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- Baltimore Oriole Stumps For Health Care Baltimore Orioles fans are used to seeing Adam Jones in center field, but starting Friday they'll hear him on the air waves.
- Baltimore Health Dept. Confirms 12-Month-Old Does Not Have Measles The Baltimore City Health Department confirms a 12-month-old girl does not have measles.
- Parents Calling For Schools To Keep Children Not Vaccinated For Measles Out Of Classroom The CDC confirms to health officials a 12-month-old baby does not have measles. Meanwhile, across the nation, nearly 100 cases are linked to Disneyland in California.
- Study Could Determine Link Between Pro Football & Brain Injuries A new study could help determine if there is a direct link between long-term brain injuries and NFL players.
- Uber Brings Puppy Love To Baltimore Businesses It's one of the biggest games on television this weekend---and we are not talking about the Super Bowl. Puppy Bowl 11 is expected to bring in many viewers as dogs play their version of America's game.
- Md. Lawmakers Consider Paid Sick Leave Bill Maryland lawmakers are consider a bill that would allow workers to earn paid sick leave.
- Pizza Hut Offering Gluten-Free Crust Whether you have celiac disease or you're just trying out a gluten-free diet, one pizza chain in Baltimore is now offering a gluten-free option.
- Baltimore County Planning Drug Overdose Response Training The Baltimore County Department of Health is offering a free, two-hour training course on how to prevent and respond to certain drug overdoses.
- Report: Baltimore Ranked 16th Healthiest City Baltimore has been ranked the 16th healthiest city in America according to a report by Better Doctor.
- Measles Outbreak That Started In California Expanding A health warning. The extremely contagious measles virus is back. An outbreak that started at Disneyland is starting to sweep the country.
- CDC: Flu Vaccine Least Effective In A Decade Flu shot fail. For the first time in ten years, health workers say this year's vaccine is the least effective. But doctors say getting the vaccine can still protect you.
- Fighting The Spread Of HIV By Posing On The Dance Floor Baltimore's health department is taking a unique approach to fighting HIV.
- Flu Outbreak Becoming Increasingly Difficult To Fight Flu shot effectiveness. Health experts say the flu vaccine has been one of the least effective in a decade.
- Measles Outbreak: To Vaccinate Or Not Vaccinate With the potential to affect thousands, the recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. has placed a spotlight on a debate that’s raged for years.
- Officials: Thousands Possibly Exposed In Disney Measles Outbreak Health officials fear thousands may have been exposed to the measles at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure last month.