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3. Something that will scare you to death

You probably know cardiovascular disease and cancer are the leading causes of death, but a risk you may not be familiar with is going to the hospital… 98 more words

5 Things You Need To Know This Week

Very Awkward, Terribly Miscommunicated, and Already Mummified First Date

Dating is not what it used to be. My parents met when they were in their late 20s in what Hollywood would call a “meet-cute.” They met at a café, and before you knew it, they were dating, married, having kids, living in the suburbs, and carrying on in the so-called happily-ever-after. 478 more words

Johns Hopkins researchers urge black women to avoid weaves, braids and hair extensions

Johns Hopkins researchers are urging black women to avoid weaves, braids and hair extensions because of the risks of permanent hair loss.

Researchers say that these hair styles, which can pull on the scalp, can contribute to traction alopecia, a form of gradual hair loss, which about one-third of African-American women suffer from. 205 more words


Children at Spring Fair Blissfully Unaware of Drunken Debauchery Surrounding Them

This last weekend, Hopkins students enjoyed the one fun thing they allow themselves to do every year, Spring Fair. The annual event offers activities for students as well as families from the community. 189 more words

Caelin Mooney - Kinder than Necessary

Kinder than Necessary

By Caelin Mooney

My name is Caelin Mooney, I am 22 years old, a future child life specialist, an advocate for children and families, a Godmother, a sister, a cousin, a niece, a daughter… the list could go on and on with labels that pertain to me.  1,407 more words

Courage To Shine News

Big Ideas From the SBCC Summit 2016

So the first and much-awaited International SBCC Summit is now over. Its latent demand was evident in its urgency, enthusiasm, attendance and critical conversations. The three-day event stood out because it brought together professionals who not only had similar skills and interests, but also spoke the same language. 723 more words