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  1. Start the School Year on the Right Foot With Necessary Vaccines

    As the lazy days of summer come to an end, many parents with school-age children are beginning their back to school preparations. If you’re among them, be sure to include your child’s pediatric check-up and/or annual immunizations on your list. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have a list of recommended vaccinations your child should receive— as well as when they should receive them. Newer additions to the schedule in the State of Maryland are specific vaccinations for children who are entering kindergarten and seventh grade. As of last year, the law requires that students entering kindergarten this fall must have two varicella vaccinations. Meanwhile, students who are entering seventh grade must have one Tdap (Tetanus-diphtheria-attenuated pertussis) and one meningococcal (MCV4) vaccination.

    Immunization is a key part of protecting your child’s health. Millions of lives have been saved and untold cases of diseases have been prevented because of people getting vaccines to help them develop immunity to serious infections. Diseases that used to affect many people, such as polio, measles, pertussis (whooping cough), and meningitis, now are rare thanks to vaccines. It’s important to note that the germs that cause these illnesses continue to exist; so continued immunization is critical to the health of your child.

    Additionally, immunization isn’t just good for your child’s health; it’s also good for those around him or her. When you immunize your child, you help protect the health of others including those who are too young to be vaccinated, those who are unable to be vaccinated due to medical reasons, and those for whom a vaccine may not be effective.  

    As you enjoy your final days of summer and begin your back-to-school shopping, please include your child’s health among your plans. Here’s wishing you and yours a happy, healthy and safe school year!

    Back-to-School Immunization Clinics - To assist parents in getting their children immunized before the start of the 2015 to 2016 school year, the Baltimore County Department of Health will provide recommended vaccines at no cost for children up to age 18 who are eligible under the Vaccines for Children program. Learn more about the clinics held August 4 to 19, the Saturday clinics and the daily walk-in clinics at the health centers that are being offered in August and September.

    Linda Grossman, M.D., Chief, Bureau of Clinical Services
    Baltimore County Department of Health

    Tue, 04 Aug 2015 14:57:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/BaltimoreCountyNow/Start_the_School_Year_on