Growing concern from one doctor about what you feed your baby. He says white rice cereal, long recommended as a first solid food for babies, may lead to childhood obesity.
One doctor is calling it the tap root of the child obesity epidemic.
Doctor Alan Greene says that because white rice cereal is the number one source of calories from solid foods in a baby's first year he believes it conditions children to prefer sugary processed foods.
He wants parents to start their babies on pureed fruits and vegetables combined with a whole grain cereal.
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It appears more and more young people may be sleepy at the wheel. A new study ties a lack of sleep to a significantly higher risk for crashes among young drivers.
Sunbathers this summer will find new sunscreen labels that are designed to make the products more effective and easier to use.
If you're hoping to get a jump start on your tan this summer, the Food and Drug Administration has a warning for you.
A fight in Edgemere leads to a shooting that sends one to the hospital Tuesday night.
A man is in Shock Trauma after a stabbing in Halethorpe early Wednesday morning.
The temperatures are heating up, perhaps putting you in the mood for a nice, cold treat. Starting today, the Maryland's Best Ice Cream Trail opens.