an increased risk for 10 different types... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
The Bookworm Sez: 'Adventures of a Female Medical Detective' one to catchthat Mary Guinan, PhD, MD solved. In her new book “Adventures of a Female Medic
The Bookworm Sez: 'Adventures of a Female Medical Detective' one to catch
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 8 days ago
that Mary Guinan, PhD, MD solved. In her new book “Adventures of a Female Medical Detective” (with Anne D. Mather, c.2016, John Hopkins University Press, $24.95, 123 pages), she takes you on some not-so-cold cases. Born of Irish immigrants, Mary... Read more
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metro
Patient has dead man's penis attached after losing his own to cancerof the deceased donor was not released.The nerves that had to be re-attached fo
Patient has dead man's penis attached after losing his own to cancer
metro / Posted 11 days ago
of the deceased donor was not released.The nerves that had to be re-attached for the procedure to be a success (Picture: John Hopkins University)Doctors hope he’ll be able to urinate and function sexually normally following the transplant... Read more
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The Daily Record
Donna Emeott, Travis Rodgers and Melanie Cohen | BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY REALTYUniversity where he received a Bachelor of Science in history and a minor in bi
Donna Emeott, Travis Rodgers and Melanie Cohen | BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY REALTY
The Daily Record / Posted 11 days ago
University where he received a Bachelor of Science in history and a minor in biology. He received his master’s degree from John Hopkins University in public policy and educational leadership concentrating on urban development and revitalization.... Read more
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Engadget
Doctors perform first penis transplant in the USpossible, negating the need for rejection drugs. Meanwhile, transplants are lik
Doctors perform first penis transplant in the US
Engadget / Posted 11 days ago
possible, negating the need for rejection drugs. Meanwhile, transplants are likely to become much more commonplace, as John Hopkins University School of Medicine also expects to perform one very soon. The procedure is expected to be... Read more
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International Business Times
Mercury mapped in stunning detail by Nasa's Messenger spacecraft painstaking work by scientists at the US Geological Survey, Arizona State Unive
Mercury mapped in stunning detail by Nasa's Messenger spacecraft
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
painstaking work by scientists at the US Geological Survey, Arizona State University, Carnegie Institute of Washington, John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and NASA. Cameras from Messenger took a total of 300,000 images of the... Read more
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Newsmax
Oracle Founder Larry Ellison Gives $200 Million to Cancer ResearchMarch, Michael Bloomberg and philanthropist Sidney Kimmel led a $125 million do
Oracle Founder Larry Ellison Gives $200 Million to Cancer Research
Newsmax / Posted 14 days ago
March, Michael Bloomberg and philanthropist Sidney Kimmel led a $125 million donation to create a new cancer institute at John Hopkins University that’s also focused on immunotherapy treatments. Bloomberg is the majority owner of Bloomberg LP,... Read more
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The Hill
At US-Nordic summit, Obama meets capitalism with a heartbut perhaps even more as a beginning of an ambitious journey. Simonyi is the m
At US-Nordic summit, Obama meets capitalism with a heart
The Hill / Posted 14 days ago
but perhaps even more as a beginning of an ambitious journey. Simonyi is the managing director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at John Hopkins University. He grew up in Denm... Read more
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Raw Story
America’s ‘exceptional’ lack of a female President in global perspectivecase that the media amplifies gender bias. In her book “Women for President: Me
America’s ‘exceptional’ lack of a female President in global perspective
Raw Story / Posted 15 days ago
case that the media amplifies gender bias. In her book “Women for President: Media Bias in Nine Campaigns,” Erika Falk of John Hopkins University describes some of the common stereotypes about women running for president: A woman is not... Read more
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FOX 13 Utah
Study: Pregnant women who take too much folic acid could increase child’s odds of developing autismthat recommendation into question. Whitney Steele, a Lehi mother of two, is tr
Study: Pregnant women who take too much folic acid could increase child’s odds of developing autism
FOX 13 Utah / Posted 15 days ago
that recommendation into question. Whitney Steele, a Lehi mother of two, is trying to make sense of a new study put out by John Hopkins University. Researchers looked at Folate and Vitamin B12 levels found in the blood of about 1,400 women. They... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
UMMC couple tout memorization techniquesof bad” prior to watching the TED talk “Feats of memory anyone can do” by scien
UMMC couple tout memorization techniques
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 15 days ago
of bad” prior to watching the TED talk “Feats of memory anyone can do” by science journalist Joshua Foer. A then-junior at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Mullen became intrigued with Foer’s subject matter of mnemonics, devices that are used... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
Women's Health Week: Let's Talk About Hair Lossloss? Or the health issues we don’t realize we’re dealing with that could be ma
Women's Health Week: Let's Talk About Hair Loss
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 18 days ago
loss? Or the health issues we don’t realize we’re dealing with that could be making us lose our hair? As researchers at John Hopkins University recently made known in a widely shared study, the styles we’re wearing could be causing traction... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Three Nigerians Nominated for Africa Innovation Prize 2016of Veterinary Medicine from University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Prior to founding Fy
Three Nigerians Nominated for Africa Innovation Prize 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
of Veterinary Medicine from University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Prior to founding Fyodor, he held a senior research position at John Hopkins University, USA. Valentin Agon, Benin: Api-Palu Api-Palu is an anti-malaria drug treatment developed out of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Medical error is the third biggest cause of death in the US, according to expertsand cancer. Image Copyright: sfam_photo, Image ID: 381538246 via Shutterstock.
