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Chicago Tribune
Scientists find drugs for cancer, hepatitis C can kill Zika in petri dishprocess of trying to test the drugs' effectiveness in humans. Co-author Hongju
Scientists find drugs for cancer, hepatitis C can kill Zika in petri dish
Chicago Tribune / Posted 5 minutes ago
process of trying to test the drugs' effectiveness in humans. Co-author Hongjun Song, director of the stem cell program at Johns Hopkins, said that the drugs "are very effective against Zika in the dish, but we don't know if they can work in humans... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Scientists find drugs for cancer, hepatitis C can kill Zika in petri dishprocess of trying to test the drugs' effectiveness in humans. Co-author Hongju
Scientists find drugs for cancer, hepatitis C can kill Zika in petri dish
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 28 minutes ago
process of trying to test the drugs' effectiveness in humans. Co-author Hongjun Song, director of the stem cell program at Johns Hopkins, said that the drugs "are very effective against Zika in the dish, but we don't know if they can work in humans... Read more
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First Coast News
FSU biologist on front line of Zika fightstop Zika. Hengli Tang, a biological science professor in the FSU College of A
FSU biologist on front line of Zika fight
First Coast News / Posted 33 minutes ago
stop Zika. Hengli Tang, a biological science professor in the FSU College of Arts and Science, worked with scientists from Johns Hopkins University and the National Institute of Health on repositioning drugs already approved or undergoing clinical... Read more
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The Morning Call
Scientists find drugs for cancer, hepatitis C can kill Zika in petri dishprocess of trying to test the drugs' effectiveness in humans. Co-author Hongju
Scientists find drugs for cancer, hepatitis C can kill Zika in petri dish
The Morning Call / Posted 48 minutes ago
process of trying to test the drugs' effectiveness in humans. Co-author Hongjun Song, director of the stem cell program at Johns Hopkins, said that the drugs "are very effective against Zika in the dish, but we don't know if they can work in humans... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Belize Boy Travels to Baltimore to Receive Life-Changing Eye Treatmentwithin his first month of life for a testicular hernia. Now, his family is her
Belize Boy Travels to Baltimore to Receive Life-Changing Eye Treatment
CBS Baltimore / Posted 3 hours ago
within his first month of life for a testicular hernia. Now, his family is here in Baltimore meeting with doctors at the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute. “Those blood vessels don’t grow correctly and can bleed and pull on the retina and lead... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Drug to treat parasites, liver disease shows promise for ZikaAs researchers around the world scramble to develop a vaccine to treat Zika, a
Drug to treat parasites, liver disease shows promise for Zika
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
As researchers around the world scramble to develop a vaccine to treat Zika, a group of Johns Hopkins scientists have found three existing drugs that show promise in treating the disease. A team from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Improv Group moving to Single Carrot Theatrehoping that it will augment both companies.” BIG hopes Single Carrot Theatre's
Baltimore Improv Group moving to Single Carrot Theatre
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
hoping that it will augment both companies.” BIG hopes Single Carrot Theatre's lively surrounding area and proximity to Johns Hopkins University will help the group create a well-rounded experience for theater guests and foster a relationship... Read more
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FSView
FSU biologist on front line of Zika fightstop Zika. Hengli Tang, a biological science professor in the FSU College of Ar
FSU biologist on front line of Zika fight
FSView / Posted 3 hours ago
stop Zika. Hengli Tang, a biological science professor in the FSU College of Arts and Science, worked with scientists from Johns Hopkins University and the National Institute of Health on repositioning drugs already approved or undergoing clinical... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Man shot in Gay Street neighborhood near Johns Hopkins HospitalA man was shot multiple times Monday afternoon in the Gay Street neighborhood n
Man shot in Gay Street neighborhood near Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 hours ago
A man was shot multiple times Monday afternoon in the Gay Street neighborhood near Johns Hopkins Hospital, police said. Officers were called shortly after 5:30 p.m. to the shooting in the 900 block of N. Caroline St. The man was found wounded and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Emocha Mobile Health lands new contracts for its medication monitoring appcan improve medication adherence for other illnesses. Emocha Mobile Health, fo
Emocha Mobile Health lands new contracts for its medication monitoring app
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 hours ago
can improve medication adherence for other illnesses. Emocha Mobile Health, founded in 2013 on technology licensed from Johns Hopkins University, has recently landed contracts with Fresno, Merced and Contra Costa counties in California. Those... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Why can’t Anthony Weiner stop his self-destructive sexting behaviour?version of the DSM, which was published in 2013. But Fred Berlin, director of
Why can’t Anthony Weiner stop his self-destructive sexting behaviour?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
