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Do you worry about how you’ll complete a deadline or who will take care of your elderly parents while you’re at work? Maybe the price of college weighs heavily on your mind. Share what keeps you up at night on this week’s “Question of the Day” on Hopkins Happenings.

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If you had the chance to sit down to dinner with any five people, living or dead, who would they be? Would you eat steak with Abraham Lincoln, a cheeseburger with Oprah or meatloaf with your grandmother? Share your guest list on today’s Hopkins Happenings “Question of the Day.”

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From mid-September to mid-October, the U.S. celebrates German-American Heritage Month to commemorate the many influences that the United States has embraced from German culture. Whether you observe German traditions or those of any other culture, please share your experiences with us on Hopkins Happenings.

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Child Safety

An accident or injury can occur in any part of your home. Some safety hazards are obvious, but others are not so easily identified. Every day, 39,000 children get hurt seriously enough to seek medical attention in the United States, according to preventinjury.org. Many of these injuries are caused by burns, falls, drowning, poisoning and motor vehicle crashes. So, how can you keep your child safe? Kisha Price, health educator at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Safety Center, tackles the questions that may be on many parents’ minds.

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Gallup, who conducts the annual Johns Hopkins Medicine Employee Engagement Survey, examined 49,928 business or work units in 34 countries and found that employee engagement has a strong effect on organizational outcomes such as fewer patient safety incidents, higher productivity and lower turnover. What are the aspects of your job that keep you motivated and engaged at work? Take the poll and share your thoughts in the comments section below.

What Makes You Feel Connected at Work?

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A total of 6.7 million college students—almost one-third of the students in higher education—have enrolled in at least one online course, according to the Babson Survey Research Group. With the growing popularity and ease of online classes, are you planning to take a course online or learn a new skill to stay on top of your area of expertise? Share your comments about your online class experiences and read what others are saying and doing.

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Most adults can credit their work ethic and career choices to the teachers who inspired them. Think back on the fond memories of those wonderful people who’ve touched both your personal and your professional life. Who was your favorite teacher and what important life lesson did they instill upon you? Share your story on this week’s “Throwback Thursday” feature.

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Keeping your skills current is one of the best ways to stay on top of the changing demands of the workplace. As we know, updating our knowledge and acquiring new skills is crucial to staying current, both professionally and personally. Whether you are a lifetime student always looking for the next degree to conquer or whether you stay enlightened with a good book at the end of the day, how do you stay on top of your area of expertise?

How do you stay on top of your area of expertise?

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