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Doctor Gets 3 Years For Spiking Drink To Induce AbortionA physician who spiked his girlfriend's drink with medication to induce an abortion has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Baltimore Makes List Of Fittest Cities In The USBaltimore has made the list of the fittest cities in America.
Exploding Vape Pen Killed Florida ManAn exploding vape pen hurled fragments into a Florida man's head, killing him and starting a fire that burned most of his body, an autopsy report said.
Free Screening During Hepatitis Awareness MonthDuring the month of May, also known as Hepatitis Awareness Month, The Maryland Department of Health has coordinated free Hepatitis C (HCV) testing.
Extreme Heat Season Is On The Horizon As summer approaches it's important to be aware of extreme heat that can overwhelm some of Baltimore's more sensitive residents.
High Levels Of Sulfur Dioxide Prompt Health Warning In HawaiiHigh levels of sulfur dioxide are being released at some fissures, posing immediate danger to people's health, Hawaii County officials warned Monday.
Mother, Daughter Start Healthy Snack Business In BaltimoreWorking with family can be tough sometimes, but for one mother-daughter pair in Baltimore it's easy, because of their admiration and love for one another. 
Report: Maryland Is Fatter Than 24 Other StatesA new report ranked the most and least obese states in the country. See how Maryland fared.
Your Shampoo, Hair Spray And Skin Lotion May Be Polluting The AirMillions of Americans apply personal care products every morning before heading to work or school. But these products don’t stick to our bodies permanently.
Underwear You Don't Have To Wash For WeeksOrganic Basics clothing company says it has created an underwear that consumers won't need to wash "for weeks."
Doctors Warn Of Heart Disease Following Baltimore Co. Exec. Kevin Kamenetz's DeathBaltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz may be one of those cases where the first sign of heart disease is death.
FDA Cracks Down On Clinics Marketing Unapproved Stem Cell TherapiesThe US Food and Drug Administration filed two federal complaints Wednesday seeking to permanently ban two clinics from marketing stem cell products without regulatory approval and accusing them of "significant deviations" from good manufacturing practice requirements.

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