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Growing Older with Autism

More adults than ever are living with autism spectrum disorder, and many are finding help at the Johns Hopkins Adult Autism and Developmental Disorders Center.

Understanding the Science of Addiction: A Conversation with Eric Strain

The director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and Research talks about risk factors for opioid addiction.

Across Johns Hopkins, a Summer Job Is More Than ‘Just a Job’

Program offered paid summer internships to a record number of Baltimore City middle and high school students in 2018.

Hopkins History Moments

Neil A. Grauer tells the story of a brilliant but often incomprehensible founder of modern American psychiatry.

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Why Are More Nonsmoking Women Getting Lung Cancer?

At upcoming annual symposium, a Johns Hopkins oncologist will describe her quest for answers.

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Neighbors Convene for Community Conversation

Gathering at Henderson-Hopkins school brings together leaders from neighborhoods, Johns Hopkins.

Tutu Girls Reunite at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

Four young cancer patients shared the bond of sickness, now health.

Q&A with Carolyn Le

The provider with Direct Primary Care answers employee questions about the pilot benefit.

Bound to Fascinate

A chance to see rare medical texts collected by Johns Hopkins professor and hand surgeon Thomas Brushart.

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New Research Building on East Baltimore Campus to Be Named for Henrietta Lacks

The Changing Dynamics of Emergency Psychiatric Care

As more patients come to emergency rooms in mental distress, Johns Hopkins is creating capacity and programs to help.

Howard County General Hospital Adds Child and Adolescent Support Area

Howard County General Hospital adds Child and Adolescent Support Area to its pediatric emergency department.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Streamlines Its Psychiatric ED Care

Social workers, mental health counselors and specialized psychiatric nurses play pivotal roles in the Hopkins Bayview emergency department.

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