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I know he likes to [isolate] for himself ... On the field and through his play, he shows that he's the leader of that team. I got after him during the summer. It was me and Tucker Durkin [of Johns Hopkins] versus him and Peter Baum [of Colgate], but I'm just even more excited that it's going to be me and the Maryland defense.
Maryland understands the team concept, doesn't care so much with identifying who is playing attack, who's in the midfield. They will interchange their guys throughout the game, and it's proved to be successful ... They've lost only two games all year, to two of the top teams in the nation [North Carolina and Johns Hopkins].
What I like about living here is that this is the most diverse neighborhood in Baltimore ... It's Latino, African-American, white and black with an international refugee population too. On the same block there are Johns Hopkins PhDs and people on Section Eight housing vouchers. People are making a conscious effort to stay and not leave.More quotes »
Exercise May Help People With Alzheimer's Avoid Nursing Homes
independence and delay the move to a nursing home."This is an important study," said Dr. Kostos Lyketsos, director of the Johns Hopkins Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center, in Baltimore . "If we could ever deliver exercise for people with dementia in their Read more »
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