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  • It's time to sit back and enjoy fresh, crisp white wines that seem to hold springtime in a glass.
  • There are many emblems of spring: crocus, daffodils, Easter bunnies and chocolate eggs. But for foodies all over town the true first sign of spring is the asparagus.
  • According to the Sleep Association, about 50-70 million adults in the U.S. have a sleep disorder, involving issues with the quality of sleep that can cause a number of health consequences— a problem that can be exacerbated by the stress brought on from the pandemic.
  • Hugh has found tremendous value in a second label, crafted for the wise budget.
  • Back in 2004, Maryland lawmakers approved a bill meant to encourage wind power, solar panels, and other renewable energy sources as a strategy for fighting climate change.
  • You don't have to look too closely to see smiles on the faces of Maryland farmers. A visit to your favorite farmers market will show you all you need to know: table after table of fresh produce and protein. We've had a nice spring with just enough warmth and a fair amount of rain, so, Chef Jerry Pellegrino says, it's a great time for Marylanders to go shopping.
  • Early assessment and therapeutic interventions for autism spectrum disorder can greatly influence a child’s development. No matter how young, expert assessment and intervention can positively change a child's life trajectory. Listen to Dr. Christine Hess from Kennedy Krieger’s Center for Autism and Related Disorders share Milo’s story of how therapy as an infant made a huge difference in his life.
  • Nearly half of parents surveyed report disagreeing with a child's grandparents about discipline, bedtimes, manners, and a number of other choices. Sometimes these arguments escalate to the point where grandparents have limited or no chance to spend time with the children. We have some tips on how to limit these conflicts for the good of the child.
  • Everybody has a list of comfort foods that they turn to in times of bother. Here's a short list of red wines that will give you great comfort as well.
  • Maybe it's a guy thing: it's late afternoon and you'd love to have a snack, but a cookie or two doesn't appeal. You start thinking and then the image of a handful of beef jerky pops into your head and you gotta have it. As Chef Jerry Pellegrino has told me, if you had planned ahead you could have easily whipped up a mess of beef jerky all by yourself.