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Children With ADHD And Autism Face Greater Anxiety Risk

Scientists Decry Lack Of Science In Forensic Science

Hopkins Scientists Study Brain Activity In Free Flying Bats

Hopkins Researchers Making (Huge!) Strides Understanding Pulmonary Hypertension

Brain Abnormalities Found In 4 And 5 Yr. Olds With ADHD

Study Finds Heaviest Drug Users Should Receive Naloxone

Alien Atmospheres Recreated Through Lab Work

HCV-Positive To HCV-Negative Transplant Recipients Remain Unaffected After First Year

Hopkins Study: "AI" Driven Mobile App Reduces Blood Sugar Levels In Early Stage Diabetes Patients

Study Reveals Kidneys Infected With Hepatitis C Safe For Dialysis Patients

Gene Deletion Using New CRISPR Tool Makes Mosquitoes Highly Resistant To Malaria Parasite

E-Cig Vapor Contain Unsafe Levels Of Toxic Chemicals

Researchers Say Fewer Blood Transfusions Equals Good News

New Discovery: Receptor That Protects Against Asthma And Allergies

Years Spent Being Obese --- A Distinct Risk Factor Towards Heart Damage

NPR Asks: Did Virus Research Put Profits Ahead Of Public Safety?

Scientists Closer To Blood Test Cancer Detection

Researchers Say Brain Instantly Puts Value On Objects

Odds Of Overeating Increase During Evening Hours

Creative Ideas Wanted For Hopkins Idea Lab

Low-Cost-Low-Tech Show Promise In Reducing Fentanyl Overdoses

Latest Mouse Study Supports Link To Gut Bacteria And Obesity

Hopkins Professor: What Happens In Our Brains When We Play Piano

Scientists Map How How Brain Signals Connect To Neurons

Hopkins and 24 Other Baltimore BLocal Businesses Already Surpass 3-Year Goals

The Science Of Last Minute Decision-Making

Hopkins Cardiologist Says Love Is More Than An Affair Of The Heart

New Analysis: Yearly Prostate Cancer Surveillance Not A Necessity

Could Testosterone Be Reason For Men Getting Asthma At Less Frequent Rates Than Women?

Questions Raised About Rising Cost Of Pneumococcal Vaccine

Grassroots HIV Prevention Targets High Risk Populations

Childhood Trauma Is Written On The Epigenome And Carried Into Adulthood

Symposium & Concert To Explore Links Between Mood Disorders, Art And Music

Science Grapples With The Ethics of Brain Implants

The Hypnotic Pull Of Junk Food Distraction

Hopkins Team To Transform Computers Into "Digital Detectives"

New Methods Sought To Address Childhood Obesity

Study On Cell Resistance To Radiation Could Improve Cancer Treatments

Hopkins And UMBC Work To Extend Viability Of Organs & Body Parts For Transplant

"Transforming Research" Forum At Hopkins Oct. 12th & 13th

The Latest From Biomedical And Life Sciences Lectures

Insect Bacteria Study Hopes To Create Mosquitos Without Malaria

Medical Schools And Book --- Is There Still A Need?

Drones Can Safely Deliver Blood Samples --- Here's How

October 4th Officially Henrietta Lacks Day In Baltimore

Science Of Learning Institute Supports Projects Based Around Human Learning

Brain Reward System Tied To Moral Character

Sleep Apnea Causes Cardiovascular & Metabolic Stress --- Hopkins Study

"Liquid Biopsy" Recommended For Early Pancreatic Cencer

Hopkins Designs Drone To Explore Saturn's Largest Moon

Blood Test Finds Cancer Before Symptoms Start

Applied Physics Library's Drama Club Raises The Theatrical Roof

Apply For The Next Cohort Of Hopkins' Social Innovation Lab