Chipotle Looks to Recover With Temporary Loyalty ProgramChipotle is introducing a temporary loyalty program intended to get customers back into its stores following a series of food scares.
Pepsi to Reintroduce Aspartame In New Diet BeveragePepsiCo is creating a new diet beverage for fans of aspartame less than a year after pulling the artificial sweetener as part of a marketing move over safety concerns.
Abortion Pill Requests Spike In Zika Outbreak CountriesA new study finds that requests for abortion pills spiked dramatically this year in Brazil, Ecuador and some other Latin American countries that have had outbreaks of Zika virus, which has been shown to cause severe birth defects.
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Celebrates 150 YearsSinai Hospital is celebrating its 150th year, making it one of Baltimore's oldest hospitals.
Would Teens Be Slimmer If Celebs Hawked Kale & Quinoa?The authors of a new study think music stars may be contributing to the obesity epidemic by endorsing fatty fast food, snacks and soda.
CDC Collecting More Data On Pregnant Women With Zika VirusThe number of pregnant women infected with Zika virus is on the rise in the United States.
Paralyzed Teen Uses Art To Create A New FutureA local high school student paralyzed in a terrible accident at the beach last summer is using his artwork to design a new future for himself.
CDC Posts Plan for Dealing With Any Zika Outbreaks In USThe government has come up with a plan in case mosquitoes start spreading Zika in the U.S.
Maryland Health Officials Try To Battle Heroin EpidemicDrug overdoses have taken more lives than ever in Maryland.
Malaria-Proof Mosquito? Tool Promising But Needs More StudyA powerful new technology holds the promise of rapidly altering genes to make malaria-proof mosquitoes, eliminate their Zika-carrying cousins or wipe out an invasive species.
City Leaders Calling For Warning Labels For Sugary DrinksBaltimore City leaders are pushing for businesses to warn customers before they buy sugar-sweetened beverages.
For The First Time, More Than 4 In 10 US Women are ObeseThe nation's obesity epidemic continues to grow, led by an alarming increase among women. For the first time, more than 4 in 10 U.S. women are obese, according to new government health statistics.

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