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Hyperlocal Hotspots

Hyperlocal Hotspots

Increasingly, researchers are looking to localized "hotspots" for help in combating age-old diseases.

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Education's New Era

Education's New Era

Through Coursera, the Bloomberg School refreshes its commitment to online education.

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Malarial Gut Check

Malarial Gut Check

Marcelo Jacobs-Lorena turns his antimalarial focus to taming bacteria in the mosquito midgut.

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HIV’s Confounding Superpowers

HIV’s Confounding Superpowers

New research on HIV superinfection suggests that the virus is more cunning than ever.

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Departments

Open Mike
We need to stop the epidemic of prescription drug overdoses.

Frontiers of Public Health
Stephen Teret trains students to use a potent, lifesaving tool: the law.

AfterWords
My dad was a great driver. Then he wasn’t.

Letters to the Editor
Stopping the silent epidemic; a father’s search for answers.

The Last Pixel: Driving the Globe
For aging drivers worldwide, letting go of their wheels—whether they propel a bicycle or a car—is rarely easy.

Accolades
Researcher Chris Beyrer reflects on the latest international AIDS conference and his plans for a global AIDS organization. Plus faculty honors.

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Awards
Johns Hopkins Public Health magazine has won numerous awards for stories and special issues on sex and health, malaria, asthma, the dangers of field research, as well as Islam and public health.

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Better Inflammation

Better Inflammation

Scientists want to tweak the body’s inflammatory response: keeping the good parts and shutting down the bad.

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