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Baltimore Sun
Christian M. Kahl, Baltimore County Circuit Court judge, diesSchool and graduated in 1953 from Franklin High School. He earned a bachelor's
Christian M. Kahl, Baltimore County Circuit Court judge, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
School and graduated in 1953 from Franklin High School. He earned a bachelor's degree in biological sciences in 1958 from the Johns Hopkins University. Commissioned a lieutenant in the Army infantry in 1958, he graduated from Infantry Officers'... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hopkins faculty disavow 'troubling' report on gender and sexualityto this article: Danielle German, David Holtgrave, David Jernigan, Michelle Kau
Hopkins faculty disavow 'troubling' report on gender and sexuality
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 hours ago
to this article: Danielle German, David Holtgrave, David Jernigan, Michelle Kaufman, Joanne Rosen and Dr. Ron Valdiserri. The views expressed above are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Johns Hopkins Unive... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Teens -- armed, antsy and aiming to survive -- driving robbery spike in Baltimorea cellphone. Across town a couple hours later, a 64-year-old man was reading a
Teens -- armed, antsy and aiming to survive -- driving robbery spike in Baltimore
Baltimore Sun / Posted 21 hours ago
a cellphone. Across town a couple hours later, a 64-year-old man was reading a book on a bench in the Wyman Park Dell near the Johns Hopkins University. A group of teens approached, police say, put a gun to his head, sprayed him with mace, stabbed... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Trump's Donald-come-lately pledges to African-Americansif Republicans were ever a power in the city, I turned to Matthew Crenson, prof
Trump's Donald-come-lately pledges to African-Americans
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
if Republicans were ever a power in the city, I turned to Matthew Crenson, professor emeritus of political science at the Johns Hopkins University and author of a forthcoming political history of Baltimore. "Prior to McKeldin, the city had... Read more
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The Seattle Times
North Korea shoots for moon, but rocket might really be aimed at U.S.we’ve seen before,” John Schilling, an expert on North Korea’s missile program
North Korea shoots for moon, but rocket might really be aimed at U.S.
The Seattle Times / Posted yesterday
we’ve seen before,” John Schilling, an expert on North Korea’s missile program at 38 North, a blog and think tank of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, said of the powerful new engine. “It’s somewhat... Read more
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CNET
Messenger probe eases into hellish Mercury's orbitto be the first spacecraft to orbit Mercury and to take continuous global obser
Messenger probe eases into hellish Mercury's orbit
CNET / Posted 2 days ago
to be the first spacecraft to orbit Mercury and to take continuous global observations.Mission managers and engineers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory burst into applause after confirmation the Messenger probe had... Read more
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Business Wire
Navidea Appoints Michael M. Goldberg, M.D. President and Chief Executive Officerat the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Dr. Rowinsky w
Navidea Appoints Michael M. Goldberg, M.D. President and Chief Executive Officer
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Dr. Rowinsky was an Associate Professor of Oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Rowinsky is a member of the boards of directors of Biogen Inc. and... Read more
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Dundas Star News
To the moon, North Korea? Or does the rocket have a darker aim?we've seen before," John Schilling, an expert on North Korea's missile program
To the moon, North Korea? Or does the rocket have a darker aim?
