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Deb Dunn Talks Saving Transgender Lives And LGBTQ Equality (AUDIO)
Emmy Award Winning Broadcast Journalist
This week I talked with Deb Dunn, Transgender Health Coordinator for the LGBT Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care
How To Deal With Stigmatizing Remarks About Mental Illness
Trump said the Texas shooting was a 'mental health problem.' That's wrong.
Jonathan Ernst / Reuters
We Need More Women Physicians Of Color
President, The Greenlining Institute
We’ll not only have a better health care system, we’ll have a healthier, more equitable society.
We Still Don't Know Much About How Wildfire Smoke Affects Our Health
Little research has been done on this pollution's specific effects.
Stephen Lam / Reuters
Flu Vaccine Fake News That Goes Viral During The Flu Season
Dr. Melvin Sanicas
Vaccinologist, Public Health Physician, Gates Global Health Fe...
Winter is almost here, which means flu season is just around the corner. It also means that anti-flu vaccine misinformation
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Republican Health Care Bills Defy The Party's Own Ideology
The Conversation US
Views from experts in academia, providing fact-based analysis ...
By Christy Ford Chapin, University of Maryland, Baltimore County The Senate’s health care proposal made it clear that Republicans
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America Sees A 'Summer Slide' In Reading Each Year. Five Ways You Can Help Prevent It.
CMO & Deputy COO at Istation. Education | Technology | Empower...
My daughter’s favorite shirt is a fluorescent pink, water-vik tee that reads in bold yellow font, “School’s Out!” She wears
Where Are They Now? Lucrative Lobbying Gigs, Other Jobs Landed By Newly-former Lawmakers
Published by the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics an...
By: Niv Sultan "I think that American people should know that the members of Congress are underpaid," said Rep. Jim Moran
Why Aren't There More Black Teachers? Racial Discrimination Still Plays A Role
“I think this is just another example of how ideas about race and racism, to be frank, are deeply embedded in the schools."
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Weaponizing Social Media
Alan Rosenblatt, Ph.D.
Digital Political Strategist & Researcher
What happens to a country when its figurehead uses social media to undermine reality and truth?
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Two-Thirds Of Cancers Caused By Random Genetic Mistakes
In other words, cancer is usually just plain old bad luck.
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Hearing Loss Is The Silent Killer Of Relationships
And it's only going to get worse!
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Obamacare Insurance Expansion Tied To Faster Emergency Care
“Alleviating this burden is a big deal, because minutes cut down traveling to the hospital can literally make the difference for whether a patient lives or dies.”
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Amputees Can Now Get High-Heeled Prosthetics
Students at Johns Hopkins University have developed a prosthetic foot that can adapt to heels up to four inches high.
Johns Hopkins University Senior Design Team
Johns Hopkins Professor Endangers the Lives of Transgender Youth
Director of Advocacy, SPARTA
This isn't just about academic freedom. It's about the reputation of the institution. It's about the moral obligation to do no harm. And if all of those things are meaningless to Johns Hopkins administration, it's also about liability.
Opening the Front Door to Better Care
Steve Landers MD,MPH
CEO VNA Health Group, Physician, Advocate
Johns Hopkins University Sued By Parents Of Alleged Frat House Rape Victim
BALTIMORE (AP) -- The family of a 16-year-old who says she was sexually assaulted at an off-campus fraternity party is suing
New Policy Institute at Johns Hopkins Will Promote Evidence in Education
Robert E. Slavin
Director of the Center for Research and Reform in Education at...
Adorable Experiment Shows That Babies Learn From Surprises
What I Learned from a College Tour: Visiting Johns Hopkins University
Frank H. Wu
Distinguished Professor, UC Hastings College of the Law
Like most of us, I tend to assume however subconsciously that institutions I have passed through remain more or less preserved in time as in my own memory. I was surprised to see how much has changed since I graduated in 1988.
Jill S. Tietjen
Past President, National Women's Hall of Fame
Harriet Tubman was born a slave on Maryland's Eastern Shore. In 1849, when she was about 30, her owner died. Believing she was going to be sold, she escaped and made her way to Philadelphia.
5 Colleges With Data Breaches Larger Than Sony's in 2014
Kyle writes about politics, tech for good, and business ethics...
According to information from the massive database maintained by Privacy Rights Clearinghouse on data breaches, 30 educational institutions experienced data breaches in 2014. Five of the thirty schools actually had larger data breaches than the notorious Sony Hack.
Man Successfully Controls 2 Prosthetic Arms With Just His Thoughts
Investing in America's Dazzling Scientific Talent
Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr.
Our nation needs to increase its commitment to the intellectual pursuit of scientific discovery - and to the "dazzling" talent in our midst. That's a proven strategy to produce the jobs that Americans want and deserve -- not directly but indirectly.
2 Men Charged With Raping 16-Year-Old Girl At Johns Hopkins Frat
US-Pakistan Relations: An Insight With Vali Nasr
What is Pakistan's problem? Let us come back to that first. Pakistan needs to make its stature clear and work on the common interests which will be of essence be it trading or opening up safe and secure paths to foreign investments.
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