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The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center leads the field in scientific inquiry and sets the pace in the race to cure cancer. Our doctors and researchers are at the vanguard of discovery, implementation and treatment. Our podcast provides a glimpse at the work they do to combat cancer and the leading care that our state-of-the-art facilities provide.
 
DOUG HOPKINS FLIPPIN' REAL ESTATE RADIO PROGRAM Personally involved in over 15,000 real estate transactions, Doug now brings his no nonsense approach to buying, selling, investing and profiting to the radio. Learn from the best flippin' real estate agent in America and find your next home or investment property. Call now to ask Doug and the team your real estate question. The on air lines are now open (323) 577-9330.
 
Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–89) was an English poet, educated at Oxford. Entering the Roman Catholic Church in 1866 and the Jesuit novitiate in 1868, he was ordained in 1877. Upon becoming a Jesuit he burned much of his early verse and abandoned the writing of poetry. However, the sinking in 1875 of a German ship carrying five Franciscan nuns, exiles from Germany, inspired him to write one of his most impressive poems “The Wreck of the Deutschland.” Thereafter he produced his best poetry, in ...
 
This serious, yet witty and hilarious, romantic comedy by Samuel Hopkins Adams is a must read/listen! From the very beginning it intrigues you with the troubles and feminine woes of young Miss Darcy Cole. Being a dowdy, unkempt fledgling lady, she finds herself in a mirthful fix after telling a whopper to her room-mates in order to save face from her severely lacking personal life. Resentful and jealous of most all other women, and contemplating suicide, she turns to actress Gloria Greene fo ...
 
Join us on Thursdays at 2:00 pm est and 11:00 am pacific. Stay tuned for interesting new guests and topics. We have added a new show with a completely new format. It will be extremely local featuring the Willamette Valley In Oregon. The home of the great wine country, fabulous universities, unique communities and special individuals who make it all happen. So stay tuned for our new format show on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm pacific time.
 
Hagar's Daughter was first published serially in "The Colored American Magazine" in 1901-1902 by Pauline E. Hopkins, a prominent African-American novelist, journalist, historian, and playwright. The book was described as "a powerful narrative of love and intrigue, founded on events which happened in the exciting times immediately following the assassination of President Lincoln: a story of the Republic in the power of Southern caste prejudice toward the Negro." (From the January, 1901, issue ...
 
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In this episode, Program Coordinator Collin Paschall speaks with recent M.A. in Government graduate Walker Wright about his experience writing his thesis, focusing on international commerce and relations.JHU Center for Advanced Governmental Studies による
 
Dr Bill Nelson and Dr Elizabeth Jaffee discuss the creation of Break Through Cancer, a new collaborative partnership between The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, The Dana Farber Cancer Institute, The Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center that will help acceler…
 
What is the story of Hong Kong? In our first episode for our new NARRATIVE series, Up to Speed, POFA tells the story of Hong Kong’s rise, its earth-shaking protests, and its future under the newly imposed National Security Law. Up to Speed: The Story of Hong Kong If you liked this narrative style, or hated it, please let us know! Shoot us an email …
 
Anchor lead: If you’ve been told you snore, following up with your physician is likely a good idea, Elizabeth Tracey reports Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, most often is identified when someone is told they snore. Robin Yang, a surgeon who specializes in the condition at Johns Hopkins, says OSA isn’t just a nuisance for […]…
 
Anchor lead: Women who get vaccinated for Covid-19 may develop swollen lymph nodes, Elizabeth Tracey reports Covid-19 immunizations may cause the lymph nodes in the armpit, or axilla, to become swollen and tender for a time. Women who experience this side effect need not worry that they’ve suddenly developed breast cancer. That’s according to Willi…
 
It was recently announced that Chuck Feeney, the Irish American former airport duty free shopping entrepreneur who was worth $8bn, had, at the age of 89, succeeded in his goal of giving away all of his money to initiatives working to make the world a better place. Every cent. He suggested that to give away a huge fortune was far more fun than holdi…
 
Health care is complicated, and it’s always changing. Through this new Johns Hopkins School of Nursing podcast, host Mona Shattell, PhD, MSN, RN, FAAN, will take a deep dive into the details of today’s health care and host guests from across the field to talk about the latest trends in care, policy implications that affect our communities, and more…
 
Melissa Stundick, PhD is the VP of Business Development at Spero Therapeutics, a clinical-stage biotech company that develops treatments for multidrug-resistant bacterial infections. In this episode, Melissa shares her journey from PhD to Lead Associate at the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton to Chief of the Anti-Infectives Program at BARDA to h…
 
