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Zero Hedge
On Hyperinflation HypeAuthored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. The Great Recessio
On Hyperinflation Hype
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 hours ago
Authored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. The Great Recession of 2008-09 brought with it quantitative easing. This, in turn, spawned a cottage industry of books, articles and blog posts about hyperinflation. The burgeoning... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
As fashion week approaches, designers with local ties turn attention to model diversityWhen David Hart set out to cast his fall and winter menswear collection this mo
As fashion week approaches, designers with local ties turn attention to model diversity
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
When David Hart set out to cast his fall and winter menswear collection this month in New York, he knew black models would be key to the show. Hart, a white fashion designer originally from Severna Park, showcased a collection inspired by 1960s jazz... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Johns Hopkins becomes first center in the U.S. to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplantsJohns Hopkins recently received approval from the United Network for Organ Shar
Johns Hopkins becomes first center in the U.S. to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Johns Hopkins recently received approval from the United Network for Organ Sharing to be the first hospital in the U.S. to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants. The institution will be the first in the nation to do an HIV-positive... Read more
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Science Daily
The new health 'desert'? Reliable weight loss programs hard to find"The nutrition and weight loss industry is like the Wild West," says Kimberly G
The new health 'desert'? Reliable weight loss programs hard to find
Science Daily / Posted yesterday
"The nutrition and weight loss industry is like the Wild West," says Kimberly Gudzune, M.D., M.P.H., an assistant professor of medicine and a weight loss specialist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "There is very little oversight,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
William B. Harwood, public relations executive, diesWilliam B. Harwood, a retired public relations executive who had worked for the
William B. Harwood, public relations executive, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
William B. Harwood, a retired public relations executive who had worked for the Associated Press, died Jan. 14 of heart failure at his North Bethesda home. He was 90. The son of Richard Roberts Harwood, an insurance broker, and Willyhyde Harwood, a... Read more
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New Now Next
Johns Hopkins Hospital Approves First HIV-Positive Organ TransplantJohns Hopkins Hospital announced Monday it would perform the first organ transp
Johns Hopkins Hospital Approves First HIV-Positive Organ Transplant
New Now Next / Posted yesterday
Johns Hopkins Hospital announced Monday it would perform the first organ transplant between an HIV-positive donor and recipient, offering new hope to the thousands of HIV-positive patients who die each year due to a previous ban on such... Read more
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The Verge
First US organ transplant from an HIV-positive donor to take place at Johns HopkinsThe first American kidney and liver transplants between people with HIV will be
First US organ transplant from an HIV-positive donor to take place at Johns Hopkins
The Verge / Posted yesterday
The first American kidney and liver transplants between people with HIV will be performed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, The New York Times reports. If successful, scientists will be able to perform more of these transplants, and that... Read more
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examiner.com
The Spa LLC for pampered relaxation in OrlandoOrlando can be an intense tourist destination, and with all the hustle and bust
The Spa LLC for pampered relaxation in Orlando
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
Orlando can be an intense tourist destination, and with all the hustle and bustle, sometimes it's nice to relax. To truly get pampered, visit The Spa, LLC, in downtown Orlando. Centrally located at 2626 Edgewater Drive, it is a hop from the... Read more
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examiner.com
Audiotopsy to rock with Drowning PoolOn Friday, Feb. 12th, Audiotopsy and Drowning Pool will play at the Diesel Conc
Audiotopsy to rock with Drowning Pool
examiner.com / Posted 2 days ago
On Friday, Feb. 12th, Audiotopsy and Drowning Pool will play at the Diesel Concert Lounge in Chesterfield, MI. Audiotopsy is almost Frankenstein-like, being a supergroup with monstrous riffs that commands attention: Skrape lead singer Billy Keeton... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Robert C. Cammarata II, longtime Hopkins professor, diesRobert C. Cammarata II, a professor of materials science and engineering at the
Robert C. Cammarata II, longtime Hopkins professor, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Robert C. Cammarata II, a professor of materials science and engineering at the Johns Hopkins University, who had also served as department chairman, died Jan. 13 of cancer at his Columbia home. He was 58. "Bob was the best colleague I could ever... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplants Published: February 9, 2016 11:00 AM BALTIMORE (AP) -- Johns Hopkins Medicine
