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Johns Hopkins Resumes Talks With Union Over Wages

A union representing 2,000 environmental services and kitchen workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital is in negotiations with the medical institution over workers’ wages after Gov. Martin O’Malley stepped in to stop a planned four-day strike.

07/01/2014

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Johns Hopkins Students’ Info Discovered Online

Johns Hopkins University officials are alerting more than 2,000 graduate students that their personal information has been discovered on the Internet.

04/28/2014

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Study: Some Beers, Liquors More Likely To Land Consumers in ER

Some beers and liquors are more likely to land you in the emergency room than others, according to a study conducted at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

08/18/2013

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Johns Hopkins: Gynecologist Hid Camera Inside Pen

A Johns Hopkins Hospital gynecologist accused of secretly videotaping patients wore a pen around his neck that may have been used to conceal a camera, according to the employee who reported the doctor.

02/27/2013

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Gynecologist Under Investigation for Taping Patients Found Dead

A former Johns Hopkins Hospital gynecologist suspected of secretly recording patients has been found dead at his Towson home.

02/19/2013

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Johns Hopkins Doctor Found Dead

A Johns Hopkins gynecologist who was under investigation was found dead in his home Monday morning.

02/18/2013

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D.C. Female Condom Program Likely Saved $6 Million

An effort by the District of Columbia to increase the use of female condoms, the lesser-known equivalent of the male condom, likely prevented 23 new HIV infections and saved taxpayers $6 million in its first year, according to a new study.

03/26/2012