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  • Hopkins research finds Twitter mood predicts success of IPOs

    Hopkins research finds Twitter mood predicts success of IPOs
    Wondering whether to take a chance and invest in a company that's about to go public? You might want to tune in to Twitter, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University say. The chatter on Twitter and other social media channels is already being mined to...
  • Second tuberculosis case confirmed in Baltimore County

    A Baltimore County resident affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health has been diagnosed with tuberculosis, the second case reported in the county this week. County health officials announced the case Friday...
  • First step on allergies: Clean up the indoor atmosphere

     First step on allergies: Clean up the indoor atmosphere
    Allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever, is the fifth most common disease in the U.S. "'Hayfever' is a term I think most people use for seasonal pollen allergies (tree, grass, weed pollen)," said Dr. Sandra Y. Lin, associate professor, Department of...
  • Freddie Gray not the first to come out of Baltimore police van with serious injuries

    Freddie Gray not the first to come out of Baltimore police van with serious injuries
    When a handcuffed Freddie Gray was placed in a Baltimore police van on April 12, he was talking and breathing. When the 25-year-old emerged, "he could not talk and he could not breathe," according to one police official, and he died a week later of a...
  • Elections too long, costly

    I have heard from a number of my friends that if the 2016 presidential ticket pit a Clinton against a Bush, then they plan to sit this one out. I don't blame them. I think many of us are suffering from Clinton-Bush fatigue. Do we really want another...
  • Cutting edge imagery for pets

    Cutting edge imagery for pets
    We read with interest Cheryl Lewis-Arnold's letter about veterinary imaging services in Maryland ("MRIs for pets aren't so novel," April 18). It is certainly true that imaging techniques have been used in veterinary practice for some time, and that...
  • Big pharma should support the NIH

    Big pharma should support the NIH
    Recently at a reception, one of my faculty colleagues at Johns Hopkins expressed concern about her academic future. The pay line for National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants in her field was 7 percent; that means that she has to spend two or three weeks...
  • Vicki A. Margolis

    Vicki A. Margolis
    Vicki A. Margolis, a corporate attorney who also performed leading roles in local theater, died of breast cancer April 13 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Quarry Lake resident was 50. Born in Cleveland, she was the daughter of Burt Margolis,...
  • Stevenson's Sophia Way puts on 3-point shooting exhibition

    Stevenson's Sophia Way puts on 3-point shooting exhibition
    At her final girls basketball game, Stevenson senior Sophia Way put on quite a shooting exhibition during last Friday night's Lake County Senior Shootout all-star event. Way, a four-year varsity starter for the Patriots, won the girls portion of the 3-...
  • Local weightlifters compete at state

    Six area weightlifters competed at the FHSAA Class 1A Boys Weightlifting Finals on Saturday. Plantation American Heritage's Matt Marzan finished 15th in the 219-pound competition. Marzan bench pressed 245 pounds, then clean and jerked 220 pounds for a...
  • Yeager rides Serene Harbor to surprise win in Grand National Steeplechase

     Yeager rides Serene Harbor to surprise win in Grand National Steeplechase
    Coming to Maryland from Minnesota, by way of Virginia, proved to be a path to success for Annie Yeager at the Grand National Steeplechase Races on Saturday afternoon. The 22-year old jockey showed a large crowd on a warm and sunny day in Butler that she...