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 2 days ago
Published: February 9, 2016 11:00 AM BALTIMORE (AP) -- Johns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perform organ transplants between HIV-positive donors and recipients. The... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Johns Hopkins approved to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplantsDorry Segev, associate professor of surgery at the Johns Hopkins University Sch
Johns Hopkins approved to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 2 days ago
Dorry Segev, associate professor of surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. (CNN) — It could mean the difference between life and death for more than 1,000 people in the United States each year. Doctors at Johns Hopkins... Read more
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FOX News
Johns Hopkins to be first US hospital to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplantsJohns Hopkins Hospital has been approved as the first in the nation to undertak
Johns Hopkins to be first US hospital to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
Johns Hopkins Hospital has been approved as the first in the nation to undertake an HIV-positive kidney transplant and the first in the world to perform an HIV-positive liver transplant, Johns Hopkins University announced on Monday. "This is an... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplantsJohns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perform organ transpla
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
Johns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perform organ transplants between HIV-positive donors and recipients. The hospital announced in a news release Monday that it plans to perform the nation's first kidney transplant between an... Read more
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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplants BALTIMORE (AP) — Johns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to per
Johns Hopkins approved for HIV-positive organ transplants
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
BALTIMORE (AP) — Johns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perform organ transplants between HIV-positive donors and recipients. The hospital announced in a news release... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Johns Hopkins Approved For HIV-positive Organ TransplantsBALTIMORE (AP) — Johns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perfo
Johns Hopkins Approved For HIV-positive Organ Transplants
CBS Baltimore / Posted 3 days ago
BALTIMORE (AP) — Johns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perform organ transplants between HIV-positive donors and recipients. The hospital announced in a news release Monday that it plans to perform the nation’s first kidney... Read more
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The Daily Record
Hopkins APL’s latest Pluto video takes a look at its intriguing moons Though the New Horizons mission's historic spacecraft flyby of Pluto was last
Hopkins APL’s latest Pluto video takes a look at its intriguing moons
The Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
Though the New Horizons mission's historic spacecraft flyby of Pluto was last year, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory are still studying data... Read more
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The Daily Record
Hopkins APL’s latest Pluto video takes a look at its intriguing moonsThough the New Horizons mission’s historic spacecraft flyby of Pluto was last y
Hopkins APL’s latest Pluto video takes a look at its intriguing moons
The Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
Though the New Horizons mission’s historic spacecraft flyby of Pluto was last year, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory are still studying data sent back from the distant dwarf planet. Amy Shira Teitel of the New... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Fast antidepressant may better treat depressionNew York: A compound already proven nontoxicand nonaddictive for people may eff
Fast antidepressant may better treat depression
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
New York: A compound already proven nontoxicand nonaddictive for people may effectively and rapidly treat depression, according to a new study conducted by a team of neuroscientists, including one of Indian-origin. The results of a study in mice by... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
NSA reorganization to combine offense, defenseThe National Security Agency is about to launch its most ambitious reorganizati
NSA reorganization to combine offense, defense
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
The National Security Agency is about to launch its most ambitious reorganization in years, bringing together teams charged with gathering intelligence around the world with those tasked with defending U.S. secrets. The plan, which the agency calls... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists identify potential marker for recurring HPV-positive oropharyngeal cancerA look-back analysis of HPV infection antibodies in patients treated for oropha