Dundas Star News / Posted 2 days ago
we've seen before," John Schilling, an expert on North Korea's missile program at 38 North, a blog and think tank of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, said of the powerful new engine. "It's somewhat... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Robert T. Singleton, University of Maryland pioneer cardiologist, diesPa., and raised in Reynoldsville, Pa. He moved to Baltimore in 1941 to work at
Dr. Robert T. Singleton, University of Maryland pioneer cardiologist, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Pa., and raised in Reynoldsville, Pa. He moved to Baltimore in 1941 to work at the old Glenn L. Martin Co. and enrolled at the Johns Hopkins University until enlisting in the Navy and serving from 1944 to 1946. Dr. Singleton earned the Pacific... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
University of Maryland medical school recruiting dream teams of top docs, scientistsStates, has declined by 22 percent in the last decade when adjusted for inflati
University of Maryland medical school recruiting dream teams of top docs, scientists
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
States, has declined by 22 percent in the last decade when adjusted for inflation. Landon King is executive vice dean of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He says the increasing scarcity of research dollars puts pressure on medical... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Police seek input as department plans release of certain discipline datapolice officer Seong Koo from the Western District sat with technical experts f
Police seek input as department plans release of certain discipline data
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
police officer Seong Koo from the Western District sat with technical experts from the city's health department and the Johns Hopkins University. He answered questions about use of force and the civilian complaint process. The tech experts... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Malnutrition deaths of tribal children return to haunt Maharashtrahas been working among tribals in the heavily forested Gadchiroli district for
Malnutrition deaths of tribal children return to haunt Maharashtra
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 4 days ago
has been working among tribals in the heavily forested Gadchiroli district for years, was highly sceptical. An alumni of the Johns Hopkins University in the US, Dr Bang had chaired a state committee on child mortality evaluation and told the... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Modern college students are theologically illiterate – The Johns Hopkins Newsjunior economics and chemistry major from Detroit. He is the editor-in-chief of
Modern college students are theologically illiterate – The Johns Hopkins News
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 6 days ago
junior economics and chemistry major from Detroit. He is the editor-in-chief of The Hopkins Dialectic. Haammad Shah is a senior public health major from Gaithersburg, Md. He is the president of the Johns Hopkins University Muslim Student Associati... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Predominance of testosterone in males may explain disparate ACL injury rate between men and womenWilliam Romani, Ph.D., M.H.A., a physical therapist and sports medicine researc
Predominance of testosterone in males may explain disparate ACL injury rate between men and women
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
William Romani, Ph.D., M.H.A., a physical therapist and sports medicine researcher who was a visiting faculty member in The Johns Hopkins University's Department of Biomedical Engineering from 2009 to 2015. Senior study author Jennifer... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Howard schools keep students in class by helping them to overcome challengespublished Sept. 6 by Attendance Works, an initiative aimed at improving school
Howard schools keep students in class by helping them to overcome challenges
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
published Sept. 6 by Attendance Works, an initiative aimed at improving school attendance policies and practices, and the Johns Hopkins University School of Education's Everyone Graduates Center, chronic absences from school threaten both... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore's core neighborhoods quietly transformedtwo up-and-coming community schools — Barclay and Margaret Brent — where Strong
Baltimore's core neighborhoods quietly transformed
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
two up-and-coming community schools — Barclay and Margaret Brent — where Strong City is working with local partners like the Johns Hopkins University and Single Carrot Theatre to bring exciting programming that is encouraging young families to... Read more
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New Kerala
Prop up immune system to prevent cancer, says study - newkerala.com #120292so countless times every day in all of us. That natural ability is what we want
Prop up immune system to prevent cancer, says study - newkerala.com #120292
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
so countless times every day in all of us. That natural ability is what we want to leverage," said Elizabeth M. Jaffee from the Johns Hopkins University in the US. "Building upon our innate defenses against cancer is the foundation of new... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Pluto Has Tail, X-RaysPluto is interacting with the solar wind in an unexpected and energetic fashion
Pluto Has Tail, X-Rays
ScienceBlogs / Posted 11 days ago
