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2015/03/27 13:42
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The MRI technique, so far tested only in test tube-grown cells and mice, is described in a report published March 27 in the online journal Nature Communications. "We think this is the first time...
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2015/03/27 08:48
2015/03/27 08:48
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Within a new host the parasite begins dividing asexually and spreading throughout the host’s body. During this initial stage of the infection, Toxoplasma can cause the disease toxoplasmosis in...
2015/03/26 13:08
2015/03/26 13:08
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Using a novel approach that homes in on rare families severely affected by autism, a Johns Hopkins-led team of researchers has identified a new genetic cause of the disease. The rare genetic variant...
2015/03/26 07:55
2015/03/26 07:55
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A new study conducted by researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine claims that health care costs and the number of postoperative complications across the US could be significantly reduced if hospitals...
2015/03/25 17:33
2015/03/25 17:33
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Cynthia D. Allen, vice president – financial advisor, Consulting Group at RBC Wealth Management, has been elected to the governing board of trustees of the Maryland Council on Economic Education...
2015/03/25 04:22
2015/03/25 04:22
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Highwood Theatre hopes its upcoming production of “August: Osage County” illustrates how alcoholism, drug abuse and mental illness affect people of all ages, especially teenagers. The teenage cast...
2015/03/24 17:27
2015/03/24 17:27
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Even in nursing, no equal pay for women The typical salary gap has consistently been about $5,000 even after adjusting for factors such as experience, education, work hours, clinical specialty, and...
2015/03/24 15:48
2015/03/24 15:48
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Unbound Medicine and Johns Hopkins Extend Digital Publishing Relationship - Unbound� Platform Used to Create and Distribute the Johns Hopkins Psychiatry Guide Unbound Medicine has extended its...
2015/03/24 14:42
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Cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that affects about 30,000 Americans and 70,000 people worldwide, stems from the body's inability to ferry chloride in and out of cells. The disease is marked by the...
2015/03/23 20:30
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Photo by Vidhya Nagarajan for NPR When President Richard Nixon declared a war on cancer in 1971, there were high hopes that scientists were close enough to understanding the underlying causes that...
2015/03/23 16:19
2015/03/23 16:19
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Two new maps of Mercury taken by a NASA probe have identified never-before-seen formations on the planet's surface. The previously unidentified regions of Mercury have compositions that differ...
2015/03/23 12:08
2015/03/23 12:08
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A generic version of insulin, the lifesaving diabetes drug used by 6 million people in the United States, has never been available in this country because drug companies have made incremental...
2015/03/22 20:31
2015/03/22 20:31
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As New Horizons spacecraft draws ever closer to Pluto en route to its planned close-encounter this summer, NASA is already hard at work reviewing potential candidates for its next destination,...
2015/03/22 04:49
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ULA Will Boost The Probe Into Space In 2018 NASA has selected United Launch Services, LLC, of Centennial, CO to provide launch services for the agency's Solar Probe Plus (SPP) mission. The SPP...
2015/03/20 20:17
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Medical school students in Baltimore and across the country on Friday opened envelopes or checked their email to find out whether the fates and a computerized algorithm smiled on their plans for their...
2015/03/20 13:08
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Both patients and physicians may benefit from a "work flow" system developed at military medical facilities and tested at a Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center clinic, according to results of an...
2015/03/20 07:28
2015/03/20 07:28
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Nasa's Messenger probe orbiting Mercury since 2011 will soon crash into the planet's surface, but not before it gathers crucial scientific data in a "hover campaign" designed to capture and send back...
2015/03/20 06:38
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Researchers zero in on 'culprit' causing heart failure Researchers have identified what they describe as "the long-sought culprit" that contributes to heart failure. The research, published in the...
2015/03/19 20:31
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Since 2011, NASA’s MESSENGER probe has been orbiting and gathering data on Mercury and the latest published research based on mission data has revealed never-before-seen features on our Solar System’s...
2015/03/19 13:14
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Sexual orientation and gender identity are conceptually different from race, and beliefs about marriage as the union of man and woman are conceptually and historically different from opposition to...
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