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BMore Well: Fighting Through The Winter Blues

CBS Baltimore (Health) 12/1 2:10P Health – CBS Baltimore
Nicole Baker s goal with this segment is to give you easy, practical everyday tips on staying well, safe and happy. She will spotlight stories that bring you a dose of wellness during our newscasts, and you ll find longer-form stories streaming...

Doctors Urge Regular Cancer Screenings After Record Low During Pandemic

CBS Baltimore (Health) 12/1 11:47A Health – CBS Baltimore
BALTIMORE (WJZ) Skipping cancer screenings is the route many people took during the height of the pandemic, and doctors say they re noticing some serious consequences as a result. They re urging people to rebook those appointments now. Dr. Dona...

Here’s How Omicron Could Make The Supply Chain Mess Worse

CBS Baltimore (Health) 12/1 11:24A Health – CBS Baltimore
(CNN) Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo is concerned the Omicron coronavirus variant will exacerbate pressure on the already stressed-out global supply chain. It s way too soon to tell. But I do worry, because we know people are afraid to go to...

Why WHO Skipped Two Letters Of The Greek Alphabet In Naming Omicron

CBS Baltimore (Health) 11/29 9:48A Health – CBS Baltimore
(CNN) The naming of the new coronavirus variant Omicron is causing some confusion. Since May the World Health Organization has been using letters of the Greek alphabet , in order, to name coronavirus variants. Delta was the most dominant one,...

UMD To Receive $100K Contract To Upgrade EPA’s Environmental Justice Tool

CBS Baltimore (Health) 11/29 4:24A Health – CBS Baltimore
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) The University of Maryland s School of Public Health is set to receive a $100,000 federal grant to upgrade an Environmental Protection Agency mapping tool that tracks issues such as the concentration of homes with lead...

Virginia Confirms 1st Death From Rare Covid-linked Condition

CBS Baltimore (Health) 11/26 8:14A Health – CBS Baltimore
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia health officials announced Friday that they ve confirmed the state’s first death from a rare inflammatory condition in children linked with the coronavirus. The child was between 10 and 19 years old and lived in the...
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