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2015/07/30 06:08
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Following several years of research and collaboration, physicians and engineers at Johns Hopkins and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center say they have developed a computer platform that...
2015/07/30 06:08
2015/07/30 06:08
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2015/07/29 21:33
2015/07/29 21:33
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Jason Kravitz has been appointed director of strategic communications and senior adviser in the office of the president at The Johns Hopkins University. Kravitz comes to Johns Hopkins from GMMB, a...
2015/07/29 21:33
2015/07/29 21:33
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The historic flyby of Pluto earlier this month not only produced the most detailed images yet of the distant planet, but threw The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, or APL, into the...
2015/07/29 12:27
2015/07/29 12:27
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Earlier this year I was feeling as inflated as a Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon. I know, belly complaints are pretty common—research shows nearly 20 percent of women have chronic constipation...
2015/07/28 22:14
2015/07/28 22:14
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Original food stock shot for Eatocracy Blackberry, Blackberries There are an estimated 76 million cases of food poisoning in the United States every year. A small fraction of these illnesses lead to...
2015/07/28 20:17
2015/07/28 20:17
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KENILWORTH, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Merck (NYSE:MRK), known as MSD outside the United States and Canada, today announced that Pamela J. Craig, retired chief financial officer of Accenture, and Dr. Paul...
2015/07/28 19:12
2015/07/28 19:12
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In a report on the survey, published online in July in the Journal of Internet Medicine Research, the research team says the findings strongly confirm the potential of the devices as a desireable...
2015/07/28 08:08
2015/07/28 08:08
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A Johns Hopkins-led study of outcomes among 1,200 people with implanted defibrillators -- devices intended to prevent sudden cardiac death from abnormal heart rhythms -- shows that within a few years...
2015/07/28 04:49
2015/07/28 04:49
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Scaled Composites Celebrates Historic New Horizons Mission With A Memento From SpaceShipOne The first privately-funded vehicle to reach space and one of the most innovative crafts ever flown is part...
2015/07/26 07:28
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Avoid Popping Pills: Foods That Can Act As Medicine Sunday July 26, 2015 2:58 AMUPDATED: Sunday July 26, 2015 3:06 AM But a small, growing number of physicians are "prescribing" foods not only for...
2015/07/25 14:31
2015/07/25 14:31
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July 23, 2015NASA releases first close-up images of Pluto’s moons Nix and Hydra by Chuck Bednar For the first time, space enthusiasts and astronomy buffs are able to get a good look at two of...
2015/07/24 22:14
2015/07/24 22:14
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After four weeks of engineering immersion, 24 Clark County high schoolers capped off The Johns Hopkins University Engineering Innovation program hosted at Clark State Community College with a...
2015/07/24 21:34
2015/07/24 21:34
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It's the last day of summer camp for these D.C. area teenagers. They took part in a four-week program for budding engineers. They have constructed model bridges out of nothing but uncooked pasta and...
2015/07/24 15:17
2015/07/24 15:17
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As an aspiring filmmaker with a hankering to stay local, Julia Golonka loved what she was seeing on North Avenue. And as Baltimore's Station North Arts District positions itself more and more as a hub...
2015/07/24 07:05
2015/07/24 07:05
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Two of Pluto's smaller moons Nix and Hydra. Photo: NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI The latest pictures to be beamed back from the far reaches of the solar system show a newly discovered mountain range on Pluto and...
2015/07/24 06:08
2015/07/24 06:08
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The Endocrine Society today announced it has chosen 18 accomplished endocrinologists as winners of the organization's prestigious 2016 Laureate Awards. Established in 1944, the awards recognize the...
2015/07/23 18:33
2015/07/23 18:33
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A new federal grant will help place students in government cybersecurity jobs by paying for their studies at The Johns Hopkins University. The school’s Information Security Institute received a...
2015/07/23 09:08
2015/07/23 09:08
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Chicken, turkey and pork sold in grocery stores harbors disease-causing bacteria known as Klebsiella pneumoniae, according to a new study. The research, which was published online today in the journal...
2015/07/22 08:08
2015/07/22 08:08
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Johns Hopkins study reveals potential of cellphone interventions among diverse inner city pregnant and postpartum women In a survey of a diverse group of almost 250 young, low-income, inner-city...
2015/07/21 16:29
2015/07/21 16:29
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In his opening remarks, the Commandant of Rwanda Military Hospital Col Dr Ben Karenzi urged the youth to remain vigilant for anything that could endanger their health. "Male circumcision does not...
2015/07/30 06:08
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