Medical error is the third biggest cause of death in the US, according to experts
News-Medical-Net / Posted 22 days ago
and cancer. Image Copyright: sfam_photo, Image ID: 381538246 via Shutterstock.com Martin Makary and Michael Daniel (John Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore) say that death certificates in the US do not acknowledge medical error... Read more
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Leominster Champion
Three ‘very deserving’ LHS graduates recognized at dinner | May 6, 2016wine glasses that attendees could bring home and made the cake that was served
Three ‘very deserving’ LHS graduates recognized at dinner | May 6, 2016
Leominster Champion / Posted 22 days ago
wine glasses that attendees could bring home and made the cake that was served at the Alumni Dinner. Curtis attended John Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. While doing his residency, he developed in his spare time... Read more
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The Verge
A robot surgeon has passed a major milestone — sewing up pig gutskey to the automated surgeon is advanced vision, say the researchers that devel
A robot surgeon has passed a major milestone — sewing up pig guts
The Verge / Posted 23 days ago
key to the automated surgeon is advanced vision, say the researchers that developed it from Children’s National and John Hopkins University. Like the facial tracking technology used in Hollywood films, the robot — called Smart Tissue... Read more
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examiner.com
Dev Patel, Jeremy Irons, Devika Bhise attend 'Man Who Knew Infinity' premiereThis is. We're introducing her with this film. It was pretty incredible, really
Dev Patel, Jeremy Irons, Devika Bhise attend 'Man Who Knew Infinity' premiere
examiner.com / Posted 26 days ago
This is. We're introducing her with this film. It was pretty incredible, really. She had done a play called “Partition” at John Hopkins University, and I had heard of this play before. She played the Goddess, Namagiri in the play, which was a sign,... Read more
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Raw Story
How to bump an asteroid off coursethe mass of the 163m-wide Didymoon , by watching how it wobbles. Meanwhile, O
How to bump an asteroid off course
Raw Story / Posted 26 days ago
the mass of the 163m-wide Didymoon , by watching how it wobbles. Meanwhile, Olivier Barnouin and colleagues at the John Hopkins University in Baltimore have been investigating what an asteroid’s shape can tell you about its history, with... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Saranac Lake news: A weekly that disappearedhas drunk more tea than I have.' [Buried in the story was more about Dr. Willi
Saranac Lake news: A weekly that disappeared
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 28 days ago
has drunk more tea than I have.' [Buried in the story was more about Dr. William H. Welch, professor of pathology at John Hopkins University. It was his first visit to Saranac Lake though he had been a life-long friend of Dr. Edward... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
See how Butler County hospitals ranked in report cardgrades. Cincinnati area hospitals received the following grades: An analysis
See how Butler County hospitals ranked in report card
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 29 days ago
grades. Cincinnati area hospitals received the following grades: An analysis of hospital safety data by researchers at John Hopkins University School of Medicine found that despite considerable improvement in the safety of hospital care... Read more
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CTV News
Notley going to Washington to sell Alberta's climate-change planSilva, Alberta's representative in Washington. Her final appearance will be a
Notley going to Washington to sell Alberta's climate-change plan
CTV News / Posted a month ago
Silva, Alberta's representative in Washington. Her final appearance will be a speech at the Center for Canadian Studies at John Hopkins University. Alberta's climate-change plan outlines steps to cap oilsands emissions, eliminate coal-fired... Read more
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The Coldwater Daily Reporter
CHC ranked as one of the safest Michigan hospitalsPh.D., director of The Leapfrog Hospital Survey, assistant professor of Anesthe
CHC ranked as one of the safest Michigan hospitals
The Coldwater Daily Reporter / Posted a month ago
Ph.D., director of The Leapfrog Hospital Survey, assistant professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at John Hopkins University School of Medicine.In West Michigan, nine hospitals achieved A status. In addition to Coldwater,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lacrosse-mad quadruplets join different collegesthe quiet one because they always have something to say and it's hard to get in
Lacrosse-mad quadruplets join different colleges
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
the quiet one because they always have something to say and it's hard to get in a word with them.' Maggie is set to join John Hopkins University, and said they sisters wanted an individual experience at college Now the girls are enjoying playing... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
British Columbia health officials call for drug decriminalizationKendall and other B.C. health officials’ call to decriminalize personal drug us
British Columbia health officials call for drug decriminalization
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Kendall and other B.C. health officials’ call to decriminalize personal drug use and possession echoes that of the John Hopkins University – Lancet Commission on Public Health and International Drug Policy. The international commission of... Read more

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