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  • Single blood test screens for eight cancer types

    01/19/2018 9:59:19 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 16 replies
    INN ^ | 01/19/18 10:37 | Arutz Sheva Staff/PRNewswire/Asianet Pakistan
    Researchers at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center researchers developed a single blood test that screens for eight common cancer types and helps identify the location of the cancer, AsiaNet Pakistan reported. The test, called CancerSEEK, is a unique noninvasive, multi-analyte test that simultaneously evaluates levels of eight cancer proteins and the presence of cancer gene mutations from circulating DNA in the blood. The test is aimed at screening for eight common cancer types that account for more than 60 percent of cancer deaths in the US. Five of the cancers covered by the test currently have no screening test. “The...
  • Snowflake U

    12/28/2017 1:10:35 PM PST · by Academiadotorg · 32 replies
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | December 28, 2017 | Malcolm A. Kline
    Colleges may not celebrate Christmas, but they have no shortage of snowflakes. "A few years ago, Boston College psychology professor emeritus Peter Gray was invited by the head of counseling services at a major university to a conference on 'the decline in resilience among students,'" Lenore Skenazy and Jonathan Haidt write in the latest issue of Reason magazine. "The organizer said that emergency counseling calls had doubled in the last five years." "What's more, callers were seeking help coping with everyday problems, such as arguments with a roommate. Two students had dialed in because they'd found a mouse in their...
  • Canada won the War of 1812, U.S. historian admits

    09/25/2017 5:13:31 PM PDT · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 80 replies
    NATIONAL POST ^ | 11/27/11 | RANDY BOSWELL
    In a relatively rare admission for an American scholar, a leading U.S. historian who authored a provocative new tome about North American military conflicts states bluntly that Canada won the War of 1812. Johns Hopkins University professor Eliot Cohen, a senior adviser to former U.S. secretary of state Condoleezza Rice, writes in his just-published book Conquered Into Liberty that, “ultimately, Canada and Canadians won the War of 1812.” And Cohen acknowledges that, “Americans at the time, and, by and large, since, did not see matters that way.”
  • Human Rights Campaign Attacks Johns Hopkins prof’s research

    05/04/2017 8:13:05 AM PDT · by Academiadotorg · 10 replies
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | May 4, 2017 | Spencer Irvine
    A study conducted by former psychiatrist-in-chief at Johns Hopkins University, Paul McHugh, and a colleague of his, were blasted by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), a group representing the LGBT community, the College Fix reported. The HRC knocked 25 points off JHU's rating on the Health Equality Index (HEI) the group compiles. The group wants the university to disavow the study. So far, the administrators have not done so. Nonetheless, three professors from JHU's Bloomberg School wrote an op-ed critical of the McHugh study which appeared in The Baltimore Sun. Also, a petition protesting the McHugh report is circulating at...
  • Johns Hopkins Researcher Responds After Over 500 Experts Condemn His Sexuality, Gender Report

    03/31/2017 3:11:21 AM PDT · by markomalley · 98 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 3/29/17 | Samuel Smith
    Nearly 600 health experts have signed onto a letter condemning a 143-page report issued last year by two distinguished scholars at Johns Hopkins University that argued there isn't enough scientific evidence to suggest that people are born with a certain sexual orientation or gender identity. As previously reported, Paul McHugh, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins, and Johns Hopkins scholar-in-residence Lawrence Mayer authored a report on sexuality and gender published in The New Atlantis last August that, among other things, refuted claims that sexual orientation and gender dysphoria are caused by natural traits and innate behavior.Although...
  • Johns Hopkins’ Top [snowflake] Psychotherapist Releases Terrifying Diagnosis Of President Trump

    01/27/2017 7:03:27 PM PST · by AndyJackson · 87 replies
    Bipartisan Report ^ | January 27, 2017 | Olive Murphy
    If there’s one thing we can say about Donald Trump, it’s that he’s unlike any other world leader we’ve seen to date. The problem, however, is that his differences fail to set him apart in a positive manner. Almost daily, Trump tweets about the “biased media,” “fake news,” or a world leader who has suddenly done something so terrible that he must take to Twitter to publicly berate them. Notice, however, that it’s always someone else with the problem. It’s never him. However, John D. Gartner, a registered psychotherapist from the renowned Johns Hopkins University Medical School seems to think...
  • Johns Hopkins Study: Hands Up, Don't Shoot

    11/17/2016 9:48:03 AM PST · by Academiadotorg · 3 replies
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | November 13, 2016 | Spencer Irvine
    In a recent study published by Johns Hopkins University, entitled "Firearms on College Campuses: Research Evidence and Policy Implications," ten authors push back against the campus carry movement, whereby state legislatures have given college students the right to carry firearms on college campuses in light of mass shootings. Although the researchers gave a detailed background on the progression of the campus carry movement, complete with brief summaries of court cases on campus carry, the authors' anti-gun narratives are apparent throughout the study. The authors make twenty-four references to gun rights advocate and author John Lott and focus on an attempt...
  • Outcry over Study that Challenges LGBTQ Narrative