Pluto is interacting with the solar wind in an unexpected and energetic fashion,” said Carey Lisse, an astrophysicist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, who led the Chandra observation team with... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Suspects in Wyman Park stabbing filmed the assault, posted to Facebookto share it?" Clarke said "It's sick." The victim was sitting on a bench about
Suspects in Wyman Park stabbing filmed the assault, posted to Facebook
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
to share it?" Clarke said "It's sick." The victim was sitting on a bench about 5 p.m. in the North Baltimore park near the Johns Hopkins University and the Baltimore Museum of Art when the suspects surrounded him and asked where they could... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
William Single III, attorney and active Hopkins alumni, dieshim the eternal student," said Joseph Judd, chief operating officer at Jhpiego
William Single III, attorney and active Hopkins alumni, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
him the eternal student," said Joseph Judd, chief operating officer at Jhpiego Corp., a nonprofit health care affiliate of the Johns Hopkins University. "A conversation with Bill always made my day. There are five adjectives to describe him:... Read more
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Daily Mail
Doctor reveals guide in how to save someone who's severely bleedingwith severe bleeding die before they even reach hospital Dr Matthew Levy, an a
Doctor reveals guide in how to save someone who's severely bleeding
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
with severe bleeding die before they even reach hospital Dr Matthew Levy, an associate professor of emergency medicine at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, says its important to recognise what a severe bleed looks like. Share this... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Bloomberg Philanthropies to donate $300 million to create Bloomberg American Health Initiativepublic health challenges have evolved, so too must our model of public health,"
Bloomberg Philanthropies to donate $300 million to create Bloomberg American Health Initiative
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
public health challenges have evolved, so too must our model of public health," says Ronald J. Daniels, president of the Johns Hopkins University. "The Bloomberg American Health Initiative builds on Michael's visionary legacy at Johns Hopkins... Read more
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CNET
NASA celebrates New Horizons' Pluto flybyflying the New Horizons spacecraft across the solar system, we've reached our g
NASA celebrates New Horizons' Pluto flyby
CNET / Posted 13 days ago
flying the New Horizons spacecraft across the solar system, we've reached our goal," said project manager Glen Fountain at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physical Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, which designed, built and operates New Horizons... Read more
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PhysOrg
Hubble takes close-up look at disintegrating cometfor Surveys (ACS) observations of 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3 (73P) in April 200
Hubble takes close-up look at disintegrating comet
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
for Surveys (ACS) observations of 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3 (73P) in April 2006," said collaborator Harold Weaver of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland. "In those observations, Hubble witnessed a comet... Read more
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Campus Times - University of Rochester
Field Hockey clobbers Hopkins, remains undefeatedUR Field Hockey (URFH) defeated the Johns Hopkins University Blue Jays 4–1 at F
Field Hockey clobbers Hopkins, remains undefeated
Campus Times - University of Rochester / Posted 14 days ago
UR Field Hockey (URFH) defeated the Johns Hopkins University Blue Jays 4–1 at Fauver Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Sophomores Miranda Lakis and Lauren Sharpe each scored a goal in the first half to preside 2–0 over JHU. Junior attacker Claire... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Real-time MRI guidance could help target and deliver stem cell therapiesand deliver stem cells to larger areas of the brain," says Piotr Walczak, M.D.,
Real-time MRI guidance could help target and deliver stem cell therapies
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
and deliver stem cells to larger areas of the brain," says Piotr Walczak, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of radiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's Institute for Cell Engineering. The therapeutic promise of human stem cells... Read more
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PhysOrg
X-ray detection sheds new light on PlutoPluto is interacting with the solar wind in an unexpected and energetic fashion
X-ray detection sheds new light on Pluto
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
Pluto is interacting with the solar wind in an unexpected and energetic fashion," said Carey Lisse, an astrophysicist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, who led the Chandra observation team with... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Computerized model illuminates need for standardized care in heart, lung transplantationsoutcomes," says Trent Magruder, M.D., a surgery resident and fellow in the Divi
Computerized model illuminates need for standardized care in heart, lung transplantations
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
outcomes," says Trent Magruder, M.D., a surgery resident and fellow in the Division of Cardiac Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "We hope our model will help illuminate areas for improvement and bring... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Gentle light beams may treat lethal heart conditionreplace harsh electric shocks to treat patients reeling from arrhythmia - a dea
