NRLB: More Evidence Johns Hopkins Tried To Stop Union EffortThe National Labor Relations Board has found more evidence that Johns Hopkins Hospital officials have restricted the rights of nurses trying to unionize.
Exhibit Offers Portraits Of Mummified Ancient EgyptiansA team of researchers is giving people a chance to see the faces of two Egyptian women who walked the earth about 2,300 years ago.
National Labor Relations Board: Johns Hopkins Tried To Deter Nurses From UnionizingThe National Labor Relations Board has found evidence Johns Hopkins Hospital tried to impede a union drive by registered nurses.
Court Says Hopkins Doctor Had Protection As Expert WitnessA federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the families of coal miners who were denied benefits for black lung disease after a Johns Hopkins doctor insisted X-rays did not show the disease.
Young Cancer Patients Get A Break From Treatment With The Help Of AmazonThe Amazon fulfillment center became Camp Amazon for children undergoing cancer treatments at Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Center.
Baltimore Police Facing Backlash For Special Patrols Around HopkinsThe Baltimore City Police Department is facing criticism for deploying some of its officers to help with security near Johns Hopkins facilities.
Bacon Is Bad For Your Mental Health, Researchers SayProcessed meats like bacon and hot dogs are bad for your mental health, researchers say.
Accidental Tuberculosis Release Causes Hazmat Scare At Johns HopkinsBaltimore City Fire has secured Johns Hopkins Hospital after people in one building may have been exposed to tuberculosis during the transfer of a frozen vial between buildings.
Injured Afghanistan Vet Receives 1st Total Penis, Scrotum TransplantThe Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team has successfully performed the first total penis and scrotum transplant in the world.
Transformative Technology At Hopkins Allows Boy With Scoliosis To Live Normal LifeA child having to undergo any type of surgery is traumatic. For children with early onset scoliosis, it used to require a surgery every six months to straighten their spine.
UMBC and Johns Hopkins Look to Extend Viability of Organs For TransplantExperts from the University of Maryland, Baltimore and Johns Hopkins University are looking to extend the time that it takes for the heart, lungs, and liver to deteriorate outside the body during a transplant.
Top Leader Of Antigua, Barbuda Hopeful Hopkins Can Lend Helpful Hand After IrmaWeeks after Hurricane Irma devastated the nation of Antigua and Barbuda, one of their top leaders was in Baltimore discussing the damage.