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Q13 FOX News reporterFederal agents have raided a pharmacy in Seattle and one in Bellingham – owned by the same people – on suspicion the drugs stores were illegally giving returned drugs to elderly customers without their knowledge. No charges have yet been...
If you're overweight and trying to lose pounds you may not get help from your doctor if he is overweight too, according to new research. According to a new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, physicians with a...
A new study has found that acid reflux medicine used to treat asthma in children isn't effective. Physicians often prescribe the acid reflux drug lansoprazole in addition to standard inhaled steroid drugs to children who have asthma. The number of...
Q13 FOX News OnlineInside the Biorobotics Laboratory at the University of Washington live seven ravens. They each have two winglike arms and tiny claws, but unlike other ravens, these are highly sophisticated robots that have the ability to perform surgery on a simulated...
One would be hard pressed to find a member of the general public that wasn’t aware that childhood obesity is a major problem in the Valley. And while the causes — poverty levels, dietary habits, lack of exercise, to name a few — seem...
Health.comFor years, many experts have maintained that the subtle changes in memory and mental function that occur naturally as we get older rarely begin before age 60. That may be optimistic: A new study, published Thursday in the British Medical Journal,...
Few organizations have done more for women's healththan both Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a leading supporter of breast-cancer treatment and research, and Planned Parenthood, the country's top reproductive health care provider and advocate. To see the two...
Tags: Family, Breast Cancer, Politics, Cliff Stearns, Hunt Valley
Admission offices in Baltimore's private, independent and parochial schools are hives of activity in January as hundreds of decision letters are being prepared to be mailed to families. For those schools offering single-sex education, this year's...
The Baltimore Sun Though the small statue with the greenish hue is nicknamed "The Modest Venus," she is anything but. It's true that the 10-inch figurine from the Italian Renaissance has one hand demurely covering her fig-leaf area, and the other held...
Tags: Artists, Human Interest, Sculpture, Charles Street, Science
This letter is in response to The Sun's editorial on medical marijuana ("Go slow," Jan. 3). Recently, a medical marijuana panel commissioned by the Maryland legislature recommended two divergent proposals. One recommends dispensaries allow doctors to...
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller has called for the establishment of a center in Baltimore for the state's top two public research universities to seek funding of joint projects — a step toward his eventual goal of "reunification" for the...
The Sun's editorial on medical marijuana is misguided at best and heartless at worst ("Md. should go slow on medical marijuana," Jan. 3). It's clear that the reports of the medical marijuana work group were not reviewed carefully, and so the editorial...
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