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Bethesda is located in southwestern Maryland, just southwest of Washington DC. It was named after Bethesda Meeting House, a local church of the 1820s, which had been named in honor of Jerusalem's Pool Bethesda. In Hebrew it means "House of Kindness," and in Aramaic it means "House of Mercy." The book series The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants takes place in Bethesda, as its author, Ann Brashares, has many ties to the town and surrounding area.

Population: 55277
Local Newspapers: Examiner Express Politico Rock Creek Free Press USA Today Washington Post Washington Times Hill Rag Voice of the Hill
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
Local Colleges: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Zip Codes associated with bethesda, maryland: 20814 20815 20816 21817
Towns/Cities near bethesda, maryland : Chevy Chase Glen Echo Somerset Glenwood South Kensington Brookmont

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Muscle Paralysis May Increase Bone Loss

Bethesda, Md. -Muscle paralysis rapidly causes inflammation in nearby bone marrow, which may promote the formation of large cells that break down bone, a new study finds.

Father find's 17-year-old son's body in the woods

Teen's body found by his father in the woods after he died of acute alcohol intoxication, drowning and hypothermia walking home from a house party Frank Sepehri found his son Navid's body in a puddle in the woods about three miles from their home Sunday night The Bethesda, Maryland father grew concerned when the 17-year-old didn't return from a friend's house Saturday night On Friday, the medical examiner released a report showing Navid died of a combination of acute alcohol intoxication, drowning and hypothermia The senior at Walt Whitman High School was set to study computer science next year at the University of Maryland, College Park A Bethesda, Maryland father found his son's dead body in the woods, after the teen failed to come home after a house party this weekend.

See it: Joe Biden consoles Meghan McCain over her dad's cancer

The Arizona senator was diagnosed earlier this year with glioblastoma, the brain cancer that killed Biden's son Beau in 2015. Former Vice President Biden was a guest on the ABC chatfest to promote his new memoir, "Promise Me, Dad," which focuses on Beau.

Pair carrots with the warmth of harissa for a bright dish

This Dec. 11, 2017 photo shows a North African carrot and chickpea salad in Bethesda, Md.

Correction: Food-Healthy-Shepherd's Pie story

This Nov. 20, 2017 photo shows a spoonful of Lightened Shepherd's Pie in Bethesda, Md., made with cauliflower puree instead of potatoes. This dish is from a recipe by Melissa d'Arabian.

What your daily routine should look like, according to science

Wondering if it's better to workout in the morning or at night? Whether that multivitamin you pop every morning does anything? Or perhaps how long you need to workout to start to see results? You can use their answers to guide many of the decisions you make on a day-to-day basis, from what you eat in the morning to how often you wash the sheets you sleep in. If you showered yesterday, you should probably skip it today.

Police used social media to find Bethesda teen's body

Montgomery County's police chief says social media helped investigators build a timeline of the night a Bethesda teen went missing and then helped lead officers to the woods where they found his body. Montgomery County Police Chief Tom Manger said police are still investigating how 17-year-old Navid Sepehri ended up dead behind the popular Bannockburn Swim Club.

Encounters: 'Insecure' No More, Yvonne Orji Still Enjoys Cheap Pizza

Not long ago, after performing for a packed audience at Carolines on Broadway as part of a stand-up show called "Sisters of Comedy: Night of Levity for Black Lives," Yvonne Orji gathered more than a dozen of her friends who live in New York to celebrate. They did not go to Wildair or Le Coucou or Cosme or any other restaurant where the wait can be as long than dinner itself.

Fasting may boost brainpower by giving neurons more energy

Could regular fasting make you smarter? People following regimes like the popular 5:2 diet usually do so for weight loss, but some who try it say it makes them mentally sharper too. If this is true, experiments in mice may have explained why.

Should a rabbi take Communion?

Rabbi Sid Schwarz directs the Kenissa: Communities of Meaning Network as well as the Clergy Leadership Incubator , a program that trains rabbis to be visionary spiritual leaders. Both are projects of Hazon.

Body found in wooded area identified as missing Maryland teen

A body found Sunday in a wooded area in a suburb of Washington, D.C., has been identified as that of a 17-year-old boy who went missing a day earlier, according to police. The body of Navid Nicholas Sepehri, a senior at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland, was found in a wooded area in the city that is about 20 minutes northeast of the nation's capital, Montgomery County police said in a statement.

National lung cancer roundtable brings together patients, clinicians, others

December 11, 2017- The National Lung Cancer Roundtable holds its inaugural meeting on December 11-12, 2017 in Bethesda, Md., the first major meeting for a new nationwide coalition of organizations committed to addressing the challenges of moving lung cancer screening into the mainstream. The Roundtable, launched in March 2017, currently includes approximately 65 organizational members, among them clinical professionals, researchers, lung cancer advocates and patients, healthcare organizations and cancer centers, insurers, and government agencies.

2017 Maryland Bike and Ped funding includes WB&A bridge and National Harbor bikeshare

The Maryland Department of Transportation announced $20,395,834 in grants to support improvements for bicycle and pedestrian safety and connectivity across the state. A project to link the WB&A Trail in Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties will receive $4.7 million from the Transportation Alternatives Program.

Missing teenager found dead in Bethesda new

A 17-year-old male reported missing Saturday night was found dead Sunday in a wooded area of Bethesda, Maryland, and detectives from the Montgomery County Police Department are seeking information on the case. Police say the body of Navid Nicholas Sepehri, of Bethesda, was found in the 6500 block of Laverock Lane around 5 p.m. The teenager was reported as a missing person to the police department around 11:30 p.m. Saturday after he did not return home, according to police.

Nebraska Football: Juco WR Jaron Woodyard Commits

I knew as soon as I hit send on that last piece that some kid would come out and commit. Here is commit #2 of the SCOTT FROST era, bringing Nebraska up to NINE commits.

Body found in the Bethesda area of Montgomery County on Sunday

A body was found Sunday in the Bethesda area of Montgomery County, and the county police said they were investigating. The body, described only as that of a male, was found in woods near Braeburn Court, the county police said.

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TerraForm Global (GLBL) Cut to "Hold" at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "TerraForm Global, Inc. is a diversified renewable energy company. It owns and operates clean energy projects consists of solar, wind and hydro-electric generation assets.

DHS S&T's Rapid Dna Tech Completes Dna Testing in Minutes Instead of Months

In late November 2017, the Massachusetts Office of Chief Medical Examiner issued their first official identification of a deceased person based on the accredited use of Rapid DNA in their lab. This represents the successful transition of Rapid DNA to a state agency as well as a successful modification and use of the AABB Standards for accreditation of Rapid DNA for relationship testing.

MD Delegate Wants To Stop Giving Country Clubs Tax Breaks

Special deals are letting Maryland's country clubs get steep tax discounts according to Maryland Del. David Moon.

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