Gentle light beams may treat lethal heart condition
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
replace harsh electric shocks to treat patients reeling from arrhythmia - a deadly heart rhythm disorder. Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University in the US and University of Bonn in Germany said that light-based treatment should provide a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Joyce J. Kaufmanbut not the second semester, which was analytical geometry. But she showed them
Dr. Joyce J. Kaufman
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
but not the second semester, which was analytical geometry. But she showed them." She was admitted as a special student to the Johns Hopkins University in 1945, which at the time only allowed eight women who wanted to be scientists and engineers,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Man stabbed, robbed at gunpoint at Wyman Park Dell at Johns Hopkins University Homewood campusA male victim was stabbed and robbed at gunpoint by four suspects at Wyman Park
Man stabbed, robbed at gunpoint at Wyman Park Dell at Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
A male victim was stabbed and robbed at gunpoint by four suspects at Wyman Park Dell at the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus in North Baltimore Monday, campus police said. The assault and robbery happened about 5 p.m. at the 16-acre park at... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hopkins doctors wins prestigious Lasker AwardArmstrong professor of genetic medicine, pediatrics, medicine, oncology, radiat
Hopkins doctors wins prestigious Lasker Award
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
Armstrong professor of genetic medicine, pediatrics, medicine, oncology, radiation oncology, and biological chemistry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Semenza doesn't know who nominated him for the award. He was completely... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Johns Hopkins maintains place among top 10 best universities in latest rankingsThe Johns Hopkins University has maintained its place as the 10th best school i
Johns Hopkins maintains place among top 10 best universities in latest rankings
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
The Johns Hopkins University has maintained its place as the 10th best school in the nation, according to the 2017 U.S. News & World Report annual ranking of colleges in America. In the survey released Tuesday, Hopkins finished as the 10th best... Read more
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Island Packet
Your smart kid is making it harder for my kid to learnsystem essentially ignores the learning needs of a huge percentage of its stude
Your smart kid is making it harder for my kid to learn
Island Packet / Posted 16 days ago
system essentially ignores the learning needs of a huge percentage of its students,” found the report conducted by the Johns Hopkins University Institute for Education Policy. “Millions of American K-12 students are performing above grade... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Philip D. Zieve, former head of Bayview Medical Center, diesstudent. He completed an internship and his residency at the old Baltimore Cit
Dr. Philip D. Zieve, former head of Bayview Medical Center, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
student. He completed an internship and his residency at the old Baltimore City Hospitals and was a fellow in medicine at the Johns Hopkins University, where he studied hematology. In 1963, he became chief resident in medicine at Sinai Hospital.... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Your smart kid is making it harder for my kid to learnsystem essentially ignores the learning needs of a huge percentage of its stude
Your smart kid is making it harder for my kid to learn
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 days ago
system essentially ignores the learning needs of a huge percentage of its students,” found the report conducted by the Johns Hopkins University Institute for Education Policy. “Millions of American K-12 students are performing above grade... Read more
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Pakistan News Tribune
Sanctioning Pakistan,declaring it a state sponsor of terrorism could backfire: US Law makershow such actions would make America’s strategic predicament better,” said one o
Sanctioning Pakistan,declaring it a state sponsor of terrorism could backfire: US Law makers
Pakistan News Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
how such actions would make America’s strategic predicament better,” said one of the witnesses, Prof Daniel Markey of the Johns Hopkins University. “They would need to consider the possibility that coercion could backfire, raising tensions... Read more
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New Kerala
US lawmakers warned that sanctioning Pak can backfire - newkerala.com #117537such actions would make America's strategic predicament better, " Dawn quoted o
US lawmakers warned that sanctioning Pak can backfire - newkerala.com #117537
New Kerala / Posted 17 days ago
such actions would make America's strategic predicament better, " Dawn quoted one of the witnesses, Prof. Daniel Markey of the Johns Hopkins University as saying. He added that Islamabad would need to consider the possibility that coercion could... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
William H. Scarborough, Navy veteran and driver's education teacher, dieslaugh. The group hitchhiked their way back from Delaware to Baltimore he said.
