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The National Institutes of Health are a set of federally funded research facilities in Bethesday, Maryland. The institutes comprise the core of one of the nation's most prosperous research clusters, contributing significantly to Maryland's outsized position as a home of federal employees and contractors.
The National Institutes of Health are a set of federally funded research facilities in Bethesday, Maryland. The institutes comprise the core of one of the nation's most prosperous research clusters, contributing significantly to Maryland's outsized position as a home of federal employees and contractors. « Show less

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  • Tips To Help You Build Healthy Habits

    (NAPSI)-While more than two in three American adults are overweight or obese, there are things you can do to reduce your chances of struggling with your weight. To start, try to consume healthier foods and beverages and get more physical activity....
  • New Hope for the Medically Disabled

    (NewsUSA) - Among the marvels of modern medicine are neural prosthetics, tiny bioengineered devices that surgeons implant in brain tissue to compensate for a variety of disabilities to the human nervous system. Physicians already have had much success...
  • Researcher's work could aid with brain injuries

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. - It's long been the stuff of science fiction: computer chips implanted in your brain to enhance your physical and intellectual powers. At Randolph Nudo's lab at the University of Kansas Medical Center, it's a step closer to reality....
  • U.S. agency moves to end sex bias in biomedical research

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. National Institutes of Health began putting in place on Tuesday its new policy aimed at ending long-standing sex bias in biomedical research favoring male lab animals and cells in the pivotal studies that are done before...
  • Uncertainty of future shutdown could dampen holiday spending

    Uncertainty of future shutdown could dampen holiday spending
    Though the federal government shutdown ended last week, the economic impact is likely to be felt in Maryland for months, dimming prospects for a robust holiday shopping season. With Congress funding the government only through Jan. 15 — raising...
  • Credit unions developed battle plans to protect federal workers during debt ceiling fight

    While congressional leaders work to push through a deal to raise the government's debt ceiling, some credit unions that serve federal employees aren't taking any chances. Institutions in Maryland and Washington have developed programs to assist their...
  • Is postpartum depression a modern affliction that bypassed prehistoric mothers?

    Is postpartum depression a modern affliction that bypassed prehistoric mothers?
    Did prehistoric mothers suffer from postpartum depression? Jennifer Hahn-Holbrook, a psychology professor at Chapman University, in Orange, Calif., has been researching whether the condition can be considered a so-called disease of modern civilization...
  • Nicotine patch, gum users won't be hired at hospital

    The Carroll Hospital Center campus has been a no-smoking zone since 1998, but in a decision announced on Thursday, the organization has taken its anti-smoking efforts to a new level: The hospital will no longer hire anyone who uses nicotine in any form...
  • Guest Column: Why we need 'right to work' zones

    Some regions of Maryland are doing well with increasing employment, but these areas are in Montgomery County and around Fort George G. Meade - and if some federal lawmaker decides to move NIH to Atlanta or NSA/U.S. Cyber Command to Utah, Maryland would be...
  • Sharknado 2: The Second One scores with outrageous Twitter reactions

    Sharknado 2: The Second One scores with outrageous Twitter reactions
    Ratings for Syfy's 'œSharknado 2: The Second One'€ haven't come in, but the movie is already a hit in one sphere. It quickly shot to number one on Twitter trending, with everyone getting in on the action of the sequel to the unlikely smash hit from...
  • Debra J. Francis, 59, of Finksburg

    Debra June Francis, 59, of Finksburg, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2014, at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. Born July 2, 1954, in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Twila Faye Taylor Lamberson, of Marriottsville and the late James Phillip...
  • Parents frustrated at medical marijuana's stagnation in Md.