Scientists identify potential marker for recurring HPV-positive oropharyngeal cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
A look-back analysis of HPV infection antibodies in patients treated for oropharyngeal (mouth and throat) cancers linked to HPV infection suggests at least one of the antibodies could be useful in identifying those at risk for a recurrence of the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
A 21st century BaltimoreBaltimore voters will choose a new mayor this fall. The decision will go a long
A 21st century Baltimore
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Baltimore voters will choose a new mayor this fall. The decision will go a long way toward defining the next chapter in the city's decades-long struggle to stem its decline and ultimately reverse its fortunes. Right now, the obvious immediate... Read more
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dna
World Cancer Day: Study claims cancer cells travel together to forge 'successful' metastases | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & AnalysisA new study claims that its is rare for cancer cells to form metastatic tumours
World Cancer Day: Study claims cancer cells travel together to forge 'successful' metastases | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis
dna / Posted 7 days ago
A new study claims that its is rare for cancer cells to form metastatic tumours on their own, as they prefer to travel in groups to increase "their collective chance of survival." Researchers at Johns Hopkins claim the difference between travelling... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Cocaine catalyzes death of brain cellsCocaine causes brain cells to destroy themselves at a damaging rate. Researche
Cocaine catalyzes death of brain cells
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 7 days ago
Cocaine causes brain cells to destroy themselves at a damaging rate. Researchers in the Department of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have found that high doses of cocaine in mice kill brain cells by way of overactive... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
APL tests a new Modular Prosthetic LimbThe APL’s device can improve the daily lives of people with prosthetics The Mo
APL tests a new Modular Prosthetic Limb
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 7 days ago
The APL’s device can improve the daily lives of people with prosthetics The Modular Prosthetic Limb, developed by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (APL), has achieved new levels of operability thanks to a pioneering surgical... Read more
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Everett Herald
President Obama to American Muslims: ‘You fit in here'BALTIMORE — President Barack Obama, speaking in Baltimore County during his fir
President Obama to American Muslims: ‘You fit in here'
Everett Herald / Posted 8 days ago
BALTIMORE — President Barack Obama, speaking in Baltimore County during his first visit to a U.S. mosque, urged voters to reject the “inexcusable political rhetoric” he said is emanating from the presidential campaign trail as he called on Americans... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
O'Malley felt the Bern more than anyoneMartin O'Malley and Marco Rubio have something in common: They both finished th
O'Malley felt the Bern more than anyone
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Martin O'Malley and Marco Rubio have something in common: They both finished third in Iowa. Of course, Rubio came within inches of Donald Trump on the Republican side while O'Malley's quest for the Democratic presidential nomination ended at virtual... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
President Obama makes first visit of his presidency to U.S. mosquePresident Barack Obama is meeting with Muslim-American leaders from around the
President Obama makes first visit of his presidency to U.S. mosque
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
President Barack Obama is meeting with Muslim-American leaders from around the country as he pays his first visit to a mosque in the United States. Obama will meet with Muslim community leaders at the Islamic Society of Baltimore and deliver... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
President Obama arrives at Maryland mosquePresident Barack Obama arrived in Baltimore County on Wednesday to make his fir
President Obama arrives at Maryland mosque
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
President Barack Obama arrived in Baltimore County on Wednesday to make his first visit to a U.S. mosque at a time when Muslims have found themselves the target of fiery rhetoric on the campaign trail and violence in some parts of the country. Obama... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Mosque to host Obama grew from tiny gathering to influential congregationWhen President Barack Obama steps shoeless into the prayer room at the Islamic
Mosque to host Obama grew from tiny gathering to influential congregation
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
When President Barack Obama steps shoeless into the prayer room at the Islamic Society of Baltimore on Wednesday, he'll be entering a mosque that began as a small Sunday gathering at the Johns Hopkins University but is now one of the largest and most... Read more
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Daily Mail
