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2015/02/28 11:08
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Competition among doctors' offices, urgent care centers and retail medical clinics in wealthy areas of the U.S. often leads to an increase in the number of antibiotic prescriptions written per person,...
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2015/02/27 19:20
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The Pentagon’s research arm tasked with coming up with breakthrough technologies is using an experimental deep web tool to “scoop up” valuable data on the Islamic State terrorist group and its...
2015/02/27 18:07
2015/02/27 18:07
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WASHINGTON: People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may be less likely to get multiple sclerosis, according to international research out Thursday. “Caffeine intake has been associated with...
2015/02/27 08:08
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Continuing its commitment to increase public awareness and understanding of cardiothoracic surgical outcomes, The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) has released the first publicly accessible national...
2015/02/26 23:17
2015/02/26 23:17
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Nineteen stolen cultural treasures — including a 16th-century book that had been purchased at auction by the Johns Hopkins University — were returned to Italy this week by U.S. authorities. The...
2015/02/26 08:08
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Findings are contrary to previous reports Contrary to previous reports, a study led by Johns Hopkins researchers found that patients’ satisfaction scores only modestly improved based on the newly...
2015/02/25 02:17
2015/02/25 02:17
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Some of the nation's top university officials, including the chancellor of the University System of Maryland, are calling on Congress to roll back what they see as a byzantine and ever-expanding...
2015/02/24 20:43
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Their experiments with cells from patients with atypical teratoid/rhabdoid tumor (AT/RT) also found that selumetinib, an experimental anticancer drug currently in clinical trials for other childhood...
2015/02/23 23:17
2015/02/23 23:17
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Eleanor Armistead "Bunny" Knipp, a nature lover, died of complications from dementia Jan. 28 at Broadmead Retirement Community. The former Gibson Island resident was 89. Born Eleanor Bowles Armistead...
2015/02/23 23:17
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Matthew Van Dyke, the native Baltimorean, self-made freedom fighter and film documentarian, emerged from the shadows last week to report his latest adventure with a Tweet: "I am in #Iraq helping to...
2015/02/23 22:17
2015/02/23 22:17
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Valerie A. "Val" Linaburg, controller of Wilkins Rogers Inc., a milling operation, died Friday in her sleep at her Ellicott City home. She was 60. The daughter of Joseph Attenborough, an insurance...
2015/02/23 21:15
2015/02/23 21:15
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BALTIMORE — What can we learn about attention by studying bats and owls? In one corner of the basement of Ames Hall at the Johns Hopkins University, Cynthia Moss opened the door of a room where about...
2015/02/22 17:31
2015/02/22 17:31
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While scientists have known for well over a century which part of the brain is responsible for producing speech, new research published Tuesday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of...
2015/02/21 14:17
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In a time of widespread consolidation and a shrinking number of minority-owned banks, the institution Joseph Haskins Jr. helped found 33 years ago is becoming rarer. Amid more stringent federal...
2015/02/19 20:42
2015/02/19 20:42
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The finding is detailed in the March 2 issue of the journal Current Biology. "We assumed the cleavage furrow was like a finely tuned Swiss watch, in that breaking a key component would bring it to a...
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2015/02/19 13:08
2015/02/19 13:08
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What is happening in the brain of an actor reciting Hamlet's "to be or not to be" soliloquy or of the person next to you at lunch saying, "Please pass the salt"? For 150 years, scientists have known...
2015/02/19 11:33
2015/02/19 11:33
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Her collection may not be part of New York Fashion Week, but when it comes to hazmat suits, Jill Andrews is in the avant-garde. Working with a group of students, engineers, and public health...
2015/02/19 05:41
2015/02/19 05:41
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Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra music director JoAnn Falletta will be on the podium this Saturday, February 21 at 8pm and on Sunday at 2:30pm for a pair of concerts featuring Antonin Dvorak’s beloved...
2015/02/19 05:21
2015/02/19 05:21
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The danger of skipping vaccines Dear Editor: As a political science and public health student at the Johns Hopkins University, I am disheartened by the recent response to the measles outbreak....
2015/02/18 23:31
2015/02/18 23:31
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Exactly 85 years after Clyde Tombaugh’s historic discovery of Pluto, the NASA spacecraft set to encounter the icy dwarf planet this summer is providing its first views of the small moons orbiting...
2015/02/28 11:08
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