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  1. A study of 69,000 Medicare patient records led by Johns Hopkins researchers shows that people with spine compression fractures who undergo operations to strengthen back bones with cement survive...
  2. The Warburton Family Foundation, based in Hudson, Ohio, has donated $1 million to the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute at The Johns Hopkins University. The gift will be combined with a...
  3. A simpler way to call the crew. For yacht owners who want to summon a crew member but do not want to be bothered with dialing a phone or navigating a touch panel, there is the Ming wireless steward...
  4. The renowned Dutch megayacht designers Frank Laupman and Perry van Oossanen, the naval architects behind the 213-foot multiple-award-winning Heesen-built yacht Galactica Star , have teamed up again—...
  5. Until recently, wireless audio technology was unable to deliver sound quality approaching that of a traditional wired system. However, thanks to the introduction of a new wireless standard developed...
  6. A 317-year-old violin that was stolen in 2010 from the acclaimed international soloist Min-Jin Kym has been recovered in near-perfect condition and will be sold through the fine-instrument auction...
  7. Beginning this month, the Bombardier Challenger 300 and Cessna Citation X jets in the fleet of the San Francisco–based charter provider XOJet is offering passengers the ability to make calls, send...
  8. The New York–born, Paris-based jeweler Joel A. Rosenthal, whose small atelier is known by his initials JAR , is recognized by a relatively small number of international jewelry lovers with the right...
  9. The 5,620-foot Mount Mackenzie is an ideal place for adventurous skiers. With a new heli-ski package offered by travel concierge Black Tomato, Bighorn Lodge —a ski chalet at the Revelstoke Mountain...
  10. 1948 Delahaye 135M Figoni et Falaschi Narval Cabriolet. The Delahaye Narval, the fantastic creation of the French coachbuilder Figoni et Falaschi, is named—in French—for the Arctic sea creature it...

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