The best way to get over a heart attack? Do more exerciseThe best way to get over a heart attack? Do MORE exercise Study involved 2,000
The best way to get over a heart attack? Do more exercise
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
The best way to get over a heart attack? Do MORE exercise Study involved 2,000 patients who had stress tests before a heart attack Researchers looked at their fitness scores from earlier treadmill test Those who were fittest were 40% more likely... Read more
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Senior Journal
Most fit seniors reduce risk of death after first heart attack Being fit also may reduce risk of heart attacks and death from all causes Fe
Most fit seniors reduce risk of death after first heart attack
Senior Journal / Posted 10 days ago
Being fit also may reduce risk of heart attacks and death from all causes Feb. 1, 2016 – A study of seniors – men and women with an average age of 62 – concludes that those with higher... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State response to Baltimore unrest hampered by inexperience and confusion, report findsThe state's handling of the civil unrest in Baltimore last spring was hampered
State response to Baltimore unrest hampered by inexperience and confusion, report finds
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
The state's handling of the civil unrest in Baltimore last spring was hampered by the inexperience of emergency managers and resulted in slow payment to vendors and the reliance on inaccurate information, according to a new state report. In some... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Higher aerobic fitness levels may improve chances of survival after first heart attackPeople who are fit are more likely to survive their first heart attack, accordi
Higher aerobic fitness levels may improve chances of survival after first heart attack
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
People who are fit are more likely to survive their first heart attack, according to a study of nearly 70,000 patients of Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. The results of the study by Henry Ford and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine will... Read more
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express
Exercise could help you SURVIVE a first heart attack AN EXCITING study has revealed a potential key factor in heart attack surviva
Exercise could help you SURVIVE a first heart attack
express / Posted 10 days ago
AN EXCITING study has revealed a potential key factor in heart attack survival. Exercise: Being fit could help you survive your first heart attack People who are aerobically fit are more likely... Read more
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Science Daily
Insect growth regulator wears a second hat: Infection fighter"It turns out that, like some other signaling pathways important in development
Insect growth regulator wears a second hat: Infection fighter
Science Daily / Posted 11 days ago
"It turns out that, like some other signaling pathways important in development, Hippo also has a job to do later in an animal's life," says Duojia Pan, Ph.D., a professor of molecular biology and genetics at the Johns Hopkins University School of... Read more
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The Christian Post
Pop Quiz: Hillary Clinton or Extremist Rightwing Republican?U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks about the Global Health Initiati
Pop Quiz: Hillary Clinton or Extremist Rightwing Republican?
The Christian Post / Posted 11 days ago
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks about the Global Health Initiative at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, August 16, 2010. Hello Democratic Caucus and Primary voters! Before you cast... Read more
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Daily Press
Obama to visit Baltimore County mosquePresident Barack Obama will visit a mosque in Baltimore County on Wednesday ami
Obama to visit Baltimore County mosque
Daily Press / Posted 11 days ago
President Barack Obama will visit a mosque in Baltimore County on Wednesday amid growing concern about hostility directed toward Muslim Americans. It will be Obama's first visit to an American mosque as president. Obama will deliver remarks at the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Obama to visit Baltimore County mosquePresident Barack Obama will visit a mosque in Baltimore County next week amid g
Obama to visit Baltimore County mosque
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
President Barack Obama will visit a mosque in Baltimore County next week amid growing concern about hostility directed toward Muslim Americans. It will be Obama's first visit to an American mosque as president. Obama will deliver remarks on... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Obama to visit Baltimore County mosquePresident Barack Obama will visit a mosque in Baltimore County next week amid g
Obama to visit Baltimore County mosque
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
President Barack Obama will visit a mosque in Baltimore County next week amid growing concern about hostility directed toward Muslim Americans. It will be Obama's first visit to a U.S. mosque as president. Obama will deliver remarks on Wednesday at... Read more
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Psych Central
Mix-Up Training to Learn Skills FasterResearchers have found that making slight changes during repeat practice sessio
