American Diabetes Association Launches 'Fabulous You' ProgramWe all want to feel fabulous, but for women living with Type 2 diabetes, it can be a difficult goal. That's why the Maryland Diabetes Association is launching a new program called "Fabulous You" and it's working!
Doctor Exposed To Ebola Now Being Treated In Md.An American doctor exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone is in isolation now at NIH.
Researchers: Later School Start Time Could Make Kids HealthierPushing back the school start time for teens. Research suggests it could help with kids' overall health.
Ravens Teach Younger Players About Dangers Of ConcussionsPlaying hard on the field could cause some young players to end up with concussions. This weekend, the Ravens are making sure some young players understand the dangers.
Some NICU Parents Work To Give Back With Race This SundayThe day a baby is delivered is one the parents will remember forever--but for some, the day turns even more stressful because their newborn has to be rushed to Neo-Natal Intensive Care.
New Group Combats Childhood Obesity By Taking On DrinksChildhood obesity is a huge problem in Maryland. Now health advocates are teaming up with state lawmakers to push for change. The new coalition was announced in Annapolis Wednesday.
Flu Hits Md. Teens, Young Adults Especially Hard This YearMaryland is still in the grip of this year's flu season. And across the nation, doctors say it's hitting teens and young adults especially hard.
New Study Shows 4 Things Will Help You Live LongerGroundbreaking research about lifestyle changes and living longer. A new study led by Johns Hopkins researchers finds four things can make a huge difference.
Study: Teen Athletes May Not Take Concussions SeriouslyAn alarming study about teenage athletes. It turns out young players are not taking head injuries very seriously.
2013 Flu Now Considered An EpidemicIt's hitting harder than anyone expected. This year's flu is now considered an epidemic and Maryland is among the states impacted.
Baltimore Broadcaster Gives His Daughter The Ultimate GiftMany people know former Orioles executive Jim Duquette, who now broadcasts on WJZ-FM The Fan. But few know the pain his family has lived with for years. Like so many others in this country, Duquette's little girl needed a kidney transplant to live.
Drive-Thru Flu Shots Are Becoming Increasingly PopularOn the spot flu shots. It's a fast, convenient way to help fight the flu this season.