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Daily Mail
One in three US antibiotic prescriptions 'unnecessary:' studypoint.' Two strategies are needed to curb antibiotic overuse, added the editor
One in three US antibiotic prescriptions 'unnecessary:' study
Daily Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
point.' Two strategies are needed to curb antibiotic overuse, added the editorial by Pranita Tamma and Sara Cosgrove of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. They include educating patients about the role of antibiotics and 'changing... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
One in three US antibiotic prescriptions 'unnecessary:' studypoint." Two strategies are needed to curb antibiotic overuse, added the editor
One in three US antibiotic prescriptions 'unnecessary:' study
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 6 hours ago
point." Two strategies are needed to curb antibiotic overuse, added the editorial by Pranita Tamma and Sara Cosgrove of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. They include educating patients about the role of antibiotics and "changing... Read more
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Boise Weekly
Study: One in Three Antibiotic Prescriptions 'Unnecessary'point." Two strategies are needed to curb antibiotic overuse, added the editor
Study: One in Three Antibiotic Prescriptions 'Unnecessary'
Boise Weekly / Posted 8 hours ago
point." Two strategies are needed to curb antibiotic overuse, added the editorial by Pranita Tamma and Sara Cosgrove of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. They include educating patients about the role of antibiotics and "changing... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
As yearbooks die, colleges lose a link to the pastFor 126 years, the annual yearbook of the Johns Hopkins University — called, at
As yearbooks die, colleges lose a link to the past
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
For 126 years, the annual yearbook of the Johns Hopkins University — called, at different times, the Debutante, the Hopkinsian and, most enduringly, the Hullabaloo — has documented a range of life on campus and beyond: the great tug-of-war team of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland seeks federal OK to speed ex-inmates' Medicaid accessthe red tape that is involved to help people get medical assistance," said Rosa
Maryland seeks federal OK to speed ex-inmates' Medicaid access
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
the red tape that is involved to help people get medical assistance," said Rosalyn Stewart, an associate professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medical who works with ex-inmates. "What can happen if you don't have coverage is,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
As yearbooks die, colleges lose a link to the pastFor 126 years, the annual yearbook of the Johns Hopkins University — called, at
As yearbooks die, colleges lose a link to the past
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
For 126 years, the annual yearbook of the Johns Hopkins University — called, at different times, the Debutante, the Hopkinsian and, most enduringly, the Hullabaloo — has documented a range of life on campus and beyond: The great tug-of-war team of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hopkins associated firm plans Zika vaccine trials this fallLLC was formed last December by Dr. J. Thomas August, professor of pharmacology
Hopkins associated firm plans Zika vaccine trials this fall
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
LLC was formed last December by Dr. J. Thomas August, professor of pharmacology and molecular sciences and oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology, and is supported by research... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Venezuela, That Sinking FeelingAuthored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitt
Venezuela, That Sinking Feeling
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Authored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitter @Steve_Hanke. Venezuela has been burdened by government corruption and incompetence for years. For an excellent primer, which documents these endemic problems in the... Read more
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PhysOrg
NASA research gives new insights into how the moon got 'inked'Berkeley; and one in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets on November 2
NASA research gives new insights into how the moon got 'inked'
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Berkeley; and one in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets on November 25, 2015 by lead author Michael Zimmerman of The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland. New observations from LRO appear to provide... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Immunisation Costs to Spike As Donors Shrink Supportcannot sustain their programmes, then none would ever take up this crucial resp
Immunisation Costs to Spike As Donors Shrink Support
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
cannot sustain their programmes, then none would ever take up this crucial responsibility," he says. A study published by the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health indicates that for every shilling spent on vaccines, a country gains... Read more
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New Kerala
NASA research gives new insights into how the Moon got 'Inked' - newkerala.com #56761Berkeley; and one in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets on November 2
NASA research gives new insights into how the Moon got 'Inked' - newkerala.com #56761
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
Berkeley; and one in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets on November 25, 2015 by lead author Michael Zimmerman of The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland. New observations from LRO appear to provide... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
Study Warns Of Danger African American Hairstyles Poseis a cornerstone of self-esteem and identity for many people,” said Crystal Agu
Study Warns Of Danger African American Hairstyles Pose
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 4 days ago
is a cornerstone of self-esteem and identity for many people,” said Crystal Aguh, MD, assistant professor of dermatology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, “but ironically, some hairstyles meant to improve our self-confidence... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Ritz Chamber Players fundraising Hat Luncheon will take place Saturdayat the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. Patterson, who trained to be a classica
Ritz Chamber Players fundraising Hat Luncheon will take place Saturday
