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  • Choosing a sweetener, are they all equal?

     Choosing a sweetener, are they all equal?
    Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical System regularly contribute a guest post to The Baltimore Sun's health blog Picture of Health (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth), which is reprinted here. The latest post is from Elaine Pelc....
  • Excess weight can increase breast cancer risk, researchers say

    Excess weight can increase breast cancer risk, researchers say
    Mother and daughter Angela and Candi Watts were both diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. After a two-year battle, they are both disease-free, but the war continues. The new enemy is their waistlines. Scientists have discovered that excess weight not...
  • 'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' recap, 'Blood is Thicker than Anything'

    'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' recap, 'Blood is Thicker than Anything'
    We’re back for another season of "Survivor," and the gimmick for the 27th season is "Blood vs. Water." Previous contestants are being brought back, along with one of their loved ones. Some returning players I’m glad so see, some not so much....
  • 'The Walking Dead' midseason finale recap, 'Too Far Gone'

    'The Walking Dead' midseason finale recap, 'Too Far Gone'
    Whoa! There is a ton of heavy stuff to discuss from Sunday night's midseason finale of "The Walking Dead" on AMC, but first, a serious question: Is the Governor really dead? I know that we saw him get stabbed through the center of the back and chest...
  • 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap: 'Faint Chance'

    'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap: 'Faint Chance'
    Like the first episode, this week’s episode begins with Yolanda, this time in her kitchen. A sincere kudos to her for appearing on camera in a bathrobe and slippers, sans makeup, looking like real humans look first thing in the morning. She’...
  • Lutherville Vol. Fire Co. to get $4.2M addition

    Lutherville Vol. Fire Co. to get $4.2M addition
    A $4.2 million addition and renovation at the Lutherville Volunteer Fire Company that will more than double floor space and improve conditions for the company's 100-plus volunteers will begin in mid-March, Mullan Contracting Co. announced in a statement...
  • Howard County finds a customer for its wastewater: The NSA

    Howard County finds a customer for its wastewater: The NSA
    Howard County has agreed to supply treated wastewater to cool a massive computer center being built at Fort Meade by the National Security Agency — a money-saving, environment-conserving deal that officials say could serve as a model for others....
  • At Atholton High -- have skills, need work [Clarksville]

    Happy New Year, everyone. Are you making resolutions for 2014? Weight loss and exercise frequently top the list year after year, but there are other worthy goals that may have a better chance of accomplishment. Do you already belong to a community...
  • Zumba class participants resolve to stay fit

    Zumba class participants resolve to stay fit
    Ten women could have been out shopping for post-Christmas deals at the malls, or using their gift cards, or kicking back at home with family and friends, enjoying their presents and what was left of the holidays. Instead, they arrived at large studio...
  • Brain-boosting nutrition

     Brain-boosting nutrition
    Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical System regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post is from Whitney Wallace. We all know that eating right, getting regular physical activity and getting adequate sleep are important for...
  • Juggling study leads to new revelations about human movement

    Juggling study leads to new revelations about human movement
    A traditional circus act may shed new light on human movement, with implications for the treatment of neurological disorders or other scientific breakthroughs. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University are using juggling to study how touch, or haptic,...
  • Military recruiters challenged to fill smaller, specialized force

    Chief Petty Officer Tori Novo says she finds herself saying "no" to young people who want to ship out to sea with the Navy more often than she used to. A recruiter for seven years, Novo says she has seen the standards for enlisting in the Navy become...