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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University October 13, 2008 | Vol. 38 No. 7

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Johns Hopkins' consumer health maven
Simeon Margolis' passion is delivering medical info the public can trust

For 20 years, Simeon Margolis, a professor of medicine and biological chemistry, has been the man behind 'Health After 50' and Johns Hopkins' white papers addressing ailments from diabetes to prostate disease.

To say that Simeon Margolis, a professor of medicine and biological chemistry at the School of Medicine, has an attention to detail might be a supreme understatement. Case in point: Margolis pulls out the "final" proof of a recent edition of the Johns Hopkins medical letter, Health After 50, a publication he's overseen since its founding by an outside publisher in 1988.
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A critical time for giving
The university's 2008 United Way of Central Maryland campaign, which kicks off today, will be shorter, greener and more imperative than ever before, according to campaign leadership.
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SPH expands role in National Children's Study
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has been selected to expand its role as a study center in the National Children's Study. At a briefing held Oct. 8, officials from the National Institutes of Health announced that the Bloomberg School would oversee recruitment of study volunteers from Montgomery County, Md., in collaboration with colleagues from the Johns Hopkins Montgomery County campus and from local health agencies. In addition, the Johns Hopkins-based research team will continue to recruit study participants from neighborhoods in Baltimore County.
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President William R. Brody to head Salk Institute in California

New MESSENGER photos reveal Mercury as never seen before

Carey Business School launches 'Leaders & Legends lecture series

Get moving: Early mobility better than bed rest for ICU patients

Parents may underreport smoking

Benjamin T. Rome Deanship in the Whiting School of Engineering


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