    09/07/2016 7:40:06 AM PDT · by Academiadotorg · 35 replies
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | September 7, 2016 | Spencer Irvine
    The Left and LGBTQ community are in an uproar over a recent study published in The New Atlantis scientific journal, which confronts the oft-repeated narrative that homosexuality is innate. At Patheos, college psychology professor Warren Throckmorton took issue with several parts of the study. He believes that the study "was not a study, but a review and summary of empirical studies." He was not pleased that The New Atlantis journal is not peer-reviewed, and claims that the co-author, Lawrence Mayer, "is not well known in sexuality research circles" and alleges that the study omitted other studies and research. Throckmorton also...
  • Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist Challenges LGBTQ narrative

    09/06/2016 8:56:37 AM PDT · by Academiadotorg · 17 replies
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | September 6, 2016 | Spencer Irvine
    A literature review, which is often called a study by the media, conducted by Johns Hopkins professor Dr. Paul R. McHugh and epidemiologist Dr. Lawrence S. Mayer has led to an outcry by the Left and LGBTQ community due to their findings. McHugh is a University Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and had served as a psychiatrist-in-chief for the Johns Hopkins University Hospital and Mayer works at the Arizona State University. In the executive summary, the authors point out that: â—Ź "The understanding of sexual orientation as an innate, biologically fixed property of...
  • Gender Ideologues Trade Stereotypes

    09/02/2016 7:26:17 AM PDT · by Academiadotorg · 2 replies
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | September 2, 2016 | Malcolm A. Kline
    In their rush to provide a warm, inclusive and diverse environment for all, save--of course--Christians and conservatives, university officials might want to ask themselves whether they are becoming what Pope Francis called "gender ideologues" and engaging in their own stereotyping. Not far from our office in Bethesda, Maryland, in College Park, "The University of Maryland has been named to Campus Pride's 2016 'Best of the Best' Top 30 list of LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities" for promoting "diversity, inclusion and safety for LGBTQ students." Further away, in Richmond, Virginia's state capital, Virginia Commonwealth University is celebrating "forty years of LGBTQ activism."...
  • Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist: ‘There Is No Gay Gene’

    07/21/2016 9:51:16 PM PDT · by Mr. Mojo · 56 replies
    CNS News ^ | July 21, 2016 | Michael W. Chapman
    Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University and former psychiatrist–in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital, who has studied sexuality for 40 years, said it is a scientific fact that “there is no gay gene.” “Environment,” however, “is very important,” said Dr. McHugh, author of The Mind Has Mountains: Reflections on Society and Psychiatry. He also explained that the permissive sexual culture in the United States today has confused “desire” with “love,” and that homosexuality is a false or “erroneous desire.” In an interview with Virtue Online: The Voice for Global Orthodox Anglicanism, reporter Lydia...
  • Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist: Transgender is ‘Mental Disorder;' Sex Change ‘Biologically Impossible’

    05/02/2016 10:27:03 PM PDT · by Mr. Mojo · 109 replies
    CNS News ^ | 6/2/15 | Michael W. Chapman
    (CNSNews.com) -- Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its current Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, said that transgenderism is a “mental disorder” that merits treatment, that sex change is “biologically impossible,” and that people who promote sexual reassignment surgery are collaborating with and promoting a mental disorder. Dr. McHugh, the author of six books and at least 125 peer-reviewed medical articles, made his remarks in a recent commentary in the Wall Street Journal, where he explained that transgender surgery is not the solution for people who suffer a “disorder of ‘assumption’” – the notion...
  • D.C.-Area Archaeology Event: Ancient Libraries in Rome

    03/02/2016 3:10:45 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 25 replies
    Biblical Archaeology Society ^ | Tuesday, March 1, 2016 | Staff
    On Sunday, March 6, 2016, Dr. Pier Luigi Tucci, Assistant Professor of Roman Art and Architecture at Johns Hopkins University, will deliver the lecture "Ancient Libraries in Rome: Reconstruction of the Bibliotheca of the Templum Pacis" in the Washington, D.C. area. The event is hosted by the Biblical Archaeology Society of Northern Virginia (BASONOVA) and Biblical Archaeology Forum (BAF). The Templum Pacis (Temple of Peace) was built by the Flavian emperor Vespasian in 75 C.E. near the Roman Forum. It commemorated both the end of the Jewish war and the civil strife that had followed the death of Nero...
  • (New Essay by) Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist: It Is Starkly, Nakedly False That Sex Change Is Possible

