By Christine McKinney, RD LDN CDE The holidays are here! It’s a busy time of the year and healthy habits can get pushed aside. Social events are on the calendar and that means food. There may be days or evenings that feel like they revolve around food...
How Johns Hopkins Created a Preferred SNF Network
Components of Johns Hopkins' SNF collaborative include a rigorous process for selecting partner facilities and establishing a management framework.
Video Tips for Caregivers from Johns Hopkins University
(Johns Hopkins University) Caregivers, often family members, are essential to the care of patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. The goal of The Peter Rabins Alzheimer’s Fam…
Johns Hopkins researcher: Pa. should ban fracking
A scientist at Johns Hopkins University told a public health conference in Pittsburgh that Pennsylvania should ban fracking because of its impact on public health and climate change.
Your complete guide to graduation at Johns Hopkins University
An overview of the universitywide Commencement ceremony May 23 and how to celebrate the Class of 2019
How Johns Hopkins helps ease the stresses of residency
A famous name in U.S. health care is taking on this persistent challenge with a combination of wellness efforts and systems-oriented fixes.
Johns Hopkins game moved to Monday, April 10
SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury University baseball team has announced that its game against Johns Hopkins University that was scheduled for Sunday, April 9 has been moved. The two teams will now play on Monday, April 10 instead. The Sea Gulls will now take on the Blue Jays on Monday at Johns Hopkins with first pitch at 3:30 p.m. that afternoon. For more information on Salisbury baseball visit www.suseagulls.com .
Johns Hopkins Shows How Easy it Is to Hack a Drone
Share the NewsTweet If you hear a faint buzzing sound in the sky, it’s increasingly likely that the culprit is a drone; more than 180,000 people have registered their unmanned aircraft with the FAA so far. But some people are concerned that the popularity of drones is outpacing manufacturers’ and regulators’ ability to ensure they’re safe …
Johns Hopkins researcher: Pa. should ban fracking
Brian Schwartz said he recently became convinced that the time had come to make a public statement about banning fracking. A shale gas industry group said a ban would bring Pennsylvania’s economy “to a standstill.”
Smart Stethoscope from Johns Hopkins University
Health clinics in the developing world often have too much noise and too few doctors. So Johns Hopkins University engineers and physicians have collaborated ...
What Johns Hopkins learned after its 90-day flooring study
Hospital tests 20 products to meet safety, performance and cleaning requirements for flooring.
Colleen’s Dream Foundation Donates $10,000 to Johns Hopkins Medicine f
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) July 24, 2014 Colleen’s Dream Foundation, in partnership with Fidelity National Title Agency, has donated $10,000 to Johns Hopkins Medicine to fund ovarian cancer research, ac
What to Do After a Tick Bite from Johns Hopkins
Learn how to remove the tick, recognize the rash of Lyme disease and request care from the Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Clinical Research Center.
Johns Hopkins engineer honored by 'MIT Technology Review' as top young innnovator
Muyinatu Bell, who mixes sound, light, robotic technology to enhance medical imaging, recognized by 'MIT Technology Review'
3 top execs resign from Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
The CEO of Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla., and two other hospital executives have resigned, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
17 months of angst: How John Hopkins Middle survived its principal
As John Hopkins Middle fell into disarray, many waved flags for help. But Pinellas County district leaders kept principal Dallas Jackson in place going into the 2018-19 school year.
Genetic testing the way of the future, Johns Hopkins expert says
Genetic analysis may soon go hand-in-hand with a routine physical at your doctor’s office in o...
Business Writing: Johns Hopkins' Apology: How It Fell Short
You may have read The Washington Post story about Johns Hopkins University sending early-acceptance emails to 294 students who had not been accepted. Here's the story in brief: Nine of the 294 students had already received deferrals to the regular...
 Denver Tops  Johns Hopkins 14-10 in Exhibition
DENVER -- The  University of Denver men's lacrosse team used an 8-0 start to defeat  Johns Hopkins 14-10 in-front of a sellout crowd of 2,571 for a Saturday afternoon exhibition at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. Denver will officially open its 2016 campaign two weeks from today with a quick trip to Air Force (Feb. 13/1 p.m. MT).
Fostering Innovation From Within: Lessons From Johns Hopkins and Partners HealthCare
Speaking at the HIMSS Connected Health Conference in Washington, D.C., executives from Johns Hopkins Medical System in Baltimore and Partners HealthCare in Boston talked about how they encourage the growth of an ecosystem of creative minds and spur that creativity.