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Best Ways To Get Involved With Breast Cancer Awareness Month In BaltimoreOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Cancer is one of the leading causes of deaths in women. There are many organizations dedicated to the education, advocacy, support and research which may one day eradicate the deadly disease. Volunteer opportunities are available to assist in the various initiatives toward a common goal. In the Baltimore area, there are several activities or events available to encourage people to do something or learn more about breast cancer.
Bald Is Beautiful: Larry Hogan Sports New Look Post-ChemoThere is "another white dome in Annapolis." While keeping his sense of humor, Governor Larry Hogan is sporting a new look following two rounds of chemotherapy.
Advocates Want Protection For Minors Against Indoor TanningBan the tan. Annapolis is considering outlawing tanning beds for minors.
E-Cigarette Bill Could Weaken Smoke-Free LawBaltimore City is on the fence with whether the use of e-cigarettes should be allowed in public places. As Pat Warren reports, city council passed the bill under protest from a certain organization.
Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014Coffee With Kellie Pickler; People Are Talking about a Breast Cancer Benefit in Parkville tonight.
Ravens Support Breast Cancer Survivors With A Visit To Mercy HospitalThey may be wearing pink on the the field this October, but The Baltimore Ravens off-the-field contributions are doing more for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Sunday, July 27, 2014Today is the American Cancer Society's 15th Annual Taste For Life.
Thursday, July 17, 2014Marty Bass has Coffee With Jason Priestley. Gigi Barnett has People Are Talking about Taste for Life.
37th Annual Great American Smokeout Urges Smokers To Set Plan To Quit The American Cancer Society is asking millions of Americans to put out their cigarettes and make a plan to quit as part of the 37th annual Great American Smokeout.
Thousands Make Strides Against Breast Cancer In Annual WalkOne leg in front of the other--it's how thousands of breast cancer survivors continued the fight against the disease this weekend.
Cancer Death Rates Drop 20 Percent Since 1991More than a half a million people are predicted to die this year in America from all forms of cancer. Though the overall number is staggering, the predicted deaths are showing a decrease from a high reached in 1991.
How To Help Your Kids Choose The Best Extra-Curricular ActivitiesHelp your kids learn and prepare for the future through after-school activities.
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