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2014/11/21 16:39
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New findings have revealed long unknown details about how carbon deep beneath the Earth's surface is helping diamond formation in the Earth's mantle. The new theoretical model called the "Deep Earth...
2014/11/21 16:39
2014/11/21 16:39
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2014/11/21 16:25
2014/11/21 16:25
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Patients who suffer injuries, infections or mistakes during medical care rarely get an acknowledgment or apology, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine report. Their study...
2014/11/21 16:17
2014/11/21 16:17
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No single issue has caused greater damage to the trust between the United States and its allies than the sweeping revelations of the National Security Agency's global surveillance programs. This story...
2014/11/21 15:44
2014/11/21 15:44
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A new study from Johns Hopkins takes a big step toward answering this and other questions about immunity, shedding light on how the body recognizes enemies on the molecular level -- and how that...
2014/11/21 12:38
2014/11/21 12:38
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Obese people without an overt manifestation of heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels risk of heart failure in the future, with new research suggesting that obesity is an...
2014/11/20 15:51
2014/11/20 15:51
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Modern horses, rhinos and tapirs belong to a biological group, or order, called Perissodactyla. Also known as "odd-toed ungulates," animals in the order have, as their name implies, an uneven number...
2014/11/20 15:51
2014/11/20 15:51
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Hospital epidemiologists and others responsible for public health decisions do not declare the start of flu season lightly, Reich explains. In hospitals, a declaration that flu season has started...
2014/11/20 15:03
2014/11/20 15:03
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Commentary about business and finance. Drug BustFor 30 years, generic medications helped make health care cheaper. Why is their cost surging? Earlier this fall, a gathering of Washington politicians...
2014/11/20 14:31
2014/11/20 14:31
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An international research consortium investigating the functional genome of the mouse have managed to map the creature’s so-called “mission control” centers, and found new clues as to why certain...
2014/11/20 02:29
2014/11/20 02:29
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Photograph courtesy of Marla SanchezTwo Rolling Hills Middle School eighth graders have been recognized as being among the "brightest young students in the world" by the Johns Hopkins University...
2014/11/19 23:17
2014/11/19 23:17
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Dr. Irving J. Taylor, a psychiatrist, researcher and philanthropist who had been medical director and CEO of the old Taylor Manor Hospital in Ellicott City, died Friday at his Pikesville home of a...
2014/11/19 13:08
2014/11/19 13:08
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Patients who receive chemotherapy and radiation after surgery for gastric cancer appear to have better survival rates than those who had surgery followed by only chemotherapy, according to results of...
2014/11/19 12:54
2014/11/19 12:54
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A Palestinian National Initiative-sponsored poster, In memoriam Edward Wadie Said, on the Israeli West Bank wall. Joshua Muravchik is a fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of the Johns Hopkins...
2014/11/19 09:38
2014/11/19 09:38
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NASA's Pluto-bound probe New Horizons spacecraft comes out of hibernation for the last time next month in preparation for a six-month encounter, including a first-ever close flyby of the mysterious...
2014/11/18 16:36
2014/11/18 16:36
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Kathleen Keane, director of the Johns Hopkins University Press, has been elected to the board of trustees of OCLC, a nonprofit, membership, computer library service and research organization. Keane...
2014/11/17 20:58
2014/11/17 20:58
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... minutes 17 seconds ago by TODAY Health- Barbara MantelVegetables hit school lunch trays, but most kids don't bite Offering young children a healthy school lunch doesn't mean they'll eat it. While...
2014/11/17 10:38
2014/11/17 10:38
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People who frequently cook meals at home eat healthier and consume fewer calories than those who cook less, says a study. Those who frequently cooked at home -- six-to-seven nights a week -- also...
2014/11/17 10:38
2014/11/17 10:38
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A lack of trust among community members, front line health workers and the broader health system sparked the widespread Ebola outbreak in West Africa, says a new research. "Had the citizens and their...
2014/11/17 03:45
2014/11/17 03:45
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MANILA, Philippines - Juan Martin Flavier was my best friend in the Senate, and possibly the most honest senator I knew. He was born in Tondo, Manila, but grew up in Baguio. He was a bright student...
2014/11/15 02:17
2014/11/15 02:17
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Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. faltered in the late 1990s after cuts to Medicare and Medicaid drained the business of clients. As federal budget cuts rippled through the system, Omega reeled....
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