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 4 days ago
at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. Patterson, who trained to be a classical clarinetist at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, said he was bothered early in his career that he was usually the only black person in the... Read more
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The Washington Times
ELIN SULEYMANOV: Tracing the modern Silk RoadANALYSIS/OPINION: This week the Johns Hopkins University in Washington is host
ELIN SULEYMANOV: Tracing the modern Silk Road
The Washington Times / Posted 5 days ago
ANALYSIS/OPINION: This week the Johns Hopkins University in Washington is hosting a major regional conference on the historic Silk Road. The “Trans-Caspian East-West Trade & Transit Corridor” event co-hosted by the embassies of Azerbaijan, Georgia,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Seasonal allergies drive some Baltimore-area residents to alternative remediesdirector of the Asthma Sinus Allergy Program at Greater Baltimore Medical Cente
Seasonal allergies drive some Baltimore-area residents to alternative remedies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
director of the Asthma Sinus Allergy Program at Greater Baltimore Medical Center and an assistant professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University, said herbal remedies and other alternative allergy treatments aren't reliable. Aside from the... Read more
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The Advocate
Scouts, Hospice of BR, Teach for America, others losing Capital Area United Way funding; 100 Black Men, 17 others addedof their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. So
Scouts, Hospice of BR, Teach for America, others losing Capital Area United Way funding; 100 Black Men, 17 others added
The Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
of their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. Some of the new programs in education include the Johns Hopkins University EBR Diplomas Now program, BREC’s Youth 360 After School Program and 100 Black Men’s Mentoring... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Small levels of air pollution may lead to premature birthleaving their newborns at risk for life-long neurological and respiratory disor
Small levels of air pollution may lead to premature birth
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
leaving their newborns at risk for life-long neurological and respiratory disorders, according to new research from the Johns Hopkins University. The researchers from the Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health said they have known for... Read more
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The Advocate
Scouts, Hospice of BR, Teach for America, others losing Capital Area United Way funding; 100 Black Men among 18 addedof their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. So
Scouts, Hospice of BR, Teach for America, others losing Capital Area United Way funding; 100 Black Men among 18 added
The Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
of their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. Some of the new programs in education include the Johns Hopkins University EBR Diplomas Now program, BREC’s Youth 360 After School Program and 100 Black Men’s Mentoring... Read more
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National Post
Story | Business Wire News Releases | News | Financial Poststudies on neuronal organelles and the trafficking of neurotransmitter receptor
Story | Business Wire News Releases | News | Financial Post
National Post / Posted 6 days ago
studies on neuronal organelles and the trafficking of neurotransmitter receptors. He holds M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and has authored more than 100 scientific papers. Contacts MEDIA... Read more
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The Advocate
Scouts, Hospice of BR, Teach for America among 11 agencies losing Capital Area United Way funding; others addedof their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. So
Scouts, Hospice of BR, Teach for America among 11 agencies losing Capital Area United Way funding; others added
The Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
of their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. Some of the new programs in education include the Johns Hopkins University EBR Diplomas Now program, BREC’s Youth 360 After School Program and 100 Black Men’s Mentoring... Read more
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Business Wire
Biogen Appoints Michael Ehlers Executive Vice President, Research and DevelopmentMedical Center, where he pioneered studies on neuronal organelles and the traff
Biogen Appoints Michael Ehlers Executive Vice President, Research and Development
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
Medical Center, where he pioneered studies on neuronal organelles and the trafficking of neurotransmitter receptors. He holds M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and has authored more than 100 scientific pape... Read more
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Lowell Sun
New CEO named at Lowell Community Health CenterThe health center's board has named Susan West Levine to the top position. She
New CEO named at Lowell Community Health Center
Lowell Sun / Posted 6 days ago
The health center's board has named Susan West Levine to the top position. She currently serves as chief of staff to the Johns Hopkins University provost, where she recently helped launch a faculty diversity initiative. "I am absolutely... Read more
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The Advocate
Capital Area United Way refocuses priorities, uses competitive process to decide who gets fundsof their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. So
Capital Area United Way refocuses priorities, uses competitive process to decide who gets funds
The Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
of their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. Some of the new programs in education include the Johns Hopkins University EBR Diplomas Now program, BREC’s Youth 360 After School Program and 100 Black Men’s Mentoring... Read more
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The Advocate
Capital Area United Way refocuses priorities, uses competitive process to decide who gets fundsof their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. So
Capital Area United Way refocuses priorities, uses competitive process to decide who gets funds
The Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
of their main focuses: education, income stability, health and basic needs. Some of the new programs in education include the Johns Hopkins University EBR Diplomas Now program, BREC’s Youth 360 After School Program and 100 Black Men’s Mentoring... Read more
