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  • 'Project Runway': Surf wear chic

     
    It's Week 3 of 'Project Runway,' and I still don't know whom most of the designers are, nor have I seen a single dress that I just have to have. I hope this season heats up ... and maybe it......
  • Swine flu claims the life of a child

    Swine flu claims the life of a child
    Destinee Alicia Parker was an aspiring artist who loved animals, Lil Wayne and scary movies. She and her two sisters were known as the "Parker Posse" at Montebello Elementary/Middle School. And although she was healthy, she died of swine flu Tuesday...
  • Prepping for the flu

    Prepping for the flu
    Tracey Haldeman is not taking any chances with her business being disrupted this flu season. So the president of Baltimore's Pinnacle Communications is providing an attractive incentive for her eight employees to get vaccinated for both the seasonal and...
  • Respected doctors confront a tragedy

    Dr. Solbert Permutt is a giant in the world of lung research, a gregarious, outspoken 76-year- old professor with the enthusiasm of a teen-ager, a flamboyant taste for large bow ties and a history of teaching generations of doctors at Johns Hopkins...
  • Hopkins faults safety lapses

    A Johns Hopkins panel investigating the death of a 24-year-old woman in an asthma experiment has concluded that she most likely died from a drug given to her in the test, and it faulted both the lead researcher and an internal oversight board for safety...
  • Asthma study violated safety rules, FDA says

    A Johns Hopkins Medical School researcher failed to follow several safety regulations during an asthma experiment that ended with the death of a 24-year-old volunteer, according to a preliminary federal report released yesterday. Dr. Alkis Togias...
  • A Third World dump for America's ships?

    This is where the world dumps its ships, worn out and ready to be torn apart.To the left and right, ships lie stranded along six miles of beach, in a hundred stages of demolition. Tankers, freighters, fish processors and destroyers -- smashed, cut,...
  • Scrapping ships, sacrificing men

    Raul Mendoza knew that scrapping ships was dangerous, knew about the smoke and the fumes and the accidents. He'd worked in Baltimore, where asbestos clouded the air, and North Carolina, where oil spilled into a river, and California, where workers were...
  • "This Is Madness: Star Wars Character Tournament" Sweet Sixteen Predictions

    "This Is Madness: Star Wars Character Tournament" Sweet Sixteen Predictions
    It’s the greatest tournament in the galaxy! No, not the NCAA, but the “This Is Madness - Star Wars Character Tournament”! Last week Ben Finfer of The Game 87.7 and I gave our predictions for the opening round of the tourney that will...
  • Baseball's drug suspensions could get longer — and shorter

    Baseball's drug suspensions could get longer — and shorter
    The suspensions levied on baseball players who test positive for banned substances are on the verge of getting longer — and shorter. The commissioner's office and players union are close to agreement on a revised code of punishment under baseball'...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Try honey to zap those lingering late-winter coughs

    March is usually the last month of the winter season that our pediatric office is inundated with illness. I can now honestly tell exhausted parents (and our nurses) that this could be their child's last cold of the season, though I keep my fingers...
  • Surgery can usually treat urinary incontinence, but less invasive options are available

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I'm 43 and have had trouble with urinary incontinence since having my fourth child at 41. It seemed manageable until about 6 months ago, when I started to notice it happening more frequently. At what point should I consider surgery?...