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public health

Baltimore's food deserts

June 10, 2015
Report: One in four Baltimore residents lives in a city neighborhood with limited access to healthy foods
Engage Baltimore

JHSPH to host discussion of city public health challenges

May 7, 2015
Event will include Rep. Elijah Cummings, Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen, community leaders

Measles rises again

February 5, 2015
School of Public Health to gather experts to discuss science, policy of a preventable outbreak

Called to care

December 1, 2014
Recent School of Public Health grad writes about life on front lines of Ebola epidemic

Obama praises 'heroes'

October 30, 2014
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Four Johns Hopkins Ebola experts appear with president at White House news conference
Design challenge

Ebola safety solutions

October 27, 2014
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JHU designers aim to improve protective gear for those treating Ebola patients

Public Health dean criticizes N.J. Ebola quarantine

October 27, 2014
In letter to Gov. Christie, Klag says policy 'increases paranoia without materially protecting health'

Ethics and Ebola

October 23, 2014
Berman Institute experts examine complex ethical challenges raised by outbreak of virus

JHU issues guidance on travel to West Africa

October 20, 2014
Faculty, staff, students discouraged from traveling to areas most affected by Ebola outbreak

Experts gather to discuss Ebola outbreak

October 14, 2014
Swiftly moving epidemic presents immense challenge to national and global health systems, infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm says
Fueling concerns

Small spills, big risks

October 7, 2014
Soil and groundwater may be imperiled more than previously understood by drops of fuel spilled at gas stations
Graphic Art

Comics meet medicine

Fall 2014
Comics and Medicine conference delivers crash course in the ways in which health professionals use comics / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Panel discussion

Ethics and Ebola

September 5, 2014
JHU experts to discuss ethical challenges of Ebola outbreak

'Proceed with caution'

August 19, 2014
Public health ethics expert urges gradual, informed dissemination of experimental Ebola treatment
Plantibody roots

Ebola treatment has JHU ties

August 12, 2014
Co-founders of Mapp Biopharmaceutical worked in Richard Cone's lab studying 'plantibodies' / NBC News