The Johns Hopkins University articles over last 30 days

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Marketers, designers and academic researchers use the Glasses 2 for real-world eye-tracking insights into a vast range of human behavior—everything from shopping habits and media consumption to...
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2015/06/30 09:08
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An analysis of the results of more than 16,000 brain and spine surgeries suggests patients have nothing to fear from having residents — physicians-in-training — assist in those operations. The...
2015/06/30 04:19
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Graves has been named Milton Hershey School's 2015 Alumnus of the Year. He was recognized for his commitment to pediatric cancer research and the example of excellence and philanthropy he sets for...
2015/06/29 15:05
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NASA has released a study claiming there is a need for continued use of plutonium-energized power systems for future space flights. It also says the use of actual nuclear reactors in space "has...
2015/06/28 21:58
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While last week’s back-to-back historic Supreme Court rulings upholding the Affordable Care Act and gay marriage burnish President Barack Obama’s legacy at home, his foreign policy record remains...
2015/06/28 21:18
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BALTIMORE (AP) — As many as two-thirds of older adults will experience hearing loss, but many won’t do anything about it, says Dr. Carrie Nieman, a resident at The Johns Hopkins University School of...
2015/06/27 21:19
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Surveying our star-spangled sky for July, Venus and Jupiter prepare for a cosmic embrace after dusk in the west, Saturn strolls the southern heavens, we get close-ups of Pluto and if you wash your car...
2015/06/27 04:38
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W. Frazier Bell has been named vice president and retail sales manager of BankNewport, where he will be responsible for business development, goal setting, sales and training for the bank's 15...
2015/06/26 08:19
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Credit: Shawn Hempel/Shutterstock.com A new test that uses blood and saliva to detect head and neck cancers has shown promise in a small number of patients, researchers said Wednesday. While it will...
2015/06/26 06:22
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SADDLE RIVER — For several years, students' missing too many days at Wandell Elementary School and their being chronically late have been issues that have dragged down the school's rankings and, in...
2015/06/25 10:09
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Working with heart muscle cells from diabetic rats, scientists at Johns Hopkins have located what they say is the epicenter of mischief wreaked by too much blood sugar and used a sugar-gobbling enzyme...
2015/06/25 10:08
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What's This?These images resolve some surface features of Charon, including an odd dark patch near one of its poles. Image: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research...
2015/06/24 20:08
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The notion that geography often shapes economic and political destiny has long informed the work of economists and political scholars. Now a study led by medical scientists at Johns Hopkins reveals...
2015/06/24 14:08
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Experimental therapy restores normal fat metabolism in animals with atherosclerosis In what may be a major leap forward in the quest for new treatments of the most common form of cardiovascular...
2015/06/24 12:28
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The majority of edible medical marijuana products are either too weak or too strong, a new study has found. Research from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine shows that medical cannabis users...
2015/06/24 07:08
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In a genome-wide association study believed to be the largest of its kind, Johns Hopkins researchers have uncovered four regions in the human genome where changes may increase the risk of pancreatic...
2015/06/23 15:19
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Smaller-dose pot-infused cookies, called the Rookie Cookie, sit on the packaging table at The Growing Kitchen in Boulder, Colo., in 2014. (Brennan Linsley/AP) Walk down any convenience store drug...
2015/06/23 14:08
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A review of medical records for almost 200 patients with breast cancer suggests that more selective use of biomarker testing for such patients has the potential to save millions of dollars in health...
2015/06/23 09:11
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Mild elevations in blood pressure considered to be in the upper range of normal during young adulthood can lead to subclinical heart damage by middle age -- a condition that sets the stage for...
2015/06/22 13:09
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Finding suggests novel mechanism for treating epilepsy An amino acid whose role in the body has been all but a mystery appears to act as a potent seizure inhibitor in mice, according to a study by...
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