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Spring/Summer 2010

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Nature Meets Nurture
Nature Meets Nurture

Through the exploding field of epigenetics, scientists are pinpointing just how the lifestyle paths we take—and don’t take—can change how
our genes behave.

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Features

  • By formally bringing families into every step of their kids' medical care, Hopkins Children's Center has launched a whole new way of operating.
  • In the 23 years Rick Hodes has spent caring for indigent people in Ethiopia — adopting five children along the way — he has touched the lives of thousands.
  • Through the exploding field of epigenetics, scientists are pinpointing just how the lifestyle paths we take--and don't take--can change how our genes behave.

Circling the Dome

Medical Rounds

Hopkins Reader

Annals of Hopkins

  • Who knew? While Hopkins' male physicians served overseas in World War II, on the home front a team of incredible women doctors were keeping the hospital running.

Learning Curve

  • Before I could utter a word, she calmly said, "It's ok, Dr. Munoz. We'll figure out a way to get through this together."

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Editor, Sue De Pasquale; Associate Editor, Ramsey Flynn; Art Director, Max Boam

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