...USAID, The Mitchell Group, Catholic Relief Services, United Nations Children's Fund, the Peace Corps and The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, to name a few. "Mainly what I focus on is to try to help improve projects...
\MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - On Jan. 4, James Bloomfield took an extension cord and strangled his wife, Roxanne, in their home in Zumbrota.
...Common house mice may be a major contributor to asthma among inner-city children, according to scientists at The Johns Hopkins University. Asthma affects approximately 15 million Americans, including 5 million children. An estimated 7 percent...
Ideally, it's an almost indulgent rite of self-reflection, a soothing embrace of common sense, as well as a chance to simply chat with a doctor. But the typical physical examination often feels more like a pit stop: Check the cholesterol, check that blood pressure and - done! - it's back to the races. Especially for the doctor, who's often running to the next appointment.
The controversial theory that the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine is largely responsible for the sharp increase in the incidence of autism over the last 15 years has no scientific justification, according to a report released Monday by the prestigious Institute of Medicine.
NEW YORK - In a finding that may someday help scientists understand and treat ordinary baldness, researchers say they've identified a normal role for a gene that causes two rare hair-loss disorders when it's disabled.
Policy-makers have spent years debating the causes of the nationwide shortage of registered nurses, a problem that has been repeatedly shown to harm patients.
CHICAGO - Here's some news that could keep middle-aged men awake nights: A lack of quality sleep may contribute to love handles and double chins.
...as likely as other people to have no "regular source of care," or RSOC. In a sample of 915 graduates of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with an average age of 61, 252 doctors reported having no RSOC, and another 60 said...
COLUMBIA, Md. (AP) - Scientists prepared for a series of rocket firings Monday that would send an 1,100-pound spacecraft toward a space rock known as Eros in man's first attempt to land an object on an asteroid.
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