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MRI Based on a Sugar Molecule Can Tell Cancerous from Noncancerous Cells

Imaging tests like mammograms or CT scans can detect tumors, but figuring out whether a growth is or isn't cancer usually requires a biopsy to study cells directly. Now results of a Johns Hopkins study suggest that MRI could one dayShow More Summary

OSVR's Academia Program Brings In 28 Universities

Among the list of universities using OSVR is Johns Hopkins University and the University of California, Berkeley.

Medical News Today: Increasing use of minimally invasive surgery 'would avert thousands of post-op complications'

Johns Hopkins researchers claim that increasing use of minimally invasive surgery in hospitals across the US could lead to thousands of postoperative complications being avoided.

Drinking raw milk dramatically increases risk for foodborne illness, analysis finds

An analysis conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) found that the risks of drinking raw (unpasteurized) cow's milk are significant. Consumers are nearly 100 times more likely to get foodborne illness from drinking raw milk than they are from drinking pasteurized milk. Show More Summary

Drinking Raw Milk Dramatically Increases Risk for Foodborne

An analysis conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) found that the risks of drinking raw (unpasteurized) cow's milk are significant. The researchers determined that raw milk was associated with over half of all milk-related foodborne illness.

Are Crime and Incarceration Predictable and Preventable?

As an alumnus, I recently read an article published in the Johns Hopkins Magazine written about a part-time faculty member in their distinguished Bloomberg School or Public health, Gerald Eber.  Eber is also an ACLU lawyer whose primary...Show More Summary

Renowned Intestinal Surgeon to Join Johns Hopkins Children's Center

Distinguished pediatric surgeon Samuel M. Alaish, M.D., will join the Johns Hopkins Children's Center to co-lead its newly formed Center for Intestinal Rehab and Cure Using Science (CIRCUS).

On the Road Again

To my Beltway friends please feel very welcome to drop around the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus in Baltimore next Monday. I've been invited to do a talk about being an illustrator in these times and... in the way-back. I think I will do a reverse show this time; starting with the newest and work back. Show More Summary

Johns Hopkins Researchers Identify ‘Missing Culprit’ in Heart Failure

Drugs that block disease-fueling enzyme already tested for other conditions Release Date: March 18, 2015 Working with lab animals and human heart cells, scientists from Johns Hopkins and other institutions have identified what they describe as “the long-sought culprit” in the mystery behind a cell-signaling breakdown that triggers heart failure. Show More Summary

Medical News Today: Researchers identify enzyme that causes heart failure

Researchers from Johns Hopkins and other institutions reveal the discovery of an enzyme - called PDE-9 - that triggers heart failure by breaking down a protective heart protein.

Streamlined 'Military' Work Flow Means More Patient Appointments and Fewer Return Visits

Both patients and physicians may benefit from a "work flow" system developed at military medical facilities and tested at a Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center clinic, according to results of an efficiency study.

Johns Hopkins Researchers Identify 'Missing Culprit' in Heart Failure

Working with lab animals and human heart cells, scientists from Johns Hopkins and other institutions have identified what they describe as "the long-sought culprit" in the mystery behind a cell-signaling breakdown that triggers heart failure.

The Elements of Data Analytic Style

The Elements of Data Analytic Style by John Hopkins biostatistics professor Jeff Leek is a non-technical guide to the stuff they don't always cover in Stat 101, and it's priced… Tags: book

Study Reveals Previously Unknown Site of Anesthetic Action

Anesthetics have been used in surgical procedures for more than 150 years, but the mechanisms by which inhaled anesthesia actually work are poorly understood. Now, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine have discovered that anesthetics...Show More Summary

Microvi’s Wastewater Technology Reduces Ammonia, Nitrate

A third-party evaluation conducted by the Johns Hopkins University/MWH Alliance has demonstrated that Microvi Biotechnologies’ innovative biocatalytic technologies for nitrification and denitrification are effective in treating wastewater for nitrogen removal. Show More Summary

PBS Stations Nationwide to Premiere Documentary Featuring Johns Hopkins Cancer Research and Care

A six-hour PBS documentary series about the story of cancer, including research and treatment, billed by its producers as one of the most comprehensive of its kind yet made, will premiere nationwide March 30, 31 and April 1 featuring several patient stories and interviews conducted with clinicians and scientists at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.

New Johns Hopkins University Center Brings Imaging Therapies To Pets

Recent years have seen breakneck innovation in the field of radiology, from MRI-guided biopsies, to image-guided stenting, to ways to lower radiation dosage while preserving image quality. Now, a dedicated center at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is making those innovations available to our four-legged -- and even winged -- friends.

Increased Susceptibility to Measles a Side Effect of Ebola Epidemic

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health researchers say that major disruptions in the health care systems in West Africa caused by the Ebola crisis have led to significant decreases in vaccinations for childhood diseases, increasing susceptibility to measles and other vaccine-preventable illnesses.

Finding Strengths -- and Weaknesses -- in Hepatitis C's Armor

Using a specially selected library of different hepatitis C viruses, a team of researchers led by Johns Hopkins scientists has identified tiny differences in the pathogens' outer shell proteins that underpin their resistance to antibodies. Show More Summary

Ensuring Respect and Dignity in the ICU

Identifying loss of dignity and lack of respectful treatment as preventable harms in health care, researchers at Johns Hopkins have taken on the ambitious task of defining and ensuring respectful care in the high-stakes environment of the intensive care unit (ICU).

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