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Daily Mirror
North Korea 'building biggest submarine yet' which could fire nuclear missilesconcern" over feared plans for a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) dr
Daily Mirror / Posted an hour ago
concern" over feared plans for a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) drill. Writing on the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University's 38 North blog, Joseph S. Bermudez Jr told the pictures were taken from September 21.Read More He... Read more
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asianage
Men who have performed oral sex on more than 5 partners have high risk of cancersex on more that five partners have a high risk of developing neck and head can
asianage / Posted 2 hours ago
sex on more that five partners have a high risk of developing neck and head cancer related to HPV, Daily Mail reported. Johns Hopkins researchers warn men may not be aware of this risk, particularly if they smoke. "Among men who did not smoke,... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Oral sex increases men's risk of cancer, new study findsJohns Hopkins researchers warn men may not be aware of this risk, particularly
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
Johns Hopkins researchers warn men may not be aware of this risk, particularly if they smoke. "Among men who did not smoke, cancer-causing oral HPV was rare among everyone who had less than five oral sex partners, although the chances of having oral... Read more
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Perth Now
Oral sex raises men's risk of neck canceris predicted to overtake cervical cancer by 2020, making screening for at risk
Perth Now / Posted 5 hours ago
is predicted to overtake cervical cancer by 2020, making screening for at risk patients important, says Dr Amber D'Souza at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and one of the authors of the study. "It would be useful to be able to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Oral sex raises men's risk of neck canceris predicted to overtake cervical cancer by 2020, making screening for at risk
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
is predicted to overtake cervical cancer by 2020, making screening for at risk patients important, says Dr Amber D'Souza at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and one of the authors of the study. "It would be useful to be able to... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Researchers work to extend viability of organ transplantsoutside the body. A trio of engineering and transplant experts from the Univer
SaukValley.com / Posted 8 hours ago
outside the body. A trio of engineering and transplant experts from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Johns Hopkins University are leading an effort to extend that time and possibly transform the science of... Read more
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New York Post
Oral sex can cause mouth and throat cancer: studyis predicted to overtake cervical cancer by 2020, US scientists warned. Associ
New York Post / Posted 8 hours ago
is predicted to overtake cervical cancer by 2020, US scientists warned. Associate Professor Dr. Amber D’Souza at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore said: “For these reasons, it would be useful to be able to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Men who've had oral sex with five people have the highest cancer riskoral sex on 5 or more partners have a far higher risk of head and neck cancer t
Daily Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
oral sex on 5 or more partners have a far higher risk of head and neck cancer than sexually-active women New research by Johns Hopkins has identified a man's risk of contracting cancer-causing oral HPV compared to a woman's They found the risk... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Clearwater Police investigating Mexican girl's injury at Scientology headquarterswould be that uncommon if a parent or somebody else in the public didn't feel i
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 10 hours ago
would be that uncommon if a parent or somebody else in the public didn't feel it needed 911." She was then transported to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, where she remained Thursday in stable condition, Slaughter said. The... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Perspective: How did marriage become a mark of privilege?distinction in American family life is between people with a bachelor's or not,
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 10 hours ago
distinction in American family life is between people with a bachelor's or not," said Andrew Cherlin, a sociologist at Johns Hopkins and author of Labor's Love Lost: The Rise and Fall of the Working-Class Family in America. Just over half of... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Men who perform oral sex on their partners at risk of mouth and throat cancerof contracting a cancer triggered by the human papilloma virus (HPV) (Image: Ey
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 hours ago
of contracting a cancer triggered by the human papilloma virus (HPV) (Image: EyeEm) Associate Professor Amber D'Souza, of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the US, said: "For these reasons, it would be useful to be able to... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Desperate Quest For Herpes Cure Launched ‘Rogue’ Trial - Desperate Quest For Herpes Cure Launched ‘Rogue’ Trial Marisa Taylor Kaiser Health News As 20 Americans and Brits flew to a Caribbean island for a controversial herpes vaccine trial many of ...the problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an e
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 13 hours ago
the problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an expert on sexually transmitted diseases at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore. “These people are supposed to have rights as human subjects, but now... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
FDA commissioner touts effort to reduce nicotine in cigarettes to Baltimore audienceto quit smoking — reduce nicotine in cigarettes to non-addictive levels. Dr. S
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
to quit smoking — reduce nicotine in cigarettes to non-addictive levels. Dr. Scott Gottlieb, who touted his plan at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Thursday, first announced his intention over the summer. He now faces an... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
To Understand Food Deserts, We Need To Understand Food Systems175 data indicators, adding layers for agriculture demographics, and environmen
