Kennedy Krieger Institute
The NFL and the National Institutes of Health are coming together to learn more about brain injuries. The NIH is funding eight projects studying the long term effects of concussions.
A Maryland holiday tradition kicks off. Thousands of people headed to the Timonium Fairgrounds for the first day of Kennedy Krieger’s Festival of Trees.
The largest holiday event on the East Coast is right around the corner. The Festival of Trees benefiting the Kennedy Krieger Institute starts the day after Thanksgiving.
More than 300 motorcyclists from the mid-Atlantic cruise the Beltway to deliver hundreds of toys. The giveaway has nothing to do with the holidays, but it is a celebration of life.
Countless people know the feeling that comes from hugging their pet. A few years ago, hospitals began bringing pets in to cheer up their patients.
Most of the time, disabled students are not able to join their high school sports teams.
The Grand Prix of Baltimore is only a few months away. This year, the race is using its popularity to help sick kids.
Baltimoreans love their snowballs. With warmer weather just around the corner, there’s something new on the streets that’s just as cool.
More than a million people in America are living with autism. As part of WJZ’s Continuing Community Commitment, we are sponsoring the ROAR for Autism event at Oregon Ridge this Sunday.
It’s Autism Awareness Month, and researchers at Baltimore’s Kennedy Krieger Institute have developed a new initiative to help identify autism in infant siblings of children with the disorder.
The box stores may have been the most popular destination for many Friday, but –the Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees at the Fairgrounds had to be a close second.
It’s one of the most popular attractions during Baltimore’s holiday season. The 23rd annual Festival of Trees gets underway Friday in Timonium.