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Thursday, Nov 15, 2012

How Do Your Children Grow?

How Do Your Children Grow?

Most children grow fast at that age, but these days it seems kids are growing faster than ever.

Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012

"The Biggest Loser" Study

"The Biggest Loser" Study

NIH scientists investigate whether real people can lose weight like a "Biggest Loser" contestant. News4's Doreen Gentzler reports.

Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012

Child Growth Rate

Child Growth Rate

Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet, of Family Allergy & Asthma Care in Gaithersburg, Md., answers some questions about child growth.

Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012

One-Woman, Full-Service Health Clinic

One-Woman, Full-Service Health Clinic

Jaki Bradley is trying to solve her community's health problems one patient at a time. She opened a health clinic in the basement of a southeast D.C. church. News4's Doreen Gentzler reports.

Monday, Oct 22, 2012

Yoga Benefits People of All Ages

Yoga Benefits People of All Ages

Kim Weeks of Boundless Yoga, on how yoga can benefit people of all ages.

Wednesday, Oct 17, 2012

When and How to Use Drug Store Clinics, Urgent Care Clinics and Medispas

When and How to Use Drug Store Clinics, Urgent Care Clinics and Medispas

Busy parents don't always have time to get to the doctor's office. Many people use drug store clinics, urgent care clinics or medi-spas for medical treatment and advice, but when should you use those facilities, and what's the best way to use them? Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet, of Family Allergy & Asthma Care in Gaithersburg, Md., has the answers.

Tuesday, Oct 16, 2012

Lung Cancer in a 14-Year-Old?

Lung Cancer in a 14-Year-Old?

After battling a cold that wouldn't go away, a Maryland teen learns she has lung cancer.

Monday, Oct 15, 2012

The Benefits of Yoga for Pregnant Women

The Benefits of Yoga for Pregnant Women

Kim Weeks of Boundless Yoga and Leah Markowitz discuss and demonstrate the benefits yoga can have for pregnant women. It helps them breathe and relax, which can help with the physical demands of pregnancy.

Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012

What's Your Workout? Fit for Office

What's Your Workout? Fit for Office

The latest fitness class helps you take your passion for politics and put it into your workout.

Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012

How Dogs Keep You Healthy

How Dogs Keep You Healthy

Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet, of Family Allergy & Asthma Care in Gaithersburg, Md., on how dogs can benefit your health.

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Citizens of Northern Virginia are pushing for their Congresswoman to show up to a town hall meeting they have organized, but have yet to hear a response.

Trump Calls JCC Threats 'Horrible' After Clinton Criticism

Trump Calls JCC Threats 'Horrible' After Clinton Criticism

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that a series of bomb threats called in to Jewish community centers around the country in the last few months "are horrible and painful." They were his first remarks specifically addressing the threats, coming amid mounting criticism about his silence. Earlier Tuesday, Hillary Clinton called the series of threats and attacks against Jews and Jewish groups "so troubling" in a tweet that urged Trump to speak out against them. Trump spoke over an hour later at a news conference at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. "The anti-Semitic threats targeting our Jewish community and community centers are horrible and painful and a very sad reminder of the work that still must be done to root out hate and prejudice and evil," he said.

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Millions Targeted for Possible Deportation Under Trump Rules

Millions of people living in the United States illegally could be targeted for deportation — including people simply arrested for traffic violations — under a sweeping rewrite of immigration enforcement policies announced Tuesday by the Trump administration. Any immigrant who is in the country illegally and is charged or convicted of any offense, or even suspected of a crime, will now be an enforcement priority, according to Homeland Security Department memos signed by Secretary John Kelly. That could include people arrested for shoplifting or minor offenses — or simply having crossed the border illegally.

GM: Metro Needs Outside Funds to Handle Budget Shortfall

GM: Metro Needs Outside Funds to Handle Budget Shortfall

The general manager of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority painted a bleak financial picture during a conference call on Tuesday. He said as soon as he plugs this year's budget gap, more problems will be coming down the bend.

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