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- Powdered Alcohol Could Be New Trend In Drinking A federal alcohol regulatory agency says for now, it is cutting off approval of a new powdered alcohol product designed to turn any liquid into a mixed drink.
- Kennedy Krieger Helps Break The Silence With Annual ROAR For Autism Fundraiser The prevalence of autism is growing in the United States. It now affects one of every 68 children.
- Metro To Open Early For Marathon Sunday Metro says it will open early Sunday for the Nike Women's Half Marathon, and there will be weekend adjustments for track work.
- Md. Spent $90M On Health Exchange Tech A breakdown of spending on Maryland's troubled health exchange shows that more than $90 million of the nearly $130 million cost so far has gone toward technology expenses.
- Maryland Students Now Required To Learn CPR Along with learning the ABCs, Maryland students are now required to learn CPR. The governor just signed a new bill, paving the way for the life-saving lesson.
- Naval Academy Breaks Ground On New Clinic The U.S. Naval Academy has broken ground on a new $41 million health clinic.
- 2-Day Bike Ride To Conquer Cancer Coming To Maryland This Fall It's a common killer in the United States, and the fight to conquer cancer this year is rolling with a two-day cycling event around the nation's capital.
- Md. Warns Of Possible Bacteria In Porridge Product Maryland health officials are warning people against eating a porridge product because of the potential presence of dangerous bacteria in it.
- Music Icon Stevie Wonder Visits Local Vegan Restaurant Imagine going out to eat at a local restaurant and running into legendary musician Stevie Wonder. It happened in Baltimore.
- Baltimore-Based Cruise Ship Back At Sea After Possible Norovirus Outbreak Back at sea. The Grandeur of the Seas has departed after travelers waited several hours for the ship to be decontaminated. Hundreds of passengers on the previous cruise became severely ill.