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The Daily Record
Dr. Jenene Washington | BALTIMORE MEDICAL SYSTEMmagna cum laude from Spelman College, earning a Bachelor of Science in chemistr
Dr. Jenene Washington | BALTIMORE MEDICAL SYSTEM
The Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
magna cum laude from Spelman College, earning a Bachelor of Science in chemistry, an M.D. from the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine and an MBA in medical services management from the Johns Hopkins University, Carey Busine... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Lowell health center hires Johns Hopkins administrator as new directorThe health center's board has chosen Susan West Levine to the top position. She
Lowell health center hires Johns Hopkins administrator as new director
Lowell Sun / Posted 7 days ago
The health center's board has chosen Susan West Levine to the top position. She currently serves as chief of staff to the Johns Hopkins University provost, where she works to improve the undergraduate experience. But Levine also has experience... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study finds no increase in food-specific IgE levels linked to food allergiesgrown by at least 50 percent," says senior study author Corinne A. Keet, M.D.,
New study finds no increase in food-specific IgE levels linked to food allergies
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 days ago
grown by at least 50 percent," says senior study author Corinne A. Keet, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "Today, we think about 5 percent of children in the Unites States have a... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Lab-grown mini-brains shed light on health crisis posed by Zika virus in fetal brainsmajor public health crisis posed by Zika infections," says Hongjun Song, Ph.D.,
Lab-grown mini-brains shed light on health crisis posed by Zika virus in fetal brains
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
major public health crisis posed by Zika infections," says Hongjun Song, Ph.D., professor of neurology and neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's Institute for Cell Engineering. "This more realistic, 3-D model confirms... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Why the Saudi Princes are PanickedAuthored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitt
Why the Saudi Princes are Panicked
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 days ago
Authored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitter @Steve_Hanke. The Saudi deputy crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, recently pulled the plug on an output freeze deal that was scheduled to have been signed by oil... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Casey Foundation report: Incarceration of parents hurts children and familieschildhood experience. Organizers plan to bring together residents, community l
Casey Foundation report: Incarceration of parents hurts children and families
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
childhood experience. Organizers plan to bring together residents, community leaders and others to discuss solutions. The Johns Hopkins University Urban Health Institute is scheduled to present research on parental incarceration and its... Read more
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Medical News Today
Cutting-edge research shows how Zika attacks fetal brainsResearchers from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Maryland re
Cutting-edge research shows how Zika attacks fetal brains
Medical News Today / Posted 8 days ago
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Maryland recently engaged state-of-the-art biological techniques to delve into the mechanisms behind the Zika virus' mode of attack in the fetal brain. A new technique gives fresh... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Charles Counselman, executive at Riggs, Counselman, Michaels and Downes, dieswas born in Baltimore to Charles and Barbara Counselman. He graduated from Moun
Charles Counselman, executive at Riggs, Counselman, Michaels and Downes, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
was born in Baltimore to Charles and Barbara Counselman. He graduated from Mount Saint Joseph High School in 1934 and from The Johns Hopkins University in 1938. He married Catherine Roloson in 1941 and served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and... Read more
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Philly.com
Peter Dobrinperformance from the University of Miami, and received a master's degree in mus
Peter Dobrin
Philly.com / Posted 9 days ago
performance from the University of Miami, and received a master's degree in music criticism from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, where he studied with Elliott Galkin. His work has also appeared in the Baltimore Sun and the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
A year later, what we know — and don't know — about the Mondawmin bus shutdownand service continuity factored into the decision to stop service at the mall,
A year later, what we know — and don't know — about the Mondawmin bus shutdown
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
and service continuity factored into the decision to stop service at the mall, according to a report from the Johns Hopkins University Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response released in December. It also didn't pin the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Richard Woodward, longtime Bel Air fire chief, diesBel Air Volunteer Fire Company and worked at Martin-Marietta. He earned a bache
Richard Woodward, longtime Bel Air fire chief, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company and worked at Martin-Marietta. He earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the Johns Hopkins University after 11 years of night school. In 1968, he began working at Aberdeen Proving Ground in the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Out of jail and uninsured, ex inmates face healthcare challengesfrequently ran out of their medications and did not have access to the care the
Out of jail and uninsured, ex inmates face healthcare challenges
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
frequently ran out of their medications and did not have access to the care they needed," said Stewart, a professor at the Johns Hopkins University medical school. Last year, McHoul, 40, spent two short stays in Baltimore's Women's Detention... Read more
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Boston Globe
Sleep aids carry an array of risks, including next-day hangover effectsimpairs coordination and balance into the next day, especially in older adults,
Sleep aids carry an array of risks, including next-day hangover effects
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
