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Same-sex marriage legalization linked to fewer teen suicide attempts
Published Feb 26, 2017
Allowing same-sex marriage at state level reduced suicide attempts by 134,000 per year, BSPH researchers estimate / School of Public Health
Drug safety
Keep out of reach of children
Published Feb 26, 2017
Majority of opioid medications not safely stored in homes with children under 17, School of Public Health survey finds
Who eats when food is scarce?
Published Feb 26, 2017
Analysis of food deprivation in three cities shows teens in poor families often go hungry before young children

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Megan Inhen’s Blog Sybaritic Singer Presents 29 Days to Diva
Published Feb 26, 2017
Sybaritic Singer, a blog by mezzo-soprano Megan Ihnen (MM ’09, Voice), will present the fifth season of 29 Days to Diva, a month-long series highlighting the micro-actions that classical musicians... / The Peabody Post
Watch the Trailer for Michael Hersch’s On the Threshold of Winter
Published Feb 26, 2017
A trailer for On the Threshold of Winter, a live opera film by Composition Department Chair Michael Hersch (BM ’95, MM ’97, Composition) featuring Ah Young Hong (BM ’98, MM ’01, Voice),... / The Peabody Post
PostClassical Ensemble Presents A Lou Harrison Centenary Celebration
Published Feb 26, 2017
PostClassical Ensemble, featuring Netanel Draiblate (MM ’07, GPD ’09, Violin) and Jacqueline Pollauf (BM ’06, MM ’07, Harp), and Ambassador Budi Bowoleksono will present A Lou Harrison... / The Peabody Post
Joel Watts Receives Grammy Award for Best Orchestral Performance
Published Feb 26, 2017
Joel Watts (BM ’14, Horn; BM ’15, Recording Arts; MM ’15, Audio Sciences) received the Grammy Award for Best Orchestral Performance for his work as assistant recording engineer. Mr. Watts engineered... / The Peabody Post
Michael Hersch’s end stages Makes The New York Times 8 Best Classical Music Moments
Published Feb 26, 2017
The New York premiere of end stages by Composition Department Chair Michael Hersch (BM ’95, MM ’97, Composition), performed and commissioned by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, made The New York Times... / The Peabody Post
Many Patients Receive Prescription Opioids During Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction
Published Feb 26, 2017
More than two in five people receiving buprenorphine, a drug commonly used to treat opioid addiction, are also given prescriptions for other opioid painkillers – and two-thirds are prescribed opioids... / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins
Seen/Heard Trio Performs Concert In Residence at UNCG
Published Feb 26, 2017
Seen/Heard Trio– mezzo-soprano Megan Ihnen (MM ’09, Voice); Erika Boysen, flute; Jennifer R. Ellis, harp- will be in residence at University of North Carolina Greensboro from February 26-March... / The Peabody Post
Daniel Sabzghabaei Selected as a Composer Fellow for 2017 Intimacy of Creativity Festival in Hong Kong
Published Feb 26, 2017
Daniel Sabzghabaei, a master’s composition student studying with Kevin Puts, was recently selected as a composer fellow for the 2017 Intimacy of Creativity Festival in Hong Kong from February 26-... / The Peabody Post
President, Wife, Create Student Aid Endowment
Published Feb 26, 2017
Johns Hopkins President Ronald J. Daniels and his wife, faculty member Joanne Rosen, are establishing a $1 million financial aid endowment for undergraduates at the university who are among the first in... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
New Gene Sequencing Software Could Aid in Early Detection, Treatment of Cancer
Published Feb 26, 2017
A research team from the United States and Canada has developed and successfully tested new computational software that determines whether a human DNA sample includes an epigenetic add-on linked to cancer... / News from The Johns Hopkins University