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  • Columbia's Horizon Foundation awards grants to fight childhood obesity

    Columbia's Horizon Foundation awards grants to fight childhood obesity
    The Horizon Foundation in Columbia is awarding $300,000 in grants to three Howard County organizations to help fight childhood obesity. The three recipients are FIRN, a local nonprofit that assists foreign-born residents, the Howard County Health...
  • Howard organizations receive more than $300,000 to fight childhood obesity

    The Howard County Public School System, the county health department and a local nonprofit have received a total of more than $300,000 in grants to fight childhood obesity in the county. The grants were awarded by the Horizon Foundation, a Columbia-based...
  • Keep a journal to lose weight, study finds

    Keep a journal to lose weight, study finds
    A new study has backed up what others have found: Women who want to loose weight should keep a food journal, avoid skipping meals and eating in restaurants, especially at lunch. The study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and...
  • Baltimore program connects farms and corner stores

    Baltimore program connects farms and corner stores
    At Linden Market in Reservoir Hill, shelves are heaped high with miniature pies, cupcakes, and candy. Three dozen flavors of salty snacks burst from cardboard boxes. Around the corner at the Whitelock Community Farm, deep green leaves of chard fan from...
  • Editorial: Fat chance

    Established last year, in part as a reaction to Harford County's population becoming increasingly overweight (at least on average), an Obesity Task Force studying the problem made an interim report last week to the Harford County Council that contains...
  • State Police safety dragnet in Baltimore takes 114 trucks off the road

    State Police safety dragnet in Baltimore takes 114 trucks off the road
    One of every five commercial trucks pulled over in Baltimore by Maryland State Police inspectors during a two-day sweep this week was impounded for safety defects. In addition to the 114 defective trucks, 21 drivers were barred from driving for...
  • Talented rookie class has helped Ravens on Super Bowl run

    Talented rookie class has helped Ravens on Super Bowl run
    The question seemed to catch Kelechi Osemele by surprise. The Ravens' mammoth first-year offensive lineman had just returned from having his photo taken for the network telecast of Sunday's Super Bowl showdown against the San Francisco 49ers. Back...
  • Vegan diet not so risky as the status quo

    Over dinner the other day with a new acquaintance, the topic of food and ethics (and thus vegetarianism) came up. My new acquaintance, Mr. W., is about 60 pounds overweight and was enjoying an oversized cheeseburger on a white bun with a side of fries. He...
  • New York NAACP gets in a sticky mess

    New York NAACP gets in a sticky mess
    You know the beverage industry is running scared when it feels driven to mount an all-out campaign against a New York City law passed last year banning the sale of super-size sodas and sugary drinks. But it's beyond shameless when that effort includes...
  • Area restaurants aim to make healthy eating easier

    Area restaurants aim to make healthy eating easier
    Knowing the right way to eat is one thing, but doing it is not always easy, especially when dining out. But some Baltimore-area restaurants are making heart-healthy dining easier and more attractive for their diners. Restaurants like Zia's in Towson are...
  • 'Today' show weatherman and feature anchor Al Roker visits Baltimore for book signing

    'Today' show weatherman and feature anchor Al Roker visits Baltimore for book signing
    For all of his wit, charm and success, a little bit of the boy who once was nicknamed "Fat Albert' still clings to "Today" show weatherman and feature anchor Al Roker. It's there in the excess 140 pounds that once draped Roker's frame. It's in his...
  • Sparks man, 55 pounds lighter, trains others

    Sparks man, 55 pounds lighter, trains others
    Five years ago, Doug Bopst was overweight. He ate fast food and junk food. He smoked. He partied. At 20, he could hardly walk without getting out of breath. He hit rock bottom when he was arrested on drug charges and sent to Harford County jail. But...