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 14 hours ago
175 data indicators, adding layers for agriculture demographics, and environmental indicators. The MFSM is run through Johns Hopkins University’s Center for a Livable Future, whose mission “is to promote research and to develop and communicate... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Letter to the Editor: In response to “Conservatives continue to misunderstand the meaning of free speech” – The Johns Hopkins NewsLionel S. Lewis wrote a book on Lattimore’s situation, titled The Cold War and
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 15 hours ago
Lionel S. Lewis wrote a book on Lattimore’s situation, titled The Cold War and Academic Governance: The Lattimore Case at Johns Hopkins. Thank you for the opportunity to correct this inaccuracy. Jim Stimpert Senior Reference Archivist Special... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Students cannot be apathetic to the APL’s harmful actions – The Johns Hopkins Newspeace activist Philip Berrigan and six other people from the Baltimore Emergenc
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 15 hours ago
peace activist Philip Berrigan and six other people from the Baltimore Emergency Response Network (BERN) protested the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory’s (APL) nuclear weapons program by spreading ashes on the ground to symbolize the... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Singer talks life after lung transplant – The Johns Hopkins NewsU.S. to receive treatment in Baltimore, where she attended and graduated from t
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 15 hours ago
U.S. to receive treatment in Baltimore, where she attended and graduated from the Peabody Institute. “I found a doctor at Johns Hopkins Hospital who was running a trial that I really wanted to be in,” Tillemann-Dick said. “The Peabody thing fell... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Austria’s election results marks a rightward shift – The Johns Hopkins Newsof Austria (FPÖ), a blatantly far-right populist, nationalist and xenophobic pa
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 15 hours ago
of Austria (FPÖ), a blatantly far-right populist, nationalist and xenophobic party. President of European Horizons at Johns Hopkins and Austrian citizen Alexandra Marksteiner said, “The ÖVP and the FPÖ are different from, say, Front Nacional.... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
OMA tackles personal biases through interactive play – The Johns Hopkins Newssustainable.” Baron felt the event made racism and discrimination more visible
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 16 hours ago
sustainable.” Baron felt the event made racism and discrimination more visible to students. “We live in a bubble where Johns Hopkins students are less likely to be facing the kind of difficulties that other people of color outside of this very... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Spooky Times on Main Street [Mostly Main Street]Visit www.Hallowread.com for tickets. There will be an Ellicott City Restorati
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
Visit www.Hallowread.com for tickets. There will be an Ellicott City Restoration Benefit dinner and dance on Nov.18 at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. This event benefits the Historical Society’s Second Quaker Schoolhouse Restoration... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Desperate quest for herpes cure launched ‘rogue’ trialthe problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an e
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 16 hours ago
the problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an expert on sexually transmitted diseases at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore. “These people are supposed to have rights as human subjects, but now... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Desperate quest for herpes cure launched ‘rogue’ trialthe problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an e
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 17 hours ago
the problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an expert on sexually transmitted diseases at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore. “These people are supposed to have rights as human subjects, but now... Read more
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The Daily Record
Christine Buckley20 years of experience and will head the Dyer Kroneberger team’s wealth managem
The Daily Record / Posted 17 hours ago
20 years of experience and will head the Dyer Kroneberger team’s wealth management planning practice. She holds an MBA from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Science in ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to... Read more
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The Daily Record
Christine Buckley20 years of experience and will head the Dyer Kroneberger team’s wealth managem
The Daily Record / Posted 17 hours ago
20 years of experience and will head the Dyer Kroneberger team’s wealth management planning practice. She holds an MBA from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Science in marketing and finance from University of Maryland. Buckley is a member... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
West Virginia childhood adversity tops US averagechildren under 18. Its report cites the Census Bureau's 2016 National Survey o
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 18 hours ago
children under 18. Its report cites the Census Bureau's 2016 National Survey of Children's Health and analysis by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The foundation says the nine experiences contribute to high stress levels... Read more
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Daily Mail
What do Jennifer Aniston and Heidi Montag have in common?with textured implants. Out of the 95 patients whose cases were reviewed in th
Daily Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
with textured implants. Out of the 95 patients whose cases were reviewed in the report, five died. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University in the US had 473 volunteers analyse images of 13 patients before and after having nose jobs. The... Read more
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Ball State Daily News
Dominic’s Politics: Mass shootings are rising, it’s time we fight for regulation and entrust our law enforcementmost fatal mass shootings occur in places where guns are allowed, and people wi
Ball State Daily News / Posted 18 hours ago