impairs coordination and balance into the next day, especially in older adults,” says Dr. Ariel Green, a geriatrician at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. Even over-the-counter sleep aids — such as Advil PM, Sominex,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mini-brains grown in the lab could help to fight back against Zikathe major public health crisis posed by Zika infections,' said Dr Hongjun Song,
Mini-brains grown in the lab could help to fight back against Zika
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
the major public health crisis posed by Zika infections,' said Dr Hongjun Song, professor of neurology and neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's Institute for Cell Engineering. 'This more realistic, 3-D model confirms... Read more
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Newsmax
Researchers Discover 'Stop Eating' Brain Cells That Cut Food Cravingssignals, our laboratory mice stop eating soon after,” said Richard Huganir, dir
Researchers Discover 'Stop Eating' Brain Cells That Cut Food Cravings
Newsmax / Posted 11 days ago
signals, our laboratory mice stop eating soon after,” said Richard Huganir, director of the Department of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, who helped conduct the study published in the journal Science. “The signals... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hopkins doctor to study impact of electrical brain stimulation on stroke recoveryand other therapies can help stroke victims recover language skills. Dr. Argye
Hopkins doctor to study impact of electrical brain stimulation on stroke recovery
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
and other therapies can help stroke victims recover language skills. Dr. Argye Hillis, a professor of neurology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, will be part of a research team headed by the University of South Carolina... Read more
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Duke University
Dan Kiehart Reappointed as Trinity Dean of Natural Sciencesjoined Duke's School of Medicine in 1992 as an associate professor of cell biol
Dan Kiehart Reappointed as Trinity Dean of Natural Sciences
Duke University / Posted 12 days ago
joined Duke's School of Medicine in 1992 as an associate professor of cell biology after serving on the faculty of both The Johns Hopkins University and Harvard University. He became a professor in the Department of Biology in Trinity College of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Patients who survived life-threatening illness in ICU at increased risk for psychiatric symptomsof risk, such as greater illness severity and longer length of stay,” says Dale
Patients who survived life-threatening illness in ICU at increased risk for psychiatric symptoms
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 days ago
of risk, such as greater illness severity and longer length of stay,” says Dale Needham, M.D., professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. “Given the high co-occurrence of psychiatric symptoms, ARDS survivors... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Howard F. Knipp Jr., architectural firm president, dieshis military service, he studied at Swarthmore College and played on its lacros
Howard F. Knipp Jr., architectural firm president, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
his military service, he studied at Swarthmore College and played on its lacrosse team. He earned a bachelor's degree at the Johns Hopkins University. He met his future wife, Eleanor "Bunny" Armistead, on a blind date. They were playing... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Comedian Kurt Braunohler turns to Baltimore for creative inspirationspend much time living in Baltimore, but the city left an indelible mark. As a
Comedian Kurt Braunohler turns to Baltimore for creative inspiration
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 days ago
spend much time living in Baltimore, but the city left an indelible mark. As an English and philosophy double major at the Johns Hopkins University, Braunohler lived on Maryland Avenue, and, with his friends, started a punk organization and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Hamilton’s Good for the Ten-SpotAuthored by Steve H. Hanke of the Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twtte
Hamilton’s Good for the Ten-Spot
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
Authored by Steve H. Hanke of the Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twtter @Steve_Hanke. Alexander Hamilton has always been a political lightning rod. In consequence, his legacy has been subjected to multiple smear campaigns. One began when... Read more
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The Huffington Post
The 6 Everyday Habits That Can Cause Wrinklesdefinitely a genetic component," says Mary Sheu, M.D., a dermatologist and an a
The 6 Everyday Habits That Can Cause Wrinkles
The Huffington Post / Posted 14 days ago
definitely a genetic component," says Mary Sheu, M.D., a dermatologist and an assistant professor of dermatology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. "Part of it is one's ability to continue to generate collagen and elastin,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Extending Life of Surgical Equipmentof Somnus Medical Technologies (now Olympus Medical) and vice president of mark
Extending Life of Surgical Equipment
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
of Somnus Medical Technologies (now Olympus Medical) and vice president of marketing for VidaMed (now Medtronic) and Applied Imaging Corp. He holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BA from the Johns Hopkins U... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Howard County names its Police Officer of the YearYear for the second time on April 13 during its annual awards ceremony at the K
Howard County names its Police Officer of the Year
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
Year for the second time on April 13 during its annual awards ceremony at the Kossiakoff Conference and Education Center at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel. Law enforcement has been a part of Zammillo's life since... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Tech billionaire announces $250 million in cancer immunotherapy fundingfounder Sidney Kimmel and other philanthropists announced a $125 million donati
Tech billionaire announces $250 million in cancer immunotherapy funding
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 16 days ago
founder Sidney Kimmel and other philanthropists announced a $125 million donation for cancer immunotherapy research for the Johns Hopkins University medical school. The new Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy in San Francisco will fund... Read more
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