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Survey Reveals The Way People REALLY Perceive Balding Men

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Matt Lauer and Al Roker may be rocking the smooth-headed look, but other balding men might not fare so well, according to a small new study. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University wanted to see if having a fuller head of hair really can help men look better and more youthful. Show More Summary

LGBT Talking Points 'Not Supported by Scientific Evidence,' Report Finds; How Will Gays Respond?

The internet has been abuzz with headlines declaring, "Almost Everything the Media Tell You About Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Is Wrong," and "Johns Hopkins Shrinks Warn Against Kids Going Transgender."

Men perceived as younger, more attractive after hair transplant for baldness

Does how much hair a man has matter in how he is perceived? The answer is yes, according to a new article published online by JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery. A survey by Lisa E. Ishii, M.D., M.H.S., of Johns Hopkins University School of...Show More Summary

Can 1 cosmic enigma help solve another?

Astrophysicists from the Johns Hopkins University have proposed a clever new way of shedding light on the mystery of dark matter, believed to make up most of the universe. The irony is they want to try to pin down the nature of this unexplained phenomenon by using another, an obscure cosmic emanation known as "fast radio bursts." read more

Johns Hopkins Scientists Track Metabolic Pathways to Find Drug Combination for Pancreatic Cancer

Cancer researchers have long observed the value of treating patients with combinations of anti-cancer drugs that work better than single drug treatments. Now, in a new study using laboratory-grown cells and mice, Johns Hopkins scientists...Show More Summary

Johns Hopkins Opens First-Known Multidisciplinary Zika Virus Center in the World

As the number of patients with Zika virus grows worldwide, Johns Hopkins Medicine announces the opening of the new Johns Hopkins Wilmer Zika Center dedicated primarily to caring for patients with the mosquito-borne and sexually transmitted virus. Show More Summary

-John Hopkins: No Scientific Evidence That People Are Born Gay

Popular cultural ‘knowledge’ contends that gay and transgender folks are born that way. A recent definitive scientific study, completed by scholars at John Hopkins University, indicates that there is no scientific evidence to support ‘fact.’ Here’s the story from the Christian Post: Distinguished scholars at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland released a new 143-page report […]

Yale Gets Educated In Retirement Plans

The educational community was rocked by the recent filing of class action complaints against Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, Yale University, Duke University, Vanderbilt University and Johns Hopkins University. Show More Summary

In Memoriam: Donald Ainslie Henderson, 1928-2016

Donald Ainslie Henderson, MD, MPH '60, a leader of the international effort to eradicate smallpox - considered one of public health's greatest successes - and a former dean of what is now the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, died Friday. He was 87.

Charlie Mars, John Driskell Hopkins help kick off college football season at City Winery

Charlie Mars and John Driskell Hopkins of the Zac Brown Band will help kick off the college football season with a gathering at City Winery next month. Mississippi native Mars and Florida State University...

Severe Obesity Revealed as a Stand-Alone High-Risk Factor for Heart Failure

A study by Johns Hopkins researchers of more than 13,000 people has found that even after accounting for such risk factors as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, so-called morbid obesity appears to stand alone as a standout risk for heart failure, but not for other major types of heart disease.

No Scientific Evidence That People Are Born Gay or Transgender, Johns Hopkins Researchers Say

Distinguished scholars at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland released a new 143-page report on Monday that argues that there is not enough definitive scientific evidence available to suggest that gay, lesbian and transgender individuals are born with a certain sexual orientation or gender identity.

'Mistrust of Erdogan' Could Undermine Israel’s Reconciliation With Turkey

The recent agreement between Israel and Turkey to restore relations following a six-year rift is a consequence of Ankara's political isolation in the region, Gareth Jenkins of John Hopkins University told Radio Sputnik.

The most unusual and beautiful evolutionary tree maps from the last 200 years

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

See sample pages from this book at Wink. Trees of Life: A Visual History of Evolution by Theodore W. Pietsch Johns Hopkins University Press 2013, 376 pages, 8 x 10 x 1.1 inches (softcover) Starting at $22 Buy a copy on Amazon The primary metaphor for visualizing evolution is as a tree. Show More Summary

Researchers can hack Apple’s iMessages, but you’re already safe

In mid-March, during the FBI vs. Apple scandal surrounding the encrypted San Bernardino iPhone, a report revealed that security researchers from Johns Hopkins University were able to access photos and videos in iMessage conversations, even though they were encrypted. Show More Summary

Why Kurdistan Is a Pillar of Hope in a Turbulent Middle East

Co-written with Tea Ivanovic, WYLN Senior Fellow and Board Member at the Mediterranean Basin Initiative, Paul H. Nitze School of International Advanced Studies at Johns Hopkins University alumna It is known to the world that the Kurdistan...Show More Summary

Researchers Find Another Flaw in Apple's iMessage Encryption

Cryptography researchers at John Hopkins University have found another flaw in the encryption used by Apple’s iMessage. The good news? The flaw has already been patched; you just need to update iOS. Read more...

Cryptography Experts Recommend Apple Replace its iMessage Encryption

Apple has implemented a series of short- and long-term defenses to its iMessage protocol after several issues were discovered by a team of researchers at Johns Hopkins University, according to a report published today (via PatentlyApple). This...Show More Summary

iMessage's 'End-To-End' Encryption Hardly Any Better Than TLS, Say Cryptography Researchers

Cryptography and network security professor Matthew Green and his team of four students at the Johns Hopkins University released a paper describing all the uncovered vulnerabilities and attacks against the iMessage protocol.

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