Spirituality and Healthy Eating | Returning to the Roots

Spirituality and Healthy Eating | Returning to the Roots

[MUSIC] With the largest fries, biggest drink. And when we look at what we’re doing is we super-sized, we sold ourselves out, basically, for $0.40. Because you’ve added on not only calories, but you’re doing things that will clog the arteries, you’re elevating blood sugar levels, for $0.40 more. Easy to do that, isn’t it?>>Yeah.>>And […]

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Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership 101

Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership 101

[MUSIC] Big ideas thrill us. They can change the way we see things. Sometimes they change the world. And what appears to be one persons bright idea, more often than not is a team effort. And just like cars need roads and gas stations, and mechanics, great ideas need a network. The Johns Hopkins Community […]

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Colony Names by Shmoop

Colony Names by Shmoop

How the Colonies Got Their Names, a la Shmoop You ever wonder how things get their names? Ottomans? Chevrolets? Oprah? What about this country? Where do the states get their names? Specifically, how were the original thirteen colonies named? Let’s start with the first colony founded: Virginia. Or the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, as […]

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Minority Health Disparities | Michelle’s Story

Minority Health Disparities | Michelle’s Story

[MUSIC] The world has got to change. [MUSIC] I lived in a community that was so prosperous, with doctors, and lawyers, and politicians. Now we have drug dealers, and corner stores that they don’t sell anything but the wrong things. [MUSIC] You cannot deny the impact that it has on people’s health. [MUSIC] I have […]

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Johns Hopkins Center for AIDS Research: Bridging the Gap 2015 Symposium

Johns Hopkins Center for AIDS Research: Bridging the Gap 2015 Symposium

We’re gonna start the morning with Dr. Marisela Gomez. But first, I wanted to let Dr. Susan Sherman and the chair of the community, which is advisory board, greet us for a moment.>>Well, good morning everyone, and thank you so much for joining us today as we explore the roots of HIV disparity, poverty, race, […]

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