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Just like everybody else, doctors spend too much time behind computers–and not enough time at patients’ bedsides–according to new research from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, published this week in the  Journal of General Internal Medicine .

A 24-year-old hearing-impaired baseball fan from Annapolis, Md., hopes to raise $1 million to help others facing hearing loss, so they too can experience in what he calls his “miracle,” the cochlear implant performed at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1999 that restored much of his hearing when he was 10 years old.

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