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Q+A
What we know and don't know about coronavirus
Published Jan 22, 2020
Tom Inglesby, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, discusses the health interventions that work on a global scale to contain an emerging disease like coronavirus
Wearable tech
Watch me go
Published Jan 8, 2020
Do fitness trackers work? One runner steps into the world of wearable tech.
Mental health
Mind's best friend
Published Jan 6, 2020
Having a dog in childhood may be associated with lower risk for developing schizophrenia later in life according to a new study from Johns Hopkins Medicine
Public health
Winged victory
Published Jan 3, 2020
A Hopkins scientist is studying the ways the deadly Nipah virus affects carrier fruit bats to better understand how it spreads to humans
Q+A
What is CBD and what are its health benefits?
Published Jan 3, 2020
Hopkins expert Ryan Vandrey discusses the 'cure-all' myths associated with the drug and findings from his recent studies of cannabidiol
Health spending
Taken for a ride
Published Jan 2, 2020
Study suggests that patients are overpaying for air ambulance services because of a market failure within the industry
Q+A
Examining clinician burnout in health industries
Published Dec 26, 2019
Cynda Hylton Rushton shares insights about the issues that contribute to the burnout of health care providers
Alumni
Paying it forward
Published Dec 26, 2019
As the first African-American chief resident in anesthesiology at Cedars-Sinai, Adam Milam is working to increase diversity in the medical field
The invisible women
Published Winter 2019
A growing number of women are incarcerated in the U.S., thousands of whom give birth behind bars. Carolyn Sufrin aims to improve the standards of care for this underseen, understudied population. There's a lot we don't know. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Women's Health
Self-screening for cervical cancer
Published Winter 2019
A new cervical cancer screening program, created in coordination with Jhpiego, allows women in Botswana to take control of their health. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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