BECAUSE DIVERSITY!: Johns Hopkins University student government votes to ban Chick-Fil-A from its campus. Because, you know, tasty chicken and the whole belief in God thing is a #microaggression against the LGBTQ community.
The student government at Johns Hopkins University passed a resolution last week banning Chick-Fil-A from campus, saying that allowing the fast food place on campus would be an act of “microagression” against the LGBTQ community and its allies, Yahoo News is reporting. Show More Summary
Fascism doesn't start in a blowsy beer hall led by a man with a ridiculous mustache. Fascism begins on the campuses of elite universities. At Johns Hopkins Universtity, it will wear pink lace panties. At one time, probably before the...Show More Summary
All it takes now is a survey showing people support something you oppose. At least that’s all it took for a huge controversy to brew at Johns Hopkins University. A
Johns Hopkins researchers have found breast milk protects preterm babies against an intestinal disease called necrotizing enterocolitis, thanks to a protein called EGF.
Who's doing the aggressing here? In an 18-8 vote, the Student Government Association at Johns Hopkins voted not to "support the proposal of a Chick-fil-A, in a current or future sense, particularly on any location that is central to student...
Students object to the CEO's stance on gay marriage
The student government "vehemently opposes" the chain's anti-gay marriage views. Johns Hopkins University is saying no thanks to Chick-fil-A. The student government feels the on-campus presence of the Atlanta-based chicken chain would...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Michael Mandelbaum of Johns Hopkins University is a certified member of the foreign policy establishment, and therefore no partisan conservative. He writes lucidly in the latest issue of The American Interest about the fundamental differences between arms control with the Soviet Union during the Cold War and with Iran today. Show More Summary
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health researchers say that while a large majority of newborns are exposed in their earliest days to bisphenol A (BPA), a much-studied chemical used in plastics and in food and soda can linings, they can chemically alter and rid their bodies of it.
A debater from Johns Hopkins came forward at the last minute in 1991 to beat Ted Cruz for the presidency of the American Parliamentary Debate Association.
The immune-boosting properties of breast milk have long been known. Now a team of scientists led by Johns Hopkins pediatric surgeon-in-chief David Hackam, M.D., Ph.D., says experiments in mice reveal how breast milk works to ward off the development of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a devastating intestinal disorder.
Today I went to the 29th Annual Mood Disorders Symposium: Back to the Basics. I somehow have missed the first 28, but this one was really excellent. Let me give you the quick recap: Karen Swartz, MD talked about "Reasons to Still Love...Show More Summary
It was a roar of pride for us when John Hopkins School of Nursing approached us to build an app for preceptor training. Our excitement knew no bounds! This app needed to be a companion app that would work in tandem with the successful online training program run by JHU, […] The post How we built the Preceptor Training App appeared first on Vigyanix.
Dr. Levi Watkins Jr., the first surgeon to successfully implant an automatic defibrillator in a human and a civil rights activist who helped open the doors of John Hopkins University School of Medicine to minority students, has died at the age of 70.
Braced by her partner, Suzanne Tobin shuffled back to her car parked in the cavernous garage at Johns Hopkins Hospital late on the evening of Oct. 22, 2013, distraught about what might happen next.Tobin, then 60, had been driven by her...Show More Summary
A bundled intervention focused on evidence-based infection prevention practices, safety culture and teamwork, and scheduled measurement of infection rates considerably reduced central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs)Show More Summary
In a recent Johns Hopkins study, researchers found that nearly one-quarter of ICU survivors suffer from PTSD. They also identified possible triggers for PTSD and indicated a potential preventive strategy: having patients keep ICU diaries.