version of the DSM, which was published in 2013. But Fred Berlin, director of the Sexual Behavior Consultation Unit at Johns Hopkins Medicine, said the label doesn’t matter. What’s important is that clinicians and the wider public gain a... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
3 drugs identified to potentially fight Zika virusthree compounds in a couple of months thanks to a large-scale collaboration bet
3 drugs identified to potentially fight Zika virus
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 7 hours ago
three compounds in a couple of months thanks to a large-scale collaboration between the U.S. National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Florida State University, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Microcephaly is just a part of Zika’s story, according to studyabnormalities, but it’s been more generic,” said Dr. Rita Driggers, an associat
Microcephaly is just a part of Zika’s story, according to study
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
abnormalities, but it’s been more generic,” said Dr. Rita Driggers, an associate professor of gynecology and obstetrics at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, who was not involved in the study. “Now we know more specifically what we’re... Read more
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MLive.com
Vitamin C may improve leukemia treatment, Van Andel Institute researchers find– Stand Up To Cancer, or VARI – SU2C, Epigenetics Dream Team with Dr. Stephen B
Vitamin C may improve leukemia treatment, Van Andel Institute researchers find
MLive.com / Posted 7 hours ago
– Stand Up To Cancer, or VARI – SU2C, Epigenetics Dream Team with Dr. Stephen Baylin, who is co-head of Cancer Biology at Johns Hopkins University's Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center. Their work confirms what some cancer investigators... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
NCATS scientists identify promising compounds effective in inhibiting Zika virus replicationbrain development, but the Zika virus can negatively affect this process. NCAT
NCATS scientists identify promising compounds effective in inhibiting Zika virus replication
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 hours ago
brain development, but the Zika virus can negatively affect this process. NCATS' work was a collaborative effort with Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, (JHU) and Florida State University, Tallahassee, (FSU), and the study results were... Read more
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The Advocate
New 'Scientific' Study on Sexuality, Gender Is Neither New Nor Scientifichas a long history of blocking such efforts, beginning with his closure of the
New 'Scientific' Study on Sexuality, Gender Is Neither New Nor Scientific
The Advocate / Posted 8 hours ago
has a long history of blocking such efforts, beginning with his closure of the pioneering gender identity clinic at Johns Hopkins in 1979. McHugh claimed that his decision was based in science, but his real motivation became clear through... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Mylan to introduce a half-price generic version of EpiPento EpiPen is an extraordinary commercial response." Joshua Sharfstein, a profe
Mylan to introduce a half-price generic version of EpiPen
Dallas Morning News / Posted 8 hours ago
to EpiPen is an extraordinary commercial response." Joshua Sharfstein, a professor of health policy and management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, called it a face-saving move by the company. The generic offers a way of... Read more
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The Daily Record
Hopkins’ Ladra to lead first dedicated pediatric radiation oncology program in Washingtondedicated pediatric radiation oncology program in Washington Matthew Ladra, M.
Hopkins’ Ladra to lead first dedicated pediatric radiation oncology program in Washington
The Daily Record / Posted 8 hours ago
dedicated pediatric radiation oncology program in Washington Matthew Ladra, M.D., M.P.H., has been appointed to lead the Johns Hopkins and Children’s National Pediatric Radiation Oncology Program at Sibley Memorial Hospital. The first dedicated... Read more
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NBC News
Two existing drugs could stop Zika infectionsmosquitoes and by sex. As of now, there is no vaccine or treatment. The team a
Two existing drugs could stop Zika infections
NBC News / Posted 8 hours ago
mosquitoes and by sex. As of now, there is no vaccine or treatment. The team at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Johns Hopkins University and Florida State University looked first in a library of existing drug compounds for products that... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Tapeworm drug stops Zika from replicating in lab: studythis sort of global health emergency, we don’t have time to wait,” said co-auth
Tapeworm drug stops Zika from replicating in lab: study
The Borneo Post / Posted 9 hours ago
this sort of global health emergency, we don’t have time to wait,” said co-author Hongjun Song, a virologist at Johns Hopkins University. The encouraging results have yet to be reproduced outside the laboratory, the scientists... Read more
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The Morning Call
James Stavridis: Biological developments pose national security threatsof these are part of the work being done by various laboratories around the glo
James Stavridis: Biological developments pose national security threats
The Morning Call / Posted 9 hours ago
of these are part of the work being done by various laboratories around the globe, including here in the United States at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, where I serve as a senior fellow. Some of the most promising advances made at JHU APL and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Could TAPEWORM antidote cure Zika?virus from replicating in the body. The discovery was made by a team of resear
Could TAPEWORM antidote cure Zika?
