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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University August 18, 2008 | Vol. 37 No. 42

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Look Ma, no gas
Gas prices have you in a tizzy? Meet some of Johns Hopkins' happy eco-commuters

Jay Rubin commutes to his Homewood office in an electric car that runs off household current.

Audrey Huang has a simple philosophy when it comes to her morning commute. "I have legs that work," Huang says. "I might as well use them."
Huang, a senior media relations representative for Johns Hopkins Medicine, bikes to work nearly every day from her home in Charles Village to her office in the Bond Street Wharf building in Fells Point.
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Climate Change Task Force moves ahead on ambitious time line, goals
The university's Climate Change Task Force is halfway home. Now comes the hard part. The task force, convened in January by President William R. Brody, continues to brainstorm initiatives and projects — some of which have already been set in motion — aimed at the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions derived from university operations.
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Low vitamin D levels pose a large threat to health, researchers
Researchers at Johns Hopkins are reporting what is believed to be the most conclusive evidence to date that inadequate levels of vitamin D, obtained from milk, fortified cereals and exposure to sunlight, lead to substantially increased risk of death.
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Hopkins History: Woodrow Wilson, PhD 1886, and the 1912 Democratic Convention

EPP names new chairs for Systems Engineering, Technical Management

Hartwell awards support innovative children's health research

Young Scholars Showcase Summer Research

Aris Melissaratos honored by Greater Baltimore Tech Council

APL's military simulation software is no ordinary game

Baseball song parody lands pair in new book

HIV expert: One step down, two to go in quest to cure AIDS

Public Health: Maternal hand washing saves newborns' lives

Baltimore couple provides clues to longtime HIV mystery

Effective treatment for sickle cell underused by doctors


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