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  • Weather forecast calls for rain, then sun later in week

    Weather forecast calls for rain, then sun later in week
    Marylanders will face a couple more days of gloomy weather before things brighten up again toward the end of the week, according to the National Weather Service. On the plus side, the stretch of drizzle and rain should wash away some of the masses of...
  • Sanitized society puts hygiene hypothesis to the test

    Sanitized society puts hygiene hypothesis to the test
    Is the American body politic suffering from an autoimmune disease? The "hygiene hypothesis" is the scientific theory that the rise in asthma and other autoimmune maladies stems from the fact that babies are born into environments that are too clean. Our...
  • Hopkins startup Healthify targets overlooked factors in evaluating health risks

    Hopkins startup Healthify targets overlooked factors in evaluating health risks
    A doctor might ask for a patient's family disease history, or exercise or smoking habits, but whether they have trouble getting food onto the table or paying energy bills is unlikely to appear on any clinic questionnaire. Those sorts of factors could...
  • Energy (but little booze) flows at college-friendly Voltage Nightclub

    Energy (but little booze) flows at college-friendly Voltage Nightclub
    The tip came from a Towson student almost finished her sophomore year. A former sorority member who decided Greek Life wasn't for her, the student said Towson could be boring because parties seemed like they were filled with "all of the same people."...
  • Pollen counts surge to season's highest levels Thursday

    Pollen counts surge to season's highest levels Thursday
    Pollen counts surged to their highest levels of the season Thursday, and could stay there for the next week or two. Tree pollen reached 2,347 grains of pollen per cubic meter, almost twice as high as a spike in pollen a week earlier. Grass pollen has...
  • It's almost Take Your Dog to Work Day

    It's almost Take Your Dog to Work Day
    Tomorrow is Take Your Dog to Work Day, which means companies across the United States will open their doors to pooches of all shapes and sizes. Founded in 1999 by Pet Sitters International, Take Your Dog to Work Day now involves thousands of employers,...
  • O's notes: Strop says his struggles have nothing to do with fatigue

    O's notes: Strop says his struggles have nothing to do with fatigue
    SEATTLE — Orioles set-up man Pedro Strop, who was supremely effective for most of this season, has struggled with his command for a few weeks, leading to speculation that he's getting worn down by the grind and spotlight of a major league season....
  • O's fans unhappy as WJZ cuts over to '60 Minutes'

    John Lanahan Jr. was spending Sunday afternoon at St. Agnes Hospital with his father, who was recovering from an allergic reaction. The two Orioles fans planned to watch the game against perennial favorite Boston Red Sox. Then disaster struck. As the...
  • Miguel Gonzalez's start moved from Wednesday to Friday

    Miguel Gonzalez's start moved from Wednesday to Friday
    Miguel Gonzalez, who was scheduled to start Wednesday, will now start on Friday at Yankee Stadium in the series opener there. Gonzalez was 2-0 with a 2.63 ERA at Yankee Stadium in the regular season last year and threw seven innings of one-run ball in the...
  • The new school (health) rules

    The new school (health) rules
    Back to school can also mean back to germs, breaks, sprains and concussions. While most of us know kids need a good night's sleep and a good breakfast, just what exactly do experts define as "good"? And what other basics should parents put on their...
  • A summer survival guide for health emergencies

    A summer survival guide for health emergencies
    Ah, summer. A time for all sorts of fun activities — hikes, cookouts, pool days, bike rides and more. And ow, summer. A time for all kinds of seasonal injuries and health emergencies. such as burns from the grill, tick bites, heat stroke and...
  • County Digest

    Fund raising event Greenstreet Gardens hosts its 10th annual "Family FUNdraiser" for Tracey's Elementary School from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 20, at 391 West Bay Front Road in Lothian. Event features train rides, face painting, an underground slide and...