William H. Scarborough, Navy veteran and driver's education teacher, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 days ago
laugh. The group hitchhiked their way back from Delaware to Baltimore he said. After high school, Mr. Scarborough attended the Johns Hopkins University before enlisting in the U.S. Navy. Mr. Scarborough was an electrician's mate with the rank of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Roberta L. Babbitt, Pikesville behavioral science expert, diesdevelopmental disabilities and behavioral pediatrics at Kennedy Krieger, and al
Dr. Roberta L. Babbitt, Pikesville behavioral science expert, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 days ago
developmental disabilities and behavioral pediatrics at Kennedy Krieger, and also worked in the department of pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Babbitt joined the staff of Kennedy Krieger's department for community... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Frostburg reaches agreement with U.S. Education Department to address sexual assaults, harassmentthan 200 colleges nationwide are under investigation for their response to alle
Frostburg reaches agreement with U.S. Education Department to address sexual assaults, harassment
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
than 200 colleges nationwide are under investigation for their response to allegations of sexual violence, including the Johns Hopkins University, Morgan State University, Mount St. Mary's University, St. Mary's College of Maryland and the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Charles D. Flagle, Hopkins professor emeritus, diesCorp. in Philadelphia. He worked on jet engine controls for the Army after earn
Charles D. Flagle, Hopkins professor emeritus, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
Corp. in Philadelphia. He worked on jet engine controls for the Army after earning a bachelor's degree in engineering from the Johns Hopkins University. He later earned a master's degree and a doctorate in engineering, also from Johns Hopkins. In... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Triptolide molecule can turn into 'cruise missile' against cancerpulling the toxic triptolide inside. Credit: Johns Hopkins Medicine Now, that
Triptolide molecule can turn into 'cruise missile' against cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
pulling the toxic triptolide inside. Credit: Johns Hopkins Medicine Now, that chemical biologist and his colleagues at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine report that tests of triptolide in human cells and mice are vastly improved... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Paynesville City On Steady Path to 100 Resilient Cities Staturecity. Madam Agbor-Tabi, a graduate with Master's in Public Health with a conce
Paynesville City On Steady Path to 100 Resilient Cities Stature
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
city. Madam Agbor-Tabi, a graduate with Master's in Public Health with a concentration in health policy and finance from the Johns Hopkins University-Bloomberg School of Public Health has an extensive background in public health, policy planning,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Sugar transforms a traditional Chinese medicine into a cruise missilebefore that billboard ad, and it could stop cells from multiplying. Now, that
Sugar transforms a traditional Chinese medicine into a cruise missile
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
before that billboard ad, and it could stop cells from multiplying. Now, that chemical biologist and his colleagues at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine report that tests of triptolide in human cells and mice are vastly improved... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
School districts in central Maryland had slightly higher than average rates of absenteeismby Attendance Works, a national and state initiative that promotes improved sch
School districts in central Maryland had slightly higher than average rates of absenteeism
Baltimore Sun / Posted 21 days ago
by Attendance Works, a national and state initiative that promotes improved school attendance polices and practices, and the Johns Hopkins University School of Education's Everyone Graduates Center. "What we found was that it is both widespread... Read more
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Island Packet
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfortstick to the traditional procedure, said Dr. Karen Horton, chair and professor
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort
Island Packet / Posted 22 days ago
stick to the traditional procedure, said Dr. Karen Horton, chair and professor of radiology and radiological science at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Virtual colonoscopy “is really for the screening of average-risk patients,”... Read more
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The News & Observer
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfortstick to the traditional procedure, said Dr. Karen Horton, chair and professor
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort
The News & Observer / Posted 22 days ago
stick to the traditional procedure, said Dr. Karen Horton, chair and professor of radiology and radiological science at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Virtual colonoscopy “is really for the screening of average-risk patients,”... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfortstick to the traditional procedure, said Dr. Karen Horton, chair and professor
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 22 days ago
stick to the traditional procedure, said Dr. Karen Horton, chair and professor of radiology and radiological science at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Virtual colonoscopy “is really for the screening of average-risk patients,”... Read more
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