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U.S. News & World Report
April 6, 2009
What to Expect if You Were Wait-Listed
Johns Hopkins angle: Johns Hopkins is mentioned in the context of limited financial aid availability for students on waiting lists.

Bloomberg News
April 7, 2009
AIG Trustees Emerge From ‘Shadow’ as Directors Resign
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes comments from Phillip Phan of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Fox News
April 6, 2009
Scientists Race to Prevent 'Catastrophic Disaster' in Space
Johns Hopkins angle: This story is based on the research and views of Marshall Kaplan of APL.

Colorado Daily
April 6, 2009
CWA Panel: Astronomers discuss the universe’s puzzling secrets
Johns Hopkins angle: KSAS astrophysicist Adam Riess is mentioned.

Washington Post
April 7, 2009
Removing the Doubt
Johns Hopkins angle: Story on preventive surgery for breast cancer quotes Lillie Shockney, administrative director of the Johns Hopkins Breast Center.

New York Times
April 7, 2009
From Developing Limbs, Insights That May Explain Much Else
Johns Hopkins angle: Story mentions 1940s Johns Hopkins biologist John Saunders.

AllAfrica.Com
April 7, 2009
Africa: Cervical Cancer - Digene HPV Test Rekindles Hope for Women
Johns Hopkins angle: The article refers to a team of global health partners that includes Jhpiego, an international non-profit health organization affiliated with Johns Hopkins University.

Channel News Asia
April 7, 2009
Malaysia's new leader Najib faces elections test
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes comments from Bridget Welsh, a South East Asia expert from SAIS.

ABC CBN News
April 7, 2009
Malaysia's new leader faces elections test
Johns Hopkins angle: Bridget Welsh of SAIS is quoted in this Agence France-Presse piece.

Reuters India
April 6, 2009
Mahathir rallies Malaysia govt party ahead of vote
Johns Hopkins angle: The story quotes Bridget Welsh of SAIS.

Business Week Online
April 6, 2009
GE Healthcare Unveils a Plan to Stop Epidemics
Johns Hopkins angle: This article states that GE Healthcare has announced a partnership with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and Johns Hopkins University to develop a rapid-response public health alert system.

Live Science
April 6, 2009
Diet Tip: Watch What You Drink
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature mentions that Benjamin Caballero, a professor in the Bloomberg School of Public Health, was senior author of this study.

Dundalk Eagle (Md.)
April 6, 2009
SMART CHOICE FOR CITIZEN OF YEAR
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature about Dundalk Citizen of the Year Scott Holupka mentions that Holupka received a doctorate in sociology at Johns Hopkins in 1983 and now works as a senior research associate at the university’s Institute for Policy Studies.

U.S. News & World Report Online
Posted April 6, 2009
Health Buzz: Broccoli and Your Stomach and Other Health News
Johns Hopkins angle: The news brief includes a comment from Jed Fahey, a nutritional biochemist at the School of Medicine.

People's Daily Online
April 7, 2009
Broccoli sprouts may prevent stomach cancer by defeating Helicobacter pylori
Johns Hopkins angle: The Xinhua article includes comments from Jed W. Fahey, a faculty research associate at the School of Medicine.

WebMD.com
April 6, 2009
Broccoli Sprouts Good for the Gut
Johns Hopkins angle: The article refers to research by Jed W. Fahey of the School of Medicine.

CNN.com
April 6, 2009
Beware the perils of caffeine withdrawal
Johns Hopkins angle: This article refers to caffeine research conducted at the School of Medicine.

Cleveland Plain Dealer
April 7, 2009
Studies aim to improve detection, treatment of pancreatic cancer
Johns Hopkins angle: Article mentions that the Cleveland Clinic is part of a collaboration with JHU and the National Yang-Ming University School of Medicine in Taiwan.

Monterey County Herald
April 7, 2009
'Not holding his breath' in any language
Johns Hopkins angle: This letter to the editor mentions a 30-year study done by SoPH's Harvey Brenner which found a correlation between economic downturns and suicide, heart attacks, domestic violence, child abuse and murder.

The Tennessean
April 7, 2009
Join the fight against childhood pneumonia
Johns Hopkins angle: Article mentions public health campaign waged by the School of Public Health.

The Public Record
April 6, 2009
Obama Needs to Walk the Walk On Arms Control
Johns Hopkins angle: Column was written by Melvin A. Goodman, an adjunct professor in KSAS Advanced Academic Programs.

Bakersfield Now (Ca.)
April 6, 2009
SKorea-US trade deal could come sooner: advocate
Johns Hopkins angle: Article mentions that Charles Pritchard, president of the Korea Economic Institute, addressed a forum held at JHU.

People's Daily (China)
April 6, 2009
Too much TV increases risk of behavioral problems for kids: study
Johns Hopkins angle: This Xinhua story details research from the School of Medicine on children and television viewing habits.

PhillyBurbs.com
April 7, 2009
Grade schoolers get head start on college
Johns Hopkins angle: This Bucks County Courier article focuses on a student who will receive a scholarship from a program launched by Benjamin Carson, director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins.

Ithaca Journal (New York)
April 7, 2009
College men's lacrosse: Both teams' goalies looking to bounce back
Johns Hopkins angle: The article mentions Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse Dave Pietramala and goalie Michael Gvozden.

Washington Post
April 7, 2009
Historian Was Authority on Lincoln
Johns Hopkins angle: Obituary on historian Steven Lee Carson, who earned a master's degree at Johns Hopkins.

Washington Post
April 7, 2009
Obituaries: Ira Miller, Surgeon
Johns Hopkins angle: Retired physician was an instructor of ancient Greek history and literature in the adult education program at Johns Hopkins University in Rockville.

Bethany Beach Wave
April 7, 2009
Helen Irene Webb (obituary)
Johns Hopkins angle: Webb was a registered nurse who worked at the Johns Hopkins Hospital for 14 years.

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