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  • Robots making move in Maryland’s medical field

    Maryland Daily Record - Dr. Nicholas Theodore, director of the Neurosurgical Spine Center at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, invented the spine surgery robot called ExcelsiusGPS. This technology marries imaging of the spine to the patient and allows surgeons to place instrumentation into the spine with unprecedented accuracy and safety, he said.

  • Women get Alzheimer’s way more than men — and stress could help explain why

    Popular Science - A new study from Johns Hopkins suggests cumulative stress can have an outsize effect on women’s memories, pointing to a possible reason why women experience dementia and related illnesses at a much higher rate than men.


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