Mix-Up Training to Learn Skills Faster
Psych Central / Posted 13 days ago
Researchers have found that making slight changes during repeat practice sessions may help people master a skill faster than practicing the task in precisely the same way. In a new study, Johns Hopkins researchers followed 86 healthy volunteers as... Read more
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FOX News
Father’s sperm may point to child’s autism risk, study findsWhile some research suggests that autism contains a genetic link, most instance
Father’s sperm may point to child’s autism risk, study finds
FOX News / Posted 13 days ago
While some research suggests that autism contains a genetic link, most instances of the disorder remain unexplained. But now, researchers at Johns Hopkins University say predicting whether a child will develop autism may be as simple as testing... Read more
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Calcutta News
How app helped rural Indian women use modern contraceptives Washington, Jan 29 (IANS) A unique smartphone app developed by an Indian-Amer
How app helped rural Indian women use modern contraceptives
Calcutta News / Posted 13 days ago
Washington, Jan 29 (IANS) A unique smartphone app developed by an Indian-American researcher from the Johns Hopkins University has helped married rural women in India better understand... Read more
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New Kerala
How app helped rural Indian women use modern contraceptivesWashington, Jan 29 : A unique smartphone app developed by an Indian-American re
How app helped rural Indian women use modern contraceptives
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
Washington, Jan 29 : A unique smartphone app developed by an Indian-American researcher from the Johns Hopkins University has helped married rural women in India better understand contraceptive choices, leading to a dramatic increase in women using... Read more
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Science Daily
Want to learn a new skill? Faster? Change up your practice sessionsIn a study of 86 healthy volunteers asked to learn a computer-based motor skill
Want to learn a new skill? Faster? Change up your practice sessions
Science Daily / Posted 14 days ago
In a study of 86 healthy volunteers asked to learn a computer-based motor skill, those who quickly adjusted to a modified practice session the second time around performed better than when repeating their original task, the researchers found. The... Read more
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PhysOrg
Insect growth regulator wears a second hat: Infection fighterThe Hippo pathway helps fight off the body's would-be invaders. Credit: © I-Hsu
Insect growth regulator wears a second hat: Infection fighter
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
The Hippo pathway helps fight off the body's would-be invaders. Credit: © I-Hsun Wu 2016 During an animal's embryonic development, a chemical chain reaction known as Hippo directs organs to grow to just the right size and no larger. Now Johns Hopkins... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. James C. Walker, former Johns Hopkins physics professor, diesJames Calvin "Cal" Walker, a retired Johns Hopkins physics professor and former
Dr. James C. Walker, former Johns Hopkins physics professor, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
James Calvin "Cal" Walker, a retired Johns Hopkins physics professor and former department chair, died of congestive heart failure Jan. 15 at Roland Park Place. The Tuscany-Canterbury resident was 80. Born in Mooresville, N.C, he was the son of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Good deeds abound during blizzard, aftermath in BaltimoreThe record snowstorm that hit the Baltimore area over the weekend may have been
Good deeds abound during blizzard, aftermath in Baltimore
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
The record snowstorm that hit the Baltimore area over the weekend may have been enough to close offices and schools and halt traffic, but the community spirit wasn't stopped that easily. Many Baltimoreans and Marylanders took to the streets to help... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Johns Hopkins 'The Golden Years' to feature eight health lecturesCommercials aimed at older people quite often show smiling, physically active s
Johns Hopkins 'The Golden Years' to feature eight health lectures
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
Commercials aimed at older people quite often show smiling, physically active seniors with a zest for life. While that depiction is realistic for some older adults, it is just a fantasy for some. Dr. Susan W. Lehmann, clinical director of geriatric... Read more
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Business Wire
Virginia Bio Welcomes New Members to its Board of DirectorsRICHMOND, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Virginia Bio, the premier statewide non-profit
Virginia Bio Welcomes New Members to its Board of Directors
Business Wire / Posted 21 days ago
RICHMOND, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Virginia Bio, the premier statewide non-profit association representing life science industry in the Commonwealth of Virginia, elected five new members to their Board of Directors for a term of three years. The... Read more
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