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Sun reporterArt Modell doesn't make road trips anymore. He no longer endures marathon work weeks, either. As for major decisions around the Ravens, let's just say it's a choice between baked chicken and prime rib at the team's cafeteria. Modell's reign as majority...
Sun StaffThere were warning signs in the months before 11-year-old Arthur Lee Wiley became deathly ill. The severely disabled boy was kept in bed so long he moaned in pain. He suffered a broken leg for reasons no one has ever determined. By February 2002, his...
Sun StaffTwo new studies on the effects of lead exposure to be released this week suggest that the toxin commonly found in household paints made before 1960 may stunt normal brain growth and could contribute to patterns of violent crime. The reports - to be...
Office for Human Research Protections 6100 Executive Boulevard, Suite 3B01 National Institutes of Health (MSC 7507) Rockville, Maryland 20892-7507 July 22, 2001 Edward D. Miller, M.D. Dean and Chief Executive Officer Johns Hopkins Medicine The Johns...
Sun StaffThe claims are everywhere: on posters and T-shirts, on the Internet and in books, even sometimes headlining the national news. Thomas Jefferson's eccentricities were actually a form of autism. Albert Einstein's genius flourished despite a learning...
Sun StaffA federal agency lifted a suspension of human medical research at the Johns Hopkins University yesterday but frustrated school officials by imposing severe restrictions that will likely delay full resumption of research for months. While regulators...
Sun StaffA state delegate is proposing to introduce legislation that would strengthen protections for volunteers in medical experiments and open up the records of university review boards to public scrutiny. Del. James W. Hubbard, a Democrat from Prince George'...
Of The Morning CallWhen Corinna and Alan Kline adopted a Bulgarian child born without a hand and with social and developmental delays, they expected a tough adjustment. They knew it would take time for their daughter Lalka to bond with them and their three biological...
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Sun ReporterThe Chimes, a highly respected, Baltimore-based nonprofit group that provides jobs and care for the disabled, paid three top executives $2.44 million over three years that it failed to disclose in Internal Revenue Service filings of Chimes Inc. and its...
Sun StaffHealth authorities ruled out two potential SARS cases in Maryland Thursday, but three members of a Millersville family who traveled recently to China were in isolation at home after one developed symptoms of the deadly respiratory ailment. Anne Arundel...
Patricia L. Welch - Chairwoman of the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners - Appointed in 1997 - Dean of the School of Education and Urban Studies, Morgan State University Samuel Stringfield - Vice chairman of the Baltimore City Board of...
Sun StaffA 40-year-old Baltimore doctor who developed symptoms of SARS after a trip to Toronto was admitted yesterday to Johns Hopkins Hospital - two days after he showed up sick for work at another local hospital and was sent home. Health officials said the...
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