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  • Paula Deen's diabetes: Blaming the victim?

    Paula Deen's diabetes: Blaming the victim?
    As Southern celebrity chef Paula Deen certainly knows by now, people with Type 2 diabetes are routinely blamed for causing their disease by eating junky food and making unhealthy lifestyle choices. Known for high fat recipes that raise the risk for...
  • Picking a therapist

    Picking a therapist
    "Being in therapy is great," comedian Caroline Rhea once joked. "I spend an hour just talking about myself. It's kinda like being the guy on a date." It's not a bad analogy — the dating one — when you're setting out to find a therapist. You...
  • Smoking programs not keeping pace

    Smoking programs not keeping pace
     Most states, including Maryland, are not doing enough to protect the public from tobacco or prevent related disease, according to the latest assessment from the American Lung Associationdue out today. In its 10th annual State of Tobacco Control Report...
  • UConn Foundation Sending Malloy To Switzerland

    In a step into the spotlight on a prominent stage, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will attend the World Economic Forum annual meeting next week in Davos, Switzerland - a prestigious conference that draws world leaders in various fields. The University of...
  • The Interview: Graham Dodge, founder of Sickweather.com

    The Interview: Graham Dodge, founder of Sickweather.com
    If you ever complain about a cough, cold or the flu on Twitter or Facebook, a Baltimore startup called Sickweather.com wants your tweets and status updates. The website, which launched in November, mines social networking sites using a computer...
  • Report faults professor, UCLA in death of lab assistant

    Ever since Sheri Sangji was fatally burned in a December 2008 lab fire, UCLA officials have cast it as a tragic accident, saying the 23-year-old staff research assistant was a seasoned chemist who was trained in the experiment that went awry. But...
  • Man arrested in 2000 Dundalk killing not long-time suspect

    For years, Baltimore County police were convinced that 24-year-old Heidi Bernadzikowski was killed in 2000 by her boyfriend. Stephen M. Cooke Jr. had taken out a lucrative life-insurance policy on Bernadzikowski just a month before her death. The...
  • Abortion safer than giving birth: study

    Abortion safer than giving birth: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Getting a legal abortion is much safer than giving birth, suggests a new U.S. study published Monday. Researchers found that women were about 14 times more likely to die during or after giving birth to a live baby than to...
  • Costly turf war on men's balding heads

    Costly turf war on men's balding heads
    Vin Diesel has embraced his baldness. And it's doubtful Michael Stipe spends much time browsing for toupees. But not all of the 40 million American men with follicularly challenged scalps are going quietly into that bald night. They're raging — with...
  • Virginia GA expected to vote on HPV vaccine Friday

    Virginia GA expected to vote on HPV vaccine Friday
    Republican Del. Kathy Byron introduced a bill to end Virginia's requirement to notify parents about the HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccine. The vaccine prevents cervical cancer and is recommended for girls entering 6th grade in Virginia. Virginia requires...
  • Nick's Dream

    Nick's Dream
    Join us Saturday, April 7, 2012 from 2pm to 7pm at Bourbon Street! Please help Nick, a 7 year old child who has Qualitative Platelet Function Defect. This rare condition affects less than 1% of the population and has taken a hold of Nick a very young age....