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Foreign intelligence
Unpacking North Korea's 'piggyback' picture
Published March 25, 2017
SAIS visiting scholar Michael Madden interprets dictator Kim Jong-Un's latest propaganda photo / BBC News
Labeled "E" for ethical
Published Spring 2017
Toxicologist Alan Goldberg knows what an industrial pig nursery is like; now he wants consumers to know how their food is raised, too / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Small cities, big issues
Published Spring 2017
Hopkins public health researcher Debra Furr-Holden leads center in Flint, Mich. to address problems like unpotable water, food deserts / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Dialogue across divides
Published Spring 2017
The Conversation Thread program, created in part by Hopkins alum Sarah Hemminger, helps bridge Baltimore's divided communities / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Expert: 'Unimaginable' impact from EPA cuts
Published March 25, 2017
School of Public Health's Tom Burke served as EPA science adviser, deputy assistant administrator
Pill Policy
A case for OTC contraception
Published March 25, 2017
Review suggests greater availability of birth control doesn't lead to more teens having sex but does help prevent unwanted pregnancies / Hopkins Medicine
Health care
An insurance moral hazard
Published March 25, 2017
Many people with chronic illnesses choose needlessly costly insurance plans, driving costs up for everyone, Carey Business study finds
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Putting faith in government with a little 'G'
Published March 25, 2017
Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra says the mechanisms of government can drive innovation, discovery
Protecting health, civil rights of those with autism
Published March 25, 2017
Trump administration policies—official and unofficial—threaten those with autism and other disabilities, public health experts say / New England Journal of Medicine
Women's health
Better health linked to decline in domestic violence
Published March 25, 2017
Researchers find reduction in domestic violence when chronically ill women receive life-saving treatment
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