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Family workouts that strengthen bodies and bonds

Families can designate time for quick, fun workouts they do together

Busy is the operative word for many modern families.

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Even Though Blacks Borrow More for College, Enrollment Declines

Recognizing that a college degree is one of the surest paths to a job and economic security, Black families are taking on more student loan debt than White and Hispanic families, according to a new report by Wells Fargo.

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Baltimore riots: Emails between city leaders show chaos, confusion

Baltimore officials knew protests could erupt the day of Freddie Gray's funeral but were overwhelmed by the riots that followed.

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Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Defensive Backs

The Baltimore Ravens faced an unprecedented amount of injuries to the cornerback position during the 2014 NFL season

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Calorie miscount? Nike to pay refunds on its FuelBands

Get ready to cash in your sweaty old Nike "FuelBand" because you might not have been burning as many calories as you thought.

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Lettuce, livers, berries and other leading sources of food poisoning

There are an estimated 76 million cases of food poisoning in the U.S. every year

There are an estimated 76 million cases of food poisoning in the United States every year. A small fraction of these illnesses lead to hospitalization and death, but the vast majority usually just lead to a wretched day on the toilet.

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Bobbi Kristina Brown and Whitney Houston: Linked in death as in life

Bobbi Kristina Brown died Sunday at the age of 22

When superstar singer Whitney Houston died on the eve of the Grammys in 2012, fans expressed concern over the welfare of her then-18-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown.

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Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Front Seven

Mosley had wrist surgery and was out for most of the Ravens off season activities.

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Everyone's a Kid Day at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

There’s nothing like a trip to the Zoo to make everyone feel like kid!

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Walmart announces infant car seat designed to prevent hot car deaths

38 children die in hot cars each year, KidsAndCars.org reports

Walmart and Evenflo announced this week a new infant car seat with technology designed to remind drivers of their backseat passengers, and stop children from dying in hot cars.

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Meatless Monday: ‘Fish and Chips’ With Vegan Tartar Sauce

Meatless Monday: ‘Fish and Chips’ With Vegan Tartar Sauce

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Ask Alma: Mom’s friend turned on me

My husband was laid off after 16 years on the job. My salary alone wasn’t enough to keep up with the bills, so we decided moving in with my mom was the best thing.

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Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Offensive Line

The Baltimore Ravens were able to run the ball very consistently last season thanks to the offensive line.

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“Empire” Star Jamal Smollett still a social sctivist

Before he was Jamal Lyon, the sensitive, talented gay son of drug dealer-turned-music mogul on the hit television show, “Empire,” Jussie Smollett, was a social activist.

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Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Tight Ends

The tight end position will take on a key role for the Baltimore Ravens in Marc Trestman’s offensive scheme.

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Replacing your Social Security card?

Keeping your Social Security number card in a safe place is vital to protecting you against identity theft. Never keep it in your purse or wallet — this is the most common way people lose their card. No matter how hard you try to keep track of your important documents, sometimes they get lost or even stolen.

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Ravens 2015 Training Camp positional preview: Wide Receivers

There was a buzz among the media about the Baltimore Ravens wide receivers throughout OTAs and mini-camps.

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Rodney H. Scaife named National Kidney Foundation of Maryland Board Chair

The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland (NKF-MD) has elected Rodney H. Scaife chairman of its board of directors.

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The quiet killer: Sitting in the dark

Americans are working more than ever— and it's slowly killing them. The typical employee now logs 47 hours a week at work— and spends nearly six hours a day sitting, often in a windowless office or cubicle.

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Tips to consider when refinancing your home

Buying a home is a great thing, but what happens after the big purchase?

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