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Noninvasive Ultrasound Pulses Used to Precisely Tweak Rat Brain Activity

Biomedical engineers at Johns Hopkins report they have worked out a noninvasive way to release and deliver concentrated amounts of a drug to the brain of rats in a temporary, localized manner using ultrasound.

Experimental drug may lead to simpler treatment of macular degeneration

An experimental drug being developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University is showing promise for simplifying the treatment of age-related macular degeneration. The drug, currently called AXT107, has only been tested in rabbitsShow More Summary

Cervical Cancer Death Rates Higher Among Older and Black Women

A woman's risk of dying of cervical cancer is higher than long believed, particularly among older and black women, new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led research suggests.

Cervical cancer death rates higher among older and black women

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) A woman's risk of dying of cervical cancer is higher than long believed, particularly among older and black women, new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led research suggests.

More than 1 in 5 ER patients socked by surprise medical bills

Study by Johns Hopkins found a lot of patients are getting socked with unexpected bills -- despite making sure to get treatment at hospitals in their insurance network

More with mental illness and substance use disorders have health insurance

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) Significantly more people with mental illness and substance use disorders had insurance coverage in 2014 due to the expansion of health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, but many barriers to treatment remain, new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health research suggests.

Personalized Treatment for Those in Blood Pressure 'Gray Zone'

Using data from a national study, Johns Hopkins researchers determined that using heart CT scans can help personalize treatment in patients whose blood pressure falls in the gray zone of just above normal or mild high blood pressure...

Cary Morin – Cradle to the Grave

6 days agoMusic / Country : Twangville

Acoustic, country blues is one of the purest forms of Americana music.  It also may be the most difficult to master.  To capture the sound and spirit of a Robert Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt or Lightnin’ Hopkins takes tremendous musicianship and a feel for the music that few artists possess. But Cary Morin, a Crow tribal […]

Potentially reversible changes in gene control 'prime' pancreatic cancer cells to spread

(Johns Hopkins Medicine) A multicenter team of researchers reports that a full genomic analysis of tumor samples from a small number of people who died of pancreatic cancer suggests that chemical changes to DNA that do not affect the DNA sequence itself yet control how it operates confer survival advantages on subsets of pancreatic cancer cells.

NYU Women, MIT Men Sweep Tri Meet with Johns Hopkins

By Andrew Mering on SwimSwam MIT, Johns Hopkins, NYU Tri Results Hosted by NYU Friday, January 13th 25 yards Tri Meet scored as 3 dual meets... Read the full story on SwimSwam: NYU Women, MIT Men Sweep Tri Meet with Johns Hopkins

Young Scientists Get Boost in Funding From Johns Hopkins and Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network

Young scientists interested in bladder cancer research can compete for up to two awards totaling $100,000 from a joint effort between the Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute and the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN...

Researchers Create Mosquito Resistant to Dengue Virus

Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have genetically modified mosquitoes to resist infection from dengue virus, a virus that sickens an estimated 96 million people globally each year and kills more than 20,000, mostly children.

In teens, strong friendships may mitigate depression associated with excessive video gaming

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) Teenagers who play video games for more than four hours a day suffer from symptoms of depression, but frequent use of social media and instant messaging may mitigate symptoms of game addiction in these teens, new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led research suggests.

Updated Classification System Captures Many More People at Risk for Heart Attack

Experts at Johns Hopkins and New York's Mount Sinai Health System have published a suggested new plan for a five-stage system of classifying the risk of heart attack in those with heart disease, one they say puts much-needed and long-absent focus on the risks faced by millions of Americans who pass so-called stress tests or have less obvious or earlier-stage danger signs.

Fixes: A Fix for Gender Bias in Health Care? Check.

At Johns Hopkins Hospital, a simple checklist virtually erased a disparity in treatment between men and women.

Alcohol could hurt your chances of overcoming PTSD: study

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Alcohol strengthened fear-related emotional memories in mice, a recent Johns Hopkins Medicine study found.

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Ranks Top 5 for Online Nursing Programs

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) earned the No. 5 spot in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Nursing Programs rankings. The school moved into the top five from its previous No. 6 ranking.

Evidence growing of link between youth exposure to alcohol marketing and youth drinking

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) A new analysis of 12 long-term studies published since 2008 from across the globe finds that young people under the legal drinking age who are more exposed to alcohol marketing appear more likely to start drinking early and also to engage in binge drinking.

Drones could soon get crucial medical supplies to patients in need

Aerial drones could one day ferry life-or-death medical supplies between hospitals now that Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have figured out how to keep blood, medications and vaccines consistently cool during the flights.

Alcohol prevents ability to extinguish fearful memories in mice

(Johns Hopkins Medicine) Experiments in mice by researchers at Johns Hopkins suggest that if the goal is to ease or extinguish fearful emotional memories like those associated with post-traumatic stress disorder, alcohol may make things worse, not better. Show More Summary

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