Even when a town wants to open a new hospital to make up for a lack of health care, the challenges can be enormous

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So they’re starting their own. A group of major American hospitals, battered by price spikes on old drugs and long-lasting shortages of critical medicines, has launched a mission-driven, not-for-profit generic drug company, Civica Rx, to take some control over the drug supply

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An effort led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs aims to combat the social and cultural stigmas that prevent some men in parts of Africa from knowing their HIV status

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Cities seeking to open sites where illegal drug users are monitored to prevent overdoses responded defiantly Tuesday to a Justice Department threat to take “swift and aggressive action” against that approach to the nationwide opioid epidemic

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Diabetic ketoacidosis is a terrible way to die. It’s what happens when you don’t have enough insulin. Your blood sugar gets so high that your blood becomes highly acidic, your cells dehydrate, and your body stops functioning

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Lost in the Storm

August 31, 2018

Houston thought it was prepared for a major hurricane like Harvey. But as the flooding overwhelmed the city’s emergency systems, families like the Daileys found out too late that they were on their own

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Recent graduate from the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, Rob Stenzel, MBE, explains why deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein’s ideas are so misinformed

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n the last month, an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus has spread throughout the country’s troubled North Kivu province. The DRC has been able to contain Ebola outbreaks in the past, quelling one in the west of the country in July that killed 33 people

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