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The Washington Post
March 24, 2009
Va. Hospital Treats the Whole Person
Johns Hopkins angle: Johns Hopkins Hospital scores high when it comes to patient recommendations.

The Washington Post
March 24, 2009
Book Dealers Told to Get The Lead Out
Johns Hopkins angle: Article quotes Ellen Silbergeld, a MacArthur scholar and professor of public health at Johns Hopkins University.

The Wall Street Journal
March 24, 2009
Why College Towns Are Looking Smart
Johns Hopkins angle: Article mentions Johns Hopkins University's multi-million dollar partnership with East Baltimore Development Corp.
March 24, 2009
Mattleman: The economy can make us unhealthy….
Johns Hopkins angle: The columnist quotes M. Harvey Brenner, professor of Public Health at the University of North Texas Health Science Center and Johns Hopkins University.

Financial Times – The Economists’ Forum blog
March 24, 2009
Treasury rewards waiting
Johns Hopkins angle: The column is written by Christopher D. Carroll, a professor of economics in the Krieger School.

The Australian
March 24, 2009
Shakespearean scholar Pat Parker sacked by publisher Arden
Johns Hopkins angle: The story refers to a Web site set up by Richard Halpern, an English professor in the Krieger School.

Diverse Issues in Higher Education
March 24, 2009
New Study Reveals Immigrant Blacks Outpace Native Blacks and Whites in Selective College Enrollment
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about a study co-authored by Pamela R. Bennett, an assistant professor of sociology in the Krieger School.
March 24, 2009
Unhealthy habits cost you more at work
Johns Hopkins angle: The article mentions that Pepsi Bottling is trying to bring down health care costs is through its free "health clinics," which are operated by a unit of Johns Hopkins University at several of its facilities.

Catholic Exchange
March 24, 2009
U.K. Embryo Authority Warns IVF Children Have 30% Higher Risk of Genetic Abnormality
Johns Hopkins angle: The article refers to a 2002 study from Johns Hopkins and Washington University, which reported that IVF-initiated conception was six times more likely to be associated with Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome.

Baltimore Sun
March 24, 2009
St. Joe's, cardiology group probed
Johns Hopkins angle: Story mentions that Johns Hopkins Hospital has its own cardiologists and surgeons.

Baltimore Sun
March 24, 2009
Peaceful farewell
Johns Hopkins angle: Commentary mentions that patient received an experimental vaccine at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Washington Business Journal
March 23, 2003
FOSS NIRSystems extends lease in Laurel
Johns Hopkins angle: The article mentions that the Montpelier II commercial complex in Laurel, adjacent to APL, is 100 percent leased by JHU and one other tenant.

Library Journal
March 24, 2009
Editorial: No Content? No Way!
Johns Hopkins angle: This opinion piece refers to comments made by Jonathan Rochkind, digital services software engineer at Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries.

Homeland Security Today
March 22, 2009
BioNeutral Group Inc. as Lead Homeland Security Consultant
Johns Hopkins angle: The article states that BioNeutral Group Inc., a chemical technology-based life science company, has appointed Dorothy Canter, a senior professional biophysicist APL, as its lead consultant on Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense issues.

Montrose Daily Press (Colo.)
March 24, 2009
Thomas named Swimmer of the Year
Johns Hopkins angle: John Thomas, a junior at Johns Hopkins, was named the NCAA Men’s Swimmer of the Year on Saturday night at the 2009 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.

Johns Hopkins University