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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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  • The Wandering Eye: NYPD offers counseling to BPD, a map of Baltimore vacants, and the Brass Elephant prepares to return as 'The Elephant'

    The Wandering Eye: NYPD offers counseling to BPD, a map of Baltimore vacants, and the Brass Elephant prepares to return as 'The Elephant'
    There have been several reports about how the BPD could use a pick-me-up after citizens took the streets to tell them, hey, stop killing us unlawfully. Well, the world-famous NYPD lent a hand recently, the New York Post reports. Ten officers from that...
  • Cockeysville author tackles astrophysics for kids with Neil deGrasse Tyson

    Cockeysville author tackles astrophysics for kids with Neil deGrasse Tyson
    When he was 12 years old, Neil deGrasse Tyson got his first telescope. Tyson was already fascinated with the universe, exploring the night sky with binoculars from the roof of his apartment building. His love for the stars and planets grew as he studied...
  • Health care workers improve their craft — through literature

    Health care workers improve their craft — through literature
    Like all good registered nurses, Kristin Kraus keeps up with the latest in technological developments, so when a terminally ill older patient entered her operating room one night, she was as ready as ever with the required monitors and meds. She wasn't...
  • Letters: Partners in Care; Schuh grants; Johns Hopkins Hospital

    Partners in Care It was a sad day for older adults throughout the county when we learned county grant funding will be decreased by 50 percent despite stellar outcomes Partners In Care has reported every year. Last year PIC received $44,000. Now the...
  • Health Department brings on Baltimore Corps fellows to help in unrest response

    Health Department brings on Baltimore Corps fellows to help in unrest response
    As Sarah Ceponis watched the unrest in Baltimore explode in April, her mind went to the underlying public health disparities inherent in neighborhoods such as Sandtown-Winchester. Ceponis, studying for a master's degree in public health at Johns...
  • Orioles to recall Nolan Reimold (plus left-handed relief options, All Star voting)

    Orioles to recall Nolan Reimold (plus left-handed relief options, All Star voting)
    The Orioles are expected to purchase the contract of outfielder Nolan Reimold from Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday, and he likely will be in uniform against the Boston Red Sox, according to industry sources. Reimold, 31, was hitting .286 with a .351 on-base...
  • Callaway-Garrison neighborhood has fruitful endeavor

    Callaway-Garrison neighborhood has fruitful endeavor
    A stretch of apple trees planted in the median of Callaway Avenue in Northwest Baltimore has become a rallying point for a neighborhood looking for recognition. Residents spent their spring weekends tending to their own orchard, which is now bearing...
  • Wandering Eye: Baltimore's battle with smog, Mark Kozelek's 'wounded-bro sexism,' and more

    Wandering Eye: Baltimore's battle with smog, Mark Kozelek's 'wounded-bro sexism,' and more
    The New York Times has a cautionary tale about universal health care: In Vermont, at least, technical glitches have sidelined the dream. "We've gone from this vision of being the first state to achieve universal health care, to limping along and...
  • Trial of former bishop Heather Cook postponed as attorney considers a plea

    Trial of former bishop Heather Cook postponed as attorney considers a plea
    Former Episcopal bishop Heather Elizabeth Cook, charged in the December drunken-driving death of a popular bicyclist in Baltimore, doesn't want to go through a "contested trial," her attorney said Thursday. "We would hope that we could resolve the case...
  • Baltimore smog meets federal limit, but people still at risk from pollution

    Baltimore smog meets federal limit, but people still at risk from pollution
    First the good news: Baltimore isn't so smoggy anymore. The region's air pollution, once second-worst in the nation, has cleared up so much that levels of breath-robbing ozone in spring and summer no longer exceed the limit set by the Environmental...
  • Why does Hogan think he knows best on the Red, Purple lines?

    Why does Hogan think he knows best on the Red, Purple lines?
    The rumors that Gov. Larry Hogan may kill the Purple Line light rail project and/or the Red Line light rail project are reason to be greatly disturbed. Both projects have been studied extensively for 10 or more years. Three other governors and five...