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and in this Kimmel in DC podcast, Dr Ashwani Rajput speaks with Dr Valerie Lee about the importance of screening as well as the diagnosis and treatment for patients who develop the disease.Ashwani Rajput による
 
Anchor lead: If you’ve been told you snore, following up with your physician is likely a good idea, Elizabeth Tracey reports Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, most often is identified when someone is told they snore. Robin Yang, a surgeon who specializes in the condition at Johns Hopkins, says OSA isn’t just a nuisance for […]…
 
Anchor lead: If you’ve been told you snore, following up with your physician is likely a good idea, Elizabeth Tracey reports Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, most often is identified when someone is told they snore. Robin Yang, a surgeon who specializes in the condition at Johns Hopkins, says OSA isn’t just a nuisance for […]…
 
Anchor lead: A lot of people have put off routine cancer screening during the pandemic, and that may lead to more precise use of screening tools, Elizabeth Tracey reports PSA testing, screening colonoscopy, and other cancer screenings have often fallen by the wayside during the COVID-19 pandemic. The next several months will reveal to what […]…
 
Anchor lead: A lot of people have put off routine cancer screening during the pandemic, and that may lead to more precise use of screening tools, Elizabeth Tracey reports PSA testing, screening colonoscopy, and other cancer screenings have often fallen by the wayside during the COVID-19 pandemic. The next several months will reveal to what […]…
 
Anchor lead: A lot of people have put off routine cancer screening during the pandemic, and that may lead to more precise use of screening tools, Elizabeth Tracey reports PSA testing, screening colonoscopy, and other cancer screenings have often fallen by the wayside during the COVID-19 pandemic. The next several months will reveal to what […]…
 
Anchor lead: If you’ve survived breast cancer, how long should you continue annual screening mammography? Elizabeth Tracey reports If you’ve survived breast cancer and are now in your 70s or beyond, do you still need to have screening mammography? That question was examined in a recent study, and William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer […]…
 
Anchor lead: If you’ve survived breast cancer, how long should you continue annual screening mammography? Elizabeth Tracey reports If you’ve survived breast cancer and are now in your 70s or beyond, do you still need to have screening mammography? That question was examined in a recent study, and William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer […]…
 
Anchor lead: If you’ve survived breast cancer, how long should you continue annual screening mammography? Elizabeth Tracey reports If you’ve survived breast cancer and are now in your 70s or beyond, do you still need to have screening mammography? That question was examined in a recent study, and William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer […]…
 
Anchor lead: Women who get vaccinated for Covid-19 may develop swollen lymph nodes, Elizabeth Tracey reports Covid-19 immunizations may cause the lymph nodes in the armpit, or axilla, to become swollen and tender for a time. Women who experience this side effect need not worry that they’ve suddenly developed breast cancer. That’s according to Willi…
 
Anchor lead: Women who get vaccinated for Covid-19 may develop swollen lymph nodes, Elizabeth Tracey reports Covid-19 immunizations may cause the lymph nodes in the armpit, or axilla, to become swollen and tender for a time. Women who experience this side effect need not worry that they’ve suddenly developed breast cancer. That’s according to Willi…
 
Anchor lead: Women who get vaccinated for Covid-19 may develop swollen lymph nodes, Elizabeth Tracey reports Covid-19 immunizations may cause the lymph nodes in the armpit, or axilla, to become swollen and tender for a time. Women who experience this side effect need not worry that they’ve suddenly developed breast cancer. That’s according to Willi…
 
Anchor lead: A new study suggests quite a few people who look to be headed to develop diabetes may not, Elizabeth Tracey reports Prediabetes refers to a host of conditions such as elevated blood markers that seem to point the way toward frank diabetes, but now a new study that breaks people with the condition […]…
 
Anchor lead: A new study suggests quite a few people who look to be headed to develop diabetes may not, Elizabeth Tracey reports Prediabetes refers to a host of conditions such as elevated blood markers that seem to point the way toward frank diabetes, but now a new study that breaks people with the condition […]…
 
Anchor lead: A new study suggests quite a few people who look to be headed to develop diabetes may not, Elizabeth Tracey reports Prediabetes refers to a host of conditions such as elevated blood markers that seem to point the way toward frank diabetes, but now a new study that breaks people with the condition […]…
 
