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Orioles notebook: J.J. Hardy could return from shoulder injury Thursday

Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy made his third minor-league rehab appearance for Double-A Bowie Wednesday, and manager Buck Showalter indicated that's all the games Hardy could need before being activated from the disabled list. Hardy could return as soon as Thursday, when that Orioles open a four-game...

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  • Police brutality: Not just a Baltimore problem
    Police brutality: Not just a Baltimore problem

    On Tuesday, House Speaker Michael E. Busch and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller announced the formation of a task force of lawmakers assigned to study issues related to public safety and police practices to "strengthen the trust and mutual respect that must exist between the law enforcement...

  • Governor should veto flawed student privacy bill
    Governor should veto flawed student privacy bill

    Among the bills awaiting action from Gov. Larry Hogan's desk is House Bill 298, a proposal that does more harm than good when it comes to keeping kids' private and personal information out of the hands of technology companies. Governor Hogan should veto the bill.

  • Toya Graham simply doing what mothers do
    Toya Graham simply doing what mothers do

    A few thoughts about Toya Graham, just in time for Mother's Day.

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  • Healthful eating is smart way to sustain brain power, study finds
    Healthful eating is smart way to sustain brain power, study finds

    It's official, no matter where you live: Healthful eating is among the best ways to protect your aging brain against slippage. Conversely, a diet that skimps on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and fish and includes lots of fried foods, red meat and alcohol is highly likely to pave a road...

  • Health Professionals on the Move: May 2015
    Health Professionals on the Move: May 2015

    Readers submit photos and information on medical professionals who have recently been promoted, hired or honored. Select photos will be published in the Health and Medicine section of Sunday's edition of The Baltimore Sun. (Caption size is limited.)

  • Sleepwalking is often a family affair, study says
    Sleepwalking is often a family affair, study says

    A new study provides strong support for the notion that the tendency to sleepwalk is hereditary, passed from parent to child through some as-yet-unidentified gene.

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