A new study suggests dyes found in foods can worsen attention deficit hyperactive disorder in children.
Nearly 1 in 10 children suffers from ADHD, a disorder that makes it hard to focus. It can take a toll on academic performance.
The dyes are used in thousands of foods, everything from cereal to candy to chips and macaroni and cheese.
The food industry has insisted "the safety of artificial colors has been affirmed through extensive review."
An FDA panel will vote this week on whether to recommend warning labels on foods with the coloring.
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After two years of working to build Maryland Health Connection, Executive Director Rebecca Pearce has resigned.
This is a study that might make moms pretty mad. According to the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health, modern moms are spending more time watching television and less time doing housework.
After dealing with consistent pain for years, a Bel Air mom takes a drastic step to remove a popular form of birth control from her body.
A 79-year-old is in critical condition after being hit by a car near Cradlerock Way and Dockside Lane in Columbia.
A 30-year-old man is behind bars after police say they seized more than one half-million dollars worth of marijuana in a drug bust on Friday.
A crash involving several cars has shut down I-83 South Friday evening.
The Enoch Pratt Free Library is hosting its Annual Books Sale starting Friday Dec. 6 to Sunday Dec. 8.