On his first day in office, President Joe Biden revoked the Keystone Pipeline’s permit, all but shutting down construction. But, why did the Biden Administration decide to do this? What has made the Keystone Pipeline so controversial in the United States? And what does that mean for the future of US-Canada relations? Joining us today on the podcast…
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Mike Armstrong and Eric Vohr about their new book, Cancer with Hope, which chronicles how hope and purpose helped Mike and other cancer patients manage the many challenges associated with this devastating disease. Learn more about the book here: jhupbooks.press.jhu.edu/title/cancer-hope…
 
Anchor lead: If you have diabetes what you eat really does make a difference, Elizabeth Tracey reports Low carb diets do help people with diabetes improve their health, a recent meta-analysis found, although the benefits seemed to wane after a year. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, did a study finding a similar […]…
 
Anchor lead: If you have diabetes what you eat really does make a difference, Elizabeth Tracey reports Low carb diets do help people with diabetes improve their health, a recent meta-analysis found, although the benefits seemed to wane after a year. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, did a study finding a similar […]…
 
Anchor lead: If you have diabetes what you eat really does make a difference, Elizabeth Tracey reports Low carb diets do help people with diabetes improve their health, a recent meta-analysis found, although the benefits seemed to wane after a year. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, did a study finding a similar […]…
 
Anchor lead: How can the impact of carbohydrates be tested best? Elizabeth Tracey reports Carbohydrate consumption may be an important tool in helping control diabetes, a new meta-analysis suggests, and most helpful is knowing which carbs to avoid. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, says there is data on that. Kalyani: The best […]…
 
Anchor lead: How can the impact of carbohydrates be tested best? Elizabeth Tracey reports Carbohydrate consumption may be an important tool in helping control diabetes, a new meta-analysis suggests, and most helpful is knowing which carbs to avoid. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, says there is data on that. Kalyani: The best […]…
 
Anchor lead: How can the impact of carbohydrates be tested best? Elizabeth Tracey reports Carbohydrate consumption may be an important tool in helping control diabetes, a new meta-analysis suggests, and most helpful is knowing which carbs to avoid. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, says there is data on that. Kalyani: The best […]…
 
Anchor lead: What is the impact of a low carbohydrate diet in people with diabetes? Elizabeth Tracey reports Low carbohydrate diets seem to go in and out of favor, with a recent analysis of studies looking at their impact on those with diabetes. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, says there did seem […]…
 
Anchor lead: What is the impact of a low carbohydrate diet in people with diabetes? Elizabeth Tracey reports Low carbohydrate diets seem to go in and out of favor, with a recent analysis of studies looking at their impact on those with diabetes. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, says there did seem […]…
 
Anchor lead: What is the impact of a low carbohydrate diet in people with diabetes? Elizabeth Tracey reports Low carbohydrate diets seem to go in and out of favor, with a recent analysis of studies looking at their impact on those with diabetes. Rita Kalyani, a diabetes expert at Johns Hopkins, says there did seem […]…
 
Anchor lead: Many healthcare workers have died in this pandemic, Elizabeth Tracey reports Almost 3000 healthcare workers in the US had died of Covid-19 at the end of December 2020, Kaiser Health News reports. Patricia Davidson, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, says she can only imagine what an outcry there would be […]…
 
Anchor lead: Many healthcare workers have died in this pandemic, Elizabeth Tracey reports Almost 3000 healthcare workers in the US had died of Covid-19 at the end of December 2020, Kaiser Health News reports. Patricia Davidson, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, says she can only imagine what an outcry there would be […]…
 
Anchor lead: Many healthcare workers have died in this pandemic, Elizabeth Tracey reports Almost 3000 healthcare workers in the US had died of Covid-19 at the end of December 2020, Kaiser Health News reports. Patricia Davidson, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, says she can only imagine what an outcry there would be […]…
 
Anchor lead: Many healthcare workers have died in this pandemic, Elizabeth Tracey reports Almost 3000 healthcare workers in the US had died of Covid-19 at the end of December 2020, Kaiser Health News reports. Patricia Davidson, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, says she can only imagine what an outcry there would be […]…
 
Anchor lead: Even as the pandemic slows down, clinicians are wearier than ever, Elizabeth Tracey reports Long shifts at the hospital, constantly wearing personal protective equipment, worrying about whether you might bring home Covid-19 to family and friends, and high rates of death. Many studies are pointing to these factors as important in the hi…
 
Anchor lead: Even as the pandemic slows down, clinicians are wearier than ever, Elizabeth Tracey reports Long shifts at the hospital, constantly wearing personal protective equipment, worrying about whether you might bring home Covid-19 to family and friends, and high rates of death. Many studies are pointing to these factors as important in the hi…
 
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