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
virus from replicating in the body. The discovery was made by a team of researchers from Florida State University (FSU), Johns Hopkins University and the National Institutes of Health. It has been hailed as a medical breakthrough as federal... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
New wave of teachers-in-training heads to Dallas ISD, charter schoolsday, the group will help teachers. At night, they’ll continue their own studies
New wave of teachers-in-training heads to Dallas ISD, charter schools
Dallas Morning News / Posted 10 hours ago
day, the group will help teachers. At night, they’ll continue their own studies toward a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Education. “We teach during the day, study at night, wake up and repeat,” said Lee, who studied... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Tapeworm drug stops Zika from replicating in labthis sort of global health emergency, we don't have time to wait," said co-auth
Tapeworm drug stops Zika from replicating in lab
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 11 hours ago
this sort of global health emergency, we don't have time to wait," said co-author Hongjun Song, a virologist at Johns Hopkins University. The encouraging results have yet to be reproduced outside the laboratory, the scientists... Read more
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express
Could a drug used to treat tapeworm finally BEAT the Zika virus?on the market as a treatment for tapeworm. The discovery was made by a team of
Could a drug used to treat tapeworm finally BEAT the Zika virus?
express / Posted 11 hours ago
on the market as a treatment for tapeworm. The discovery was made by a team of researchers from Florida State University, Johns Hopkins University and the National Institutes of Health in the US.Related articles 100 cases of Zika virus have been... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Secret weapon in the fight against the Zika virus could already be on the marketmarket as a treatment for tapeworm. The discovery was made by a team of resear
Secret weapon in the fight against the Zika virus could already be on the market
Daily Mirror / Posted 12 hours ago
market as a treatment for tapeworm. The discovery was made by a team of researchers from Florida State University (FSU), Johns Hopkins University and the National Institutes of Health in the United States. Professor Hengli Tang, of FSU, said:... Read more
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CNBC
America's sickest have big health costs, can afford to pay the leastto pay the most, when they have the lowest incomes," said Gerard Anderson, a co
America's sickest have big health costs, can afford to pay the least
CNBC / Posted 21 hours ago
to pay the most, when they have the lowest incomes," said Gerard Anderson, a co-author of the studies and a professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. At the same time, "this much higher level of spending care does not appear... Read more
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Daily Mail
Regular eating 'reduces chance of dying from clogged arteries by 30%'warned a six-meals-a-day diet is only good if it is rich in fruit and vegetable
Regular eating 'reduces chance of dying from clogged arteries by 30%'
Daily Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
warned a six-meals-a-day diet is only good if it is rich in fruit and vegetables and low in junk food. The study by Johns Hopkins University and Baltimore University looked at nearly 7,000 adults, following them up for over 14 years. The... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Men with hair seen as 'more attractive and successful'trademark dome. Photo / Getty If you're a bald man, this may make for uncomfor
Men with hair seen as 'more attractive and successful'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
trademark dome. Photo / Getty If you're a bald man, this may make for uncomfortable reading. The research, carried out by Johns Hopkins University in the US, involved asking a group of 122 participants to rate 13 pairs of images. The photos... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Aileen Abigail Campbell McCausey, nurse and artist, diesback to school to receive her certification from the American College of Nurse
Aileen Abigail Campbell McCausey, nurse and artist, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
back to school to receive her certification from the American College of Nurse Midwifery at the School of Hygiene at the Johns Hopkins University. She worked as a nurse-midwife and registered nurse until 1985. "Mom was a wonderful human being... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her lifeit. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her life
KIVI Boise / Posted yesterday
it. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family member, Dennis spent several months at Johns Hopkins Hospital getting treatment. She was on the verge of death when she heard the news that doctors found a 100... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Volunteers sought to get Zika virusnot only as an important step in vaccine development but as a means to learn mo
Volunteers sought to get Zika virus
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted yesterday
not only as an important step in vaccine development but as a means to learn more about Zika," said Dr. Anna Durbin of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, who is leading the work. "We can look at things that you just can't do in... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her lifeit. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her life
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted yesterday
it. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family member, Dennis spent several months at Johns Hopkins Hospital getting treatment. She was on the verge of death when she heard the news that doctors found a 100... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her lifeit. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her life
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted yesterday
it. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family member, Dennis spent several months at Johns Hopkins Hospital getting treatment. She was on the verge of death when she heard the news that doctors found a 100... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her lifeit. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her life
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted yesterday
it. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family member, Dennis spent several months at Johns Hopkins Hospital getting treatment. She was on the verge of death when she heard the news that doctors found a 100... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her lifeit. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her life
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted yesterday
it. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family member, Dennis spent several months at Johns Hopkins Hospital getting treatment. She was on the verge of death when she heard the news that doctors found a 100... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her lifeit. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her life
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted yesterday
it. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family member, Dennis spent several months at Johns Hopkins Hospital getting treatment. She was on the verge of death when she heard the news that doctors found a 100... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her lifeit. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family
Leukemia survivor meets Lenexa donor who saved her life
KGTV San Diego / Posted yesterday
it. I have two children,” she said. Without a bone marrow match from a family member, Dennis spent several months at Johns Hopkins Hospital getting treatment. She was on the verge of death when she heard the news that doctors found a 100... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
West Scranton resident takes over family car dealership, advocates for reform in mental illness carearound in as a child. “It was really in my blood,” she said, adding she was ma
West Scranton resident takes over family car dealership, advocates for reform in mental illness care
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
around in as a child. “It was really in my blood,” she said, adding she was made partner. “My brother graduated (from) Johns Hopkins (University) and came home to run the business and we got to reconnect as adults. Instead of seeing my brother... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
UA notebookhow primate species differ from one another in these changes," she said in a st
UA notebook
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
how primate species differ from one another in these changes," she said in a statement. Terhune will work with Siobhan Cooke, a researcher at Johns Hopkins University, and Claire Kirchhof, a researcher at Marquette University. Metro on 08/2... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Observers offer tips on how to survive your doctor or hospitaltreatable years earlier,” said Drew Britcher, Leone’s law partner. A study rel
Observers offer tips on how to survive your doctor or hospital
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted yesterday
treatable years earlier,” said Drew Britcher, Leone’s law partner. A study released earlier this year by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine says medical errors should rank as the third-leading cause of death in the United States. The study... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Honored teacher works to enrich livesreceived her undergraduate teaching degree from Salisbury University and holds
Honored teacher works to enrich lives
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted yesterday
received her undergraduate teaching degree from Salisbury University and holds a master's degree in gifted education from Johns Hopkins University. Evarts was first nominated for the award in November 2013 and said it was a tedious process to put... Read more
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The Morning Call
Biological developments pose national security threatsof these are part of the work being done by various laboratories around the glo
Biological developments pose national security threats
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
of these are part of the work being done by various laboratories around the globe, including here in the United States at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, where I serve as a senior fellow. Some of the most promising advances made at JHU APL and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Lewis Museum names executive director, Wanda Drapertwo grandchildren Education: Bachelor's in journalism from the University of M
Lewis Museum names executive director, Wanda Draper
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
two grandchildren Education: Bachelor's in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park; attended the Johns Hopkins University School of Contemporary Studies and the University of Maryland School of Law Career: Panelist for... Read more
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The News & Observer
Fists, not football: Brain injuries seen in domestic assaultsmany victims and doctors don't connect the problems with domestic abuse, said r
Fists, not football: Brain injuries seen in domestic assaults
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
many victims and doctors don't connect the problems with domestic abuse, said researcher Jacquelyn Campbell, a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Many physician groups recommend that doctors screen women for domestic violence in... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Urban agriculture in the spotlightfor upkeep and often pesticides and fertilizers, converting them to food garden
Urban agriculture in the spotlight
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
for upkeep and often pesticides and fertilizers, converting them to food gardens makes sense. A 2016 study from the U.S. Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future found that urban agriculture could “increase social capital, community well-being,... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
New process allows more leukemia patients to get life-saving stem-cell transplantssuch as Glass have an especially difficult time finding a match. That's where
New process allows more leukemia patients to get life-saving stem-cell transplants
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 2 days ago
such as Glass have an especially difficult time finding a match. That's where the new process fits in. Developed at Johns Hopkins University, it incorporates a chemotherapy drug called cyclophosphamide. The drug, administered in high doses... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The EpiPen Scandal Is Worse Than You Think: What You’re Not Being Toldto grow 67 percent in the United States. EpiPen prescriptions are now so common
The EpiPen Scandal Is Worse Than You Think: What You’re Not Being Told
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
to grow 67 percent in the United States. EpiPen prescriptions are now so common that pediatric allergist Robert Wood from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine says EpiPen is the new “Kleenex.” But making the EpiPen so popular wasn’t an... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Some hope virtual colonoscopies lead to more cancer screeningfor colorectal cancer, and she avoided having it done for nearly four years. T
Some hope virtual colonoscopies lead to more cancer screening
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
for colorectal cancer, and she avoided having it done for nearly four years. Then last year, she asked her physician at Johns Hopkins Hospital if she could try a "virtual" colonoscopy, which is less invasive than the standard procedure to detect... Read more
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Wired News
The Mystery of How Cancer Cells Barrel Through Your Bodythem in lab studies. “We wouldn’t have thought about it” on our own, said Kenne
The Mystery of How Cancer Cells Barrel Through Your Body
Wired News / Posted 2 days ago
them in lab studies. “We wouldn’t have thought about it” on our own, said Kenneth Pienta, a prostate cancer specialist at Johns Hopkins University. “We have been directly affected by theoretical physics.”Biology’s Phase Transition Models of cell... Read more
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