most fatal mass shootings occur in places where guns are allowed, and people with guns rarely are able to stop them. The Johns Hopkins group even raised questions about a central argument in the gun-rights movement: that concealed-carry permit... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Desperate quest for herpes cure launched ‘rogue’ trialthe problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an e
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 18 hours ago
the problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an expert on sexually transmitted diseases at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore. “These people are supposed to have rights as human subjects, but now... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Desperate quest for herpes cure launched ‘rogue’ trialthe problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an e
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 18 hours ago
the problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an expert on sexually transmitted diseases at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore. “These people are supposed to have rights as human subjects, but now... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Desperate quest for herpes cure launched ‘rogue’ trialthe problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an e
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 19 hours ago
the problem with the way the trial was conducted,” said Jonathan Zenilman, an expert on sexually transmitted diseases at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore. “These people are supposed to have rights as human subjects, but now... Read more
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NJ.com
Murphy and Guadagno clashed over perils, benefits of legal marijuana. Both were right.a reversal of the upward trend in opioid-related deaths in Colorado," according
NJ.com / Posted 19 hours ago
a reversal of the upward trend in opioid-related deaths in Colorado," according to the article. In 2014, a study by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found a 25 percent decrease in prescription drug overdoses in states with... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Untreated thousands: How a 'cycle of despair' persists for mentally ill on S.I.disorder. Frydman said he is not a drug abuser but does use marijuana -- "medi
Staten Island Advance / Posted 23 hours ago
disorder. Frydman said he is not a drug abuser but does use marijuana -- "medicinally." According to a study conducted by Johns Hopkins Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit, nearly half of individuals seeking treatment for opioid addiction said... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
(Yonhap Interview) U.S., N. Korea should hold high-level talks 'without preconditions': Gallucciwho negotiated a 1994 nuclear freeze deal with the North, currently serves as c
Yonhap News Agency / Posted 23 hours ago
who negotiated a 1994 nuclear freeze deal with the North, currently serves as chairman of the US-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). His visit to South Korea came amid heightened tensions... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
New website will let Maryland consumers compare hospital rates for the first timescope. “We fully support any efforts aimed at providing transparent informatio
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
scope. “We fully support any efforts aimed at providing transparent information to help patients make informed decisions,” Johns Hopkins Hospital spokeswoman Kim Hoppe said in a statement. “We believe that the current site does not yet achieve that... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Right a past wrong by opening access to Druid Hill Parkto improve the health of the surrounding communities and individuals. Daniel H
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
to improve the health of the surrounding communities and individuals. Daniel Hindman (dhindma1@jhmi.edu) is a West Baltimore resident and physician working toward a masters in public health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public... Read more
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Inquirier.net
114 Years of healthcare innovationcloser to realizing our vision, we also received affiliations with other world
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
closer to realizing our vision, we also received affiliations with other world leading institutions namely, Johns Hopkins (in redefining the fields of Neurology and Neurosurgery), Massachusetts General Hospital, and Cleveland Clinic... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
County Connections: SV’s Heath wins again for WavesWaves at the West Coast Conference championships on Oct. 27 in Oakland, Alex C
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Waves at the West Coast Conference championships on Oct. 27 in Oakland, Alex Condotti (Pacific Collegiate School), Johns Hopkins, Jr. >> Took 68th place in 26:14.7 at the 8k Rowan Intern-Regional Invitational event on Saturday. Matthew... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
KRCR TV Redding / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
More than 40 percent of Maryland children experience traumatic eventsor ACEs, were even more widespread with 46 percent of children reporting at lea
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
or ACEs, were even more widespread with 46 percent of children reporting at least one, according to the analysis by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Child & Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative done in collaboration with... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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News 8000
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
News 8000 / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
KTXS Abilene / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
KECI Missoula / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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The Brown Daily Herald
Perla GS discusses undocumented experiencearrival of DACA in 2012, Perla said she not only felt overwhelming relief but a
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
arrival of DACA in 2012, Perla said she not only felt overwhelming relief but also was able to perform clinical research at Johns Hopkins University for two years, an experience that sparked her interest in neurology and neurosurgery. With the... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman Sachscity's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted yesterday
city's economic development arm says the tech firm might be attracted by cheap living, world class universities like Johns Hopkins and easy access to railways, ports, interstates and airports. Port Covington, which boasts 235 acres on the... Read more
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