    06/17/2015 9:11:58 AM PDT · by xzins · 68 replies
    CNS ^ | June 17, 2015 | Paul McHugh
    The idea that one’s sex is a feeling, not a fact, has permeated our culture and is leaving casualties in its wake. Gender dysphoria should be treated with psychotherapy, not surgery. For forty years as the University Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School—twenty-six of which were also spent as Psychiatrist in Chief of Johns Hopkins Hospital—I’ve been studying people who claim to be transgender. Over that time, I’ve watched the phenomenon change and expand in remarkable ways. A rare issue of a few men—both homosexual and heterosexual men, including some who sought sex-change surgery because they...
  • Patient with Ebola-like symptoms taken to Johns Hopkins hospital

    05/31/2015 5:43:01 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 24 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | May 31, 2015 | Ashley Halsey III
    Emergency workers in hazmat gear visited a Baltimore neighborhood Sunday to transport a person showing Ebola-like symptoms to Johns Hopkins Hospital for testing, city officials said. “The testing is being done out of an abundance of caution,” Baltimore health commissioner Leana Wen said in a statement. “All protocols have been followed for safe transport of the patient and the system is working as intended. There is no danger to the public at large.” The person was collected by emergency personnel wearing hazmat gear near the intersection of West North Avenue and Maryland Avenue around midday Sunday, according to a police...
  • EPA Regulates Without Science

    05/04/2015 7:10:18 AM PDT · by Academiadotorg · 7 replies
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | May 3, 2015 | Malcolm A. Kline
    When academic studies back up Obama Administration policies, you will never hear the end of them. When they don’t, you will never hear the beginning of them. Take, for example, the recent study by Johns Hopkins University examining the science behind new EPA regulations. “A new study authored by a research team led by Dr. Corrine Keet of John’s Hopkins Children’s Center has found no link between outdoor air pollution and childhood asthma,” Alyssa Carducci writes in Environment & Climate News. “Dr. Keet’s team followed 23,000 U.S. children and found no statistically significant difference in asthma rates between those who...
  • Chick-fil-A’s Microaggression Threatens to Melt Campus Snowflakes

    04/25/2015 9:23:20 AM PDT · by NOBO2012 · 40 replies
    Michelle Obama's Mirror ^ | 4-25-2015 | MOTUS
    Via Pundit Press: Johns Hopkins University has banned Chick-fil-A from its campus saying that the restaurant is a “microaggression” against its students.In an 18-8 vote, the Student Government Association at Johns Hopkins voted not to “support the proposal of a Chick-fil-A, in a current or future sense, particularly on any location that is central to student life.” After all, how can your campus be a safe place if you allow the presence of restaurant whose CEO doesn’t agree with your stance on gay marriage? And besides, all those Chick-fil-A chicken “strips” “nuggets” and “biscuits” – they could serve as “triggers”...
  • Johns Hopkins University Votes to Ban Chick-fil-A From Campus

    04/24/2015 6:58:43 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 39 replies
    TIME ^ | 04/24/2015 | Sarah Begley
    Students at Johns Hopkins University voted this week to ask the school’s administrators to prevent Chick-fil-A from opening a store on campus. Citing Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy’s opposition to gay marriage, students said the presence of the chain on campus would be a microaggression against LGBT members of the community, Eater reports. Though the Student Government Association approved the resolution, the move is purely hypothetical: there’s no indication that the Johns Hopkins administration was in negotiations with Chick-fil-A, though some students had wondered whether the chain might open a location in a new building under construction on campus.
  • Likely US presidential candidate: Egyptian option should be examined to solve Israeli-Arab conflict

    12/19/2014 7:47:12 AM PST · by Freeport · 32 replies
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | 12.19.2014 | N/A
    Ben Carson, on his first visit here, tells ‘Post’ he is not sure that a Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria ‘makes sense,’ and that Israeli settlement construction is ‘blown out of proportion.’ Retired neurosurgeon and aspiring US politician Ben Carson could walk down the streets of Jerusalem, shout at the top of his lungs “I am Ben Carson,” and almost no one would know who he is. At least not yet. But that could change very quickly as the 2016 US presidential campaign picks up speed, and Carson gains traction. And if recent polls are any indication, the 63-yearold...
  • Finalists named for $10m Star Trek 'tricorder' X Prize

    10/21/2014 7:53:34 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies
    BBC News Technology blog ^ | August 27, 2014 | Edwin Lane, technology reporter
    The Star Trek tricorder diagnosed any illness at once.Ten finalists have been chosen in a $10m (Ł6m) competition to develop a real-life "tricorder" - the medical scanner used in the Star Trek series.The Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize, launched last year, challenges anyone to develop a wireless device capable of detecting a range of diseases. The technology employs sensors and imaging to measure vital signs and diagnose conditions non-invasively. X Prize officials said the technology was now "fact, not science fiction". The 10 finalists come from a range of backgrounds, including universities, medical device manufacturers and tech start-ups. One research team...