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... was not a Johns Hopkins study. Johns Hopkins did not initiate, pay for or direct this study. It was a federal government study,” Mathias said. “Everyone who knows anything knows that when doctors...
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Results of the analysis undermine anew long-held beliefs that cells with metastatic potential originate solely from the original or primary site of a cancer, according to the scientists who performed...
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Football: Junior running back Jo’el Kimpela was selected as the 12th Joe Eacobacci No. 35 Memorial Jersey recipient. Kimpela, a 2014 All-Patriot League selection, is the third offensive player to be...
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In a ceremony in the Allentown Central Catholic gym on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 student athletes committed to various colleges. The students and their colleges are, in alphabetical order: John...
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Angelina Jolie and Marilyn Monroe are classic beauties of the Western world. Experts say it's their symmetrical facial features that give an impression of attractiveness. In parts of Ethiopia, it's a...
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Women who live in areas with higher air pollution may also have higher anxiety, according to a new analysis. “It’s a really interesting finding and definitely suggests that air pollution may be...
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Several sleep experts admitted to us that they regularly watch TV in bed -- even though they warn patients never to do this. They, like lots of people, have fallen into the habit of letting background...
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Mary Armanios, M.D., an associate professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine., and her colleagues report that some stem cells vital to lung cell oxygenation undergo...
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The phone calls, designed to enrich standard pre- and post-operative care by reinforcing the value of sticking with physical therapy and back-strengthening exercise regimens, are a relatively...
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We don't outlaw cars just because people have accidents. Rather, we have automotive safety standards, rules of the road and consequences for reckless driving. Similarly, online poker should not be...
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April is National Autism Awareness Month in the US. While the cause of this disorder remains unknown, increasing general awareness can lead to earlier diagnoses, more effective interventions and...
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About 350 fourth-graders went to Johns Hopkins University in Rockville on Monday to learn the science of bread baking and to help feed the hungry. The students, from four elementary schools in...
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BENSENVILLE, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rubicon Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:RBCN), a leading provider of sapphire substrates and products to the LED, semiconductor, and optical industries, today announced...
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There is growing concern among scientists that inflammation caused by HIV and the side effects of some antiretroviral drugs, especially protease inhibitors, are increasing cardiovascular risk among...
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OLD GREENWICH, Conn. -- Dr. John N. Aucott will be receive the Lauren F. Brooks Award at the "Time for Lyme" annual gala for his expertise and efforts in Lyme disease research. Aucott is president of...
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THE National Security Agency in the US is facing a new and unforeseen challenge in the wake of the Edward Snowden leaks and it’s a very unfamiliar problem for the intelligence agency. The NSA...
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For the 10th year, students are invited to express their thoughts on family, friendship and growing up by writing for the Twin Beach Players’ annual Kids Playwriting Festival. This year, the North...
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I’ve been working at The Gazette since 2008, and through the years I’ve had the opportunity to cover hundreds of student-athletes, and — from a mostly athletic perspective — watch some of them mature...
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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins University in Rockville received a $1 million grant from its parent foundation, the Bernard Osher Foundation in San Francisco. Osher offers...
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Kayla Adams was feeling a little scared as she sat among a group of mentors at City Hall Tuesday, watching Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake speak. The 17-year-old Western High School senior kept her...
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