    Kneeling at the side of a black couch, Kevin Isaac rubbed his 1-year-old daughter's belly as her chubby cheeks spread into a wide smile. He tickled her, and she burst into a fit of giggles on a Monday afternoon in February. The laughter stopped. Her eyes...
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  • After disappointment in 2012 and '13, Phoebus football wants another ring

    After disappointment in 2012 and '13, Phoebus football wants another ring
    HAMPTON — Of the 313 schools in VHSL football, eight have a better record over the last two seasons than Phoebus' 22-3. Four of those are in the lower three divisions. But if you're Phoebus, none of that means squat without a championship ring....
  • West out as top marketing executive at Mondelez

    West out as top marketing executive at Mondelez
    Mondelez International’s longtime chief marketing executive is leaving the snack-maker after 28 years with the company. Mary Beth West, executive vice president and chief category and marketing officer, will leave “after a transition to...
  • Ritz, Oreo maker Mondelez sees sales growing slower than rivals

    Ritz, Oreo maker Mondelez sees sales growing slower than rivals
    Mondelez International Inc. now expects its 2014 sales to grow at a slower rate than the global snack industry, as the company holds firm on raising prices, even though some rivals have not followed its lead and the higher prices have lead to weaker sales...
  • Walgreen CEO: Leaving U.S. wasn't in best interest of shareholders

    Walgreen CEO: Leaving U.S. wasn't in best interest of shareholders
    Walgreen has exercised its option to buy the remaining 55 percent of European pharmacy retailer and wholesaler Alliance Boots in a $15.26 billion deal that will keep its corporate tax headquarters in the United States. The company that will emerge...
  • The Films of Richard Linklater: Ranked From Best to Worst

    JUSTIN CHANG: Andrew, if you'll allow me a brief (sort of) digression before we get down to business: A few nights ago, as part of our foolhardy mission to rank the films of Richard Linklater, I watched "Waking Life" for the first time since I'd seen it...
  • Why Taco Bell is turning health menu into muscle menu

    Why Taco Bell is turning health menu into muscle menu
    Like it or not, the paleo diet fad has now gone mainstream. This week, Taco Bell announced that it will be beefing up its menu — quite literally — by launching a new menu centered around meat and protein. The new menu, which, as the...
  • 21st Century Fox goes after Time Warner. 'Big Bang' wants big bucks.

    21st Century Fox goes after Time Warner. 'Big Bang' wants big bucks.
    After the coffee. Before another day at the Beverly Hills Hilton The Skinny: Another day, another potential media merger to obsess over. We have lots of coverage of 21st Century Fox's rebuffed offer for Time Warner and we're pretty sure this won't be...
  • Kraft 2Q sales crimped by higher prices

    Kraft 2Q sales crimped by higher prices
    Kraft Foods Group Inc. posted weaker-than-anticipated sales and profit for the second quarter on Wednesday, which it blamed on higher prices turning off some shoppers and its own bad bets on ingredient prices. “There’s no question that...
  • Dodger TV blackout continues! Will 'Sex Tape' score?

    Dodger TV blackout continues! Will 'Sex Tape' score?
    After the coffee. Before the week that never ends finally ends. The Skinny: This has been one long week! But I'll also say on a personal front it has been one of my most productive. If I had enough money socked away, this would be a good way to go out!...
  • Kraft's 2Q earnings pinched by promotions

    Kraft Foods Group Inc. blamed itself and industry dynamics Wednesday for a poor quarterly showing, saying it had to raise prices because of higher commodity costs and offering too many coupons and promotions in order to keep up with rivals. "I think it...
  • Is your 401(k) plan is ripping you off?

    For most Americans, the employer-sponsored 401(k) account is their canteen in the desert -- truly essential to their retirement. Eighty percent of full time workers have access to these plans, and 88 million actually participate in them. The defined...
  • The day ahead in business

    The day ahead in business
    Reports: Second-quarter advance GDP, ADP employment survey for July Local earnings: Acco Brands Corp., Allstate Corp.,  Hospira Inc., Ingredion Inc., KapStone Paper & Packaging, Kraft Foods Group Inc., Littelfuse Inc., Nanophase Technologies Corp., R.R....