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Allergies (INACTIVE)

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  • New law helps schools cope with food allergies

    New law helps schools cope with food allergies
    Maryland public schools will all soon be keeping emergency supplies of epinephrine on hand for students who may have an allergic reaction, and patient advocates are applauding the new law. “Receiving a dose of epinephrine in the critical minutes...
  • MedStar to open its first urgent care center

    MedStar Health, among the largest health systems in the state, is entering the increasingly crowded urgent care market with its first facility on York Road. A ribbon cutting is planned for May 30. The MedStar system currently operates nine hospitals,...
  • Dr. Frank Anthony Faraino, surgeon

    Dr. Frank Anthony Faraino, surgeon
    Dr. Frank Anthony Faraino, a retired Baltimore thoracic and vascular surgeon whose career spanned more than four decades and who performed the first pacemaker implantation in Maryland, died Saturday of renal failure at his Timonium home. He was 90....
  • Datebook

    Sunday, June 3 Food-allergy awareness The Bowie Baysox will hold Food Allergy Awareness Day as they host the Reading Phillies at 2:05 p.m. at Prince George's Stadium. It's an opportunity for fans with food allergies that would typically keep them away...
  • For one game, at least, Orioles can't foil Yankees fans' expectations

    For one game, at least, Orioles can't foil Yankees fans' expectations
    Everything about the scene at Yankee Stadium reinforces the idea that the resident team is supposed to win — not just most of the time, but every night and, especially, every night in October. It's more than the 27 World Series flags on the...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 304: 'Killer Within'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 304: 'Killer Within'
    Well, if you didn't have thick, hot tears streaming down your swollen cheeks by the end of Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, check your pulse, because you might be a heartless zombie yourself! Or you might just be too tough and cool to cry, like...
  • Tattoos can be bad for your health

    Tattoos can be bad for your health
    You may make a fashion statement with that tattoo, but the FDA warns you could also put your health at risk. The regulatory agency issued a warning Wednesday about getting inked after a recent outbreak linked to the family of bacteria called...
  • The basics of newborn skin care

    The basics of newborn skin care
    First-time parents may not always know how to care for their newborn's skin or recognize common conditions. Most problems resolve themselves, and the basic rule of thumb for washing and choosing products is to go with what's simple, says Dr. Kate B....
  • Sun readers share their worst job stories

    Sun readers share their worst job stories
    Cookouts aside, Labor Day is meant to celebrate the American workforce, and its achievements. But these days, even though people are more thankful than ever for their jobs, there's still room to gripe about the absurd, the mundane and the nearly...
  • Julie Bowen wants people to know more about anaphylaxis

    Julie Bowen wants people to know more about anaphylaxis
    Julie Bowen was on the set of the television show "Boston Legal" four years ago when she got the call from her husband, who was on his way to the hospital with their then-infant son Oliver. While hanging out in the backyard of their California home,...
  • Facts and opinions from the campaign

    Facts and opinions from the campaign
    Fact: Photo identification is a necessary element of life in America today. Opinion: Don't believe it? Try cashing an out-of-town check; visiting just about any office building in the country; getting on a commercial airplane; or, buying some types of...
  • Mayfield Woods student eliminated in semifinals at National Spelling Bee

    A Howard County speller's luck and skill ran out in the semifinal round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, held this week at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Oxon Hill. Jack Nolan, 13, an eighth-grader at Mayfield Woods Middle School...