'We've Got Nothing But Time': Medical Students Step Up To Care For Kids Of Healthcare Workers On Front Lines Of Coronavirus PandemicWith the flood of COVID-19 cases in Maryland, medical professionals need to be at work more urgently now than ever, but many have seen their child care evaporate or become more uncertain.
Over 1K Coronavirus Related Deaths In The US, Johns Hopkins SaysThere are now over 1,000 coronavirus related deaths in the United States, according to the Johns Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center.
Coronavirus Latest: No Visitors Allowed At Johns Hopkins Hospital, Except 'Certain, Limited Circumstances'The people who meet these exceptions will be screen before entering and must not have a fever, coughness or shortness of breath, and/or have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19.
Johns Hopkins' New Coronavirus Test To Be Used At 5 Baltimore-Area HospitalsThe coronavirus test developed at Johns Hopkins Hospital that began being used in the past few days is rolling out to five Baltimore-area hospitals, the university said Saturday.
Johns Hopkins Expert: Use Antibodies As Temporary Solution To CoronavirusInfectious disease experts at Johns Hopkins have a possible solution to keeping COVID-19 under control.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Creates Its Own Coronavirus Test, Hopes To Test As Many As 1K Per DayDoctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore have created their own coronavirus test they hope will help address the need for more testing for the virus.
Current Coronavirus Testing Capacity Inadequate, Hopkins Expert Says At Capitol Hill BriefingAs the number of coronavirus cases in the United States grows, the country's capacity for testing people for the coronavirus is inadequate, a Johns Hopkins Medicine expert said during a briefing on Capitol Hill Friday.
Pierre Gibbons, Man Who Ran Into Burning Home To Save Neighbor, Released From Burn UnitGibbons was burned on 80 percent of his body. He was given only a 10 percent chance to live.
Here's How To Track The Spread Of The Coronavirus In Real TimeWith more than 90,000 cases of coronavirus worldwide and the first reported deaths in the U.S. over the weekend, more and more people are growing concerned about the spread of the virus.
Zachary Campbell Arrested For Allegedly Filming Inside Women's Bathrooms At Johns Hopkins UniversityA 28-year-old man was arrested on Sunday for allegedly filming a woman inside a restroom at Johns Hopkins University.
Pierre Gibbons Faces Years Of Recovery After Trying To Save Neighbor From Burning Patterson Park HomeIt was nearly five months ago that Pierre Gibbons was rushed to the hospital in grave condition after running into a burning home to save his neighbor.
More Than A Trip: Psychedelic Drugs Being Used To Help People Quit Smoking In Just One DoseResearchers at Johns Hopkins are using psilocybin to help people quit smoking and now they are looking to see what else psychedelic drugs could help cure.
With Coronavirus Cases Growing, Johns Hopkins Specialized Unit Prepared To Take PatientsAt least 17 people have died from the rapidly spreading coronavirus. China is now quarantining 11 million people to keep the virus from spreading as five airports across the United States have started screening travelers coming from China.
Campus Community Marks 146th Anniversary Of Death Of Johns HopkinsTuesday marks the 146th anniversary of the death of Johns Hopkins, the namesake of the university in Baltimore.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns To Court After Hospital StayThe Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has returned to the court after a two-night stay in a hospital.