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Flying over Kansas, going to visit work of Center for American Indian Health on Navajo and Apache reservations pic.twitter.com/vzJTop9Cmx
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Walking the Monday Mile: @HopkinsMedicine Dean Rothman, EHS chair Marsha Wells-Karp, and HBS chair David Holtgrave! pic.twitter.com/cI2sUeFV0Q
Walking once around today's Monday Mile route is enough to burn 130 calories for a 180 lb. person. Getting healthier, one step at a time!
A great turn out for today's Monday Mile walk around the #JHSPH campus for @MoveItMonday! pic.twitter.com/3nvDk1SYYp
[VIDEO] #JHSPH’s Nancy Kass (of the @bermaninstitute) discusses the ethics of #ebola treatment on @RonanDaily msnbc.com/ronan-farrow-d…
Thanks to all of our @facebook followers for helping us reach a new milestone! facebook.com/JohnsHopkinsSPH pic.twitter.com/Jg4CqRSgur
The makers of @SwiftKey are adding capstone projects to our Data Specialization @coursera courses jhsph.edu/news/news-rele… (cc: @chronicle)
We've partnered with @coursera and @JohnsHopkinsSPH for a series of new courses! Details on how to apply here: swiftkey.com/en/blog/swiftk…
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Sunday #Longreads: on the efforts underway to develop, sustain, and study “sustainable seafood” bayjournal.com/article/could_… (cc: @livablefuture)
The makers of @SwiftKey are adding capstone projects to our Data Specialization @coursera courses jhsph.edu/news/news-rele… (cc: @mashable)
“Could fish farms help take pressure off wild stocks?” bayjournal.com/article/could_…
“The policy can be successful even if it only has a modest effect in improving access.” npr.org/blogs/health/2… #ACA
Two #JHSPH doctoral students got the chance to conduct fieldwork at the epicenter of the recent #ebola outbreak jhsph.edu/news/stories/2…
FAR OUT: a @JohnsHopkins researcher contributed to a map that could solve a “stubborn interstellar material mystery” hub.jhu.edu/2014/08/14/mil…
In addition to high rates of asthma, inner city children suffer disproportionately high rates of food allergies, too hub.jhu.edu/2014/08/15/foo…
Be our friend! We're only 25 "likes" away from 25,000 Facebook fans! facebook.com/JohnsHopkinsSPH
STUDY: One in 10 inner-city children suffer from food allergies. hub.jhu.edu/2014/08/15/foo…
Psssst! We're only 70 "likes" away from 25,000 fans on Facebook! facebook.com/JohnsHopkinsSPH
What’s the #ACA’s effect on mental health services for young people? npr.org/blogs/health/2…
“Working on an #ebola outbreak like this is such a rare and exciting opportunity,” says one #JHSPH doctoral student. jhsph.edu/news/stories/2…
Our #Data Specialization @coursera courses will soon feature projects from @SwiftKey, makers of a predictive text app jhsph.edu/news/news-rele…
Professor Kass of the @bermaninstitute discusses the ethics of giving #ebola treatments to aid workers. latimes.com/science/scienc…
#JHSPH Dean Emeritus D A Henderson spoke with @GENbio about #ebola, #smallpox, and much more. genengnews.com/insight-and-in…
.@JohnsHopkinsSPH Data Science Specialization launches Capstone project w/ predictive language mobile app @SwiftKey: bit.ly/1rSZzU8
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#JHSPH professor Saloner spoke with @NPRHealth about the #ACA’s effect on mental health services for young people npr.org/blogs/health/2…
Still curious about the #ebola virus? Here are four facts everyone should know. pic.twitter.com/ZupR5P5blz
Boots on the Ground: #JHSPH students assess #Ebola interventions at outbreak epicenter. jhsph.edu/news/stories/2…
For all your questions on #Ebola, join the #EbolaChat happening now from Nigeria with @EbolaAlert.
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#JHSPH professor Saloner spoke with @NPRHealth about the #ACA’s effect on mental health services for young people npr.org/blogs/health/2…
ICYMI: #JHSPH alum Rebecca Merrill (PhD ’10) is headed to Liberia to help fight the current #ebola outbreak. time.com/3101290/what-y…
Sunday #Longreads: @bylukemalone expands on his gripping @ThisAmerLife story about pedophilia prevention medium.com/matter/youre-1…
NEAT: One #JHSPH alum recently worked with the crew of a ship on @Discovery's @DeadliestCatch: jhsph.edu/news/stories/2…
Get the day’s biggest #PublicHealth stories, straight to your inbox. jhsph.edu/news/news-rele…
How are @JohnsHopkins faculty using the #ebola outbreak to influence their classes? Professor Obom explains. hub.jhu.edu/2014/08/11/ebo…
STUDY: high blood pressure in midlife could increase one’s risk of cognitive decline in old age. hub.jhu.edu/2014/08/11/hig…
“The experimental treatment for the #ebola virus … has its roots at @JohnsHopkins, @NBCNews reported today.” hub.jhu.edu/2014/08/12/zma…
#JHSPH alum Rebecca Merrill (PhD ’10) is headed to Liberia to help fight the current #ebola outbreak. time.com/3101290/what-y… (cc: @cdc)
Making "The Deadliest" Safer: Injury Center alum, @NIOSHFishing's Jennifer Lincoln, reduces risks on fishing ships: ow.ly/zYb8V
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#JHSPH alum Sylvia Morris shares some advice for premed students weighing their undergraduate research options. news.yahoo.com/pursue-natural…
Fewer Americans are having strokes and those who do have a lower risk of dying from them, says @JohnsHopkinsSPH ow.ly/A7PRJ
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American women are 11x more likely to be murdered with a gun than women in other developed nations. hub.jhu.edu/2014/07/31/cam… #JHUGunPolicy