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In May, Time magazine made a splash featuring an attractive woman breastfeeding her three year-old on its cover. The accompanying article suggested that battles over parenting decisions, including how long to breastfeed a child, pit mothers against one...
It was while she was serving dinner to her kids in 2008 and their dad was out campaigning for president, that Michelle Obama hatched a modest daydream: a vegetable garden on the White House grounds. She'd recently had a conversation with her children's...
Tags: Sean Hannity, Mushrooms, Annapolis, Sheila Dixon, Salt
Outside West Baltimore's Penn Station Liquors, folks say the store is no place for children. Only a block away from Westside Elementary School, Penn Station is one of four liquor businesses within feet of each other on North Fulton Street. Youngsters...
Tags: Justice System, Sales, Business, Roland Park, Local Government
The children at St. Vincent's Villa recently were participants in a "Heart Healthy"-themed summer camp held on the Villa's Dulaney Valley campus. The two-week program showcased healthy eating tips, exercises and more. Under the sponsorship of Harkins...
Recently, my neighborhood convened to discuss whether to host a weekly, open-air farmers market for producers from within 50 miles of our Central Pennsylvania town. After ironing out concerns about traffic, zoning and location, we decided to give it a go....
Drop a few pounds and it will lead to a good night's sleep, new Johns Hopkins research has found. As the body loses fat, particularly belly fat, people are able to sleep better, Hopkins doctors found when following 77 people over six months. The...
Baltimore health officials have been staring at a daunting statistic for years: life expectancy in the richest neighborhoods is 20 years longer than in the poorest ones. But a plan unveiled recently aims to battle the intractable health problems...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Death, Heart Disease, Roland Park, HIV
Sunday, Nov. 4 'Rent' Silhouette Stages presents Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning musical/rock opera at 3 p.m. at Slayton House Theater, 10400 Cross Fox Lane in Columbia. Tickets are $18; $15 for seniors, students, and military....
The Baltimore SunBaltimore gets lots of face time in “VEEP,” the Maryland-made HBO political satire starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. But so far, all of it has been as a stand-in for Washington, the setting of this fictional series about the vice president of the...
It's ironic that the year we, both new medical students, moved across the street from the nation's best hospital and began learning how to manage the health of others is the same year we stopped taking care of our own. It was a year of ups and downs....
Things got a little greener around Scotchtown Hills Elementary in Laurel last week. On May 24, students, staff and employees from the Laurel Home Depot gathered to build and celebrate a new vegetable garden behind the school — a garden that will...
The Rev. Edward F. McNally, a Roman Catholic priest who later became executive director of the Franciscan Center, died Saturday of lymphoma at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Mount Washington resident was 46. "Ed had volunteered here...
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