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Sommer Scholars have a knack—and a need—for founding NGOs.
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A kid’s autism risk skyrockets when mom is obese and diabetic.
Furry friends might be immunity boosters against MRSA.
Our well-being—individually and as a society—depends on mindfulness.
Drug safety expert G. Caleb Alexander and Clinton Health Matters Initiative CEO Rain Henderson focus on solutions to America’s prescription opioid epidemic.
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Susan Sherman wants the high-risk world of Baltimore’s strip clubs to be safer for the women who work in them.
William Henry Welch is the School’s origin story, the point-source of the chain reaction of discovery from one cohort of researchers to the next.