The Nose May Be A Key Entry Point For Coronavirus, So Keep Your Masks Up, Researchers From Johns Hopkins SayNew research from Johns Hopkins Medicine suggests the nose is a key entry point for the coronavirus, and that's why it's important for people to also cover their noses.
COVID-19 Vaccine Should Go To Essential Healthcare Workers First, Johns Hopkins University Experts SayAs researchers across the world rush to develop a safe COVID-19 vaccine, questions are starting to emerge about who will get the vaccine first.
Johns Hopkins Researchers Create Robot That Can Remotely Operate Ventilators, Bedside MachinesA team of researchers at Johns Hopkins has designed a new robotic system to help hospitals and protect frontline workers.
Group Continues To Call On Johns Hopkins To Permanently Shelve Plans For Police ForceAs calls to defund police departments nationwide continue, demonstrators rallied in Baltimore Saturday to urge Johns Hopkins University to permanently shelve its plans to establish a police force.
Drug Overdoses Linked To Post-Traumatic Stress, Johns Hopkins Study FindsWitnessing or experiencing a drug overdose can lead to the development of post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, a study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found.
Johns Hopkins Receives $35M In Funding For COVID-19 Blood Plasma TrialsJohns Hopkins researchers have received over $30 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Defense for two nationwide clinical trials to test the effectiveness of a convalescent blood plasma outpatient treatment. 
Johns Hopkins Experts Address COVID-19 Vaccine Challenges, Realistic TimelinesJohns Hopkins public health experts laid out challenges in distributing and administering coronavirus vaccines.
Johns Hopkins University Creates Program To Teach Kids The Science Behind The CoronavirusA new online curriculum from Johns Hopkins University aims to teach kids the science and biology of COVID-19 to help them learn how to stop the spread of the virus.
'Every Parent's Worst Nightmare': 15-Month-Old Frederick Boy Nearly Dies After Falling At Pediatrician's OfficeA 15-month old boy from Frederick was nearly minutes away from death earlier this month after a fall at the pediatrician’s office. 
Johns Hopkins, Local Non-Profits Teaming Up To Collect Computers For Those In NeedJohns Hopkins University is teaming up with Central Baltimore Partnership and Code in the Schools to help provide computers and internet access to those in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
ICE Reverses Plan To Deport Foreign Students Taking Online-Only Courses This FallThe Trump administration on Tuesday rescinded guidance issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) earlier this month that would have prohibited foreign students from taking online-only coursework in the fall.