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Cancer

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  • Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton: Glenelg High schedules forum on substance abuse

    Glenelg High School will present a special event for parents on Nov. 12 from 7 to 8 p.m. in the school's media center. Parent 2 Parent is the opportunity for parents to find out what your kids don't want you to know about substance abuse. A panel of...
  • Yeardley Love's mother speaks out against violence

    Yeardley Love's mother speaks out against violence
    There is Chris Brown, these days sporting a neck tattoo that looks like ex-girlfriend Rihanna after he bloodied and bruised her. And Charlie Sheen, whose assault of his wife is somehow just another part of his troubled yet comedic persona. Sharon Love is...
  • Howard County's volunteer of the year brings night sky to life

    Howard County's volunteer of the year brings night sky to life
    When Joel Goodman heard the sounds created by the earth's magnetic field — the first recording made in the 50 years since scientists uncovered an audible component — he knew what he had to do. The Glenelg dentist set about assembling a 30-...
  • Ma and Pa Trail the host for two races last weekend

    Harford County runners had a choice between two benefit races, one on each end of the Ma and Pa Trail Saturday morning - the Bridget and Bradley Heart Run 5K in Fallston and the Dominator 5K and 10K in Forest Hill. On the south end of the trail, Matt...
  • Men & Women of Harford Making a Difference

    Men & Women of Harford Making a Difference
    The uniqueness of Harford County lies within the people who strive to make it great. So many residents reach out daily to improve the lives of others. We have chosen six extraordinary individuals who have chosen causes that support the success of the...
  • 5 questions

    5 questions
    Anthony Hucker became president of Giant Food just over a year ago, taking the reins of the Baltimore area's biggest supermarket chain. Since then he has overseen construction of several new stores; negotiated on behalf of the company to reach...
  • New Bel Air cancer center affiliates with Baltimore's Greenebaum Center

    After a two-year process, Upper Chesapeake Health and the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center have teamed up for the new $60 million cancer center due to open next fall on the campus of Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in...
  • Leonard Pitts: Better to lose with grace than to win with deceit

    Leonard Pitts: Better to lose with grace than to win with deceit
    One guy was among the greatest losers in the history of politics, the other, one of the biggest winners in all of sports. They were unalike men who shared little except recent headlines. But there was, in that brief juxtaposition, an object lesson for...
  • Mold, bacteria found in pharmacy linked to meningitis outbreak

    Mold, bacteria found in pharmacy linked to meningitis outbreak
    The Massachusetts pharmacy at the heart of a probe into a deadly meningitis outbreak may have violated federal health laws, U.S. Food and Drug Administration investigators said Friday, saying mold and bacteria were found in areas where drugs were mixed....
  • Lance Armstrong: Not a lost cause

    Lance Armstrong: Not a lost cause
    Earlier this month, Lance Armstrong participated in a triathlon in Columbia, benefiting the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. Despite some poor weather, the event was an overwhelming success. People turned out in droves to watch Mr. Armstrong compete...
  • Letter: Sen. George McGovern was advocate of reduced meat consumption

    Sunday, Oct. 21, we lost former U.S. Sen. George McGovern. Although many will recall his disastrous 1972 loss to Richard Nixon and his subsequent leadership in getting us out of Vietnam, his truly lasting legacy will be his war on hunger and malnutrition....
  • Carolyn Rosenstein, reading specialist

    Carolyn Rosenstein, reading specialist
    Carolyn Rosenstein, a retired McDonogh School reading specialist recalled as a nurturing faculty mentor who also served on the Women's Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, died of cancer Oct. 27 at her Pikesville home. She was 75. "She was a great gal,...