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Nurses and Doctors from Johns Hopkins University and University of Maryland Sign and Send Letter to Sen.
In response to an article published by the Baltimore Sun, organic food advocate Colle Farmers Market praises Johns Hopkins University for accepting the Real Food Challenge. Bohemia,
Johns Hopkins University and TrustNetMD Awarded Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Grant to Tap Community Health Workers’ Knowledge and Experience Using Informatics and Organizational
Senior Home2Home helps families find the appropriate level of care for an elderly loved one. San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) November 01, 2013 According to a
Voices Against Brain Cancer, an organization dedicated to brain cancer research and advocacy, discusses a repurposed FDA-approved drug, discovered by Johns Hopkins researchers, that has halted
Critical Response Systems, a provider of leading-edge, mission-critical communication systems, announced recently that The Johns Hopkins Hospital has become one of the first hospitals in the country
As part of the largest international research effort ever made to combat tuberculosis, a team of Johns Hopkins and Brazilian experts has found that preventive antibiotic therapy for people with HIV lowers this group's chances of developing TB or dying.
It was recently announced that Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital has regained its No. 1 U.S. medical facility ranking for people with life-threatening and rare conditions.
Genomic sequencing experts at Johns Hopkins partnered with pharmacologists at Stony Brook University to reveal a striking mutational signature of upper urinary tract cancers caused by aristolochic acid, a plant compound contained in herbal remedies used for thousands of years to treat a variety of ailments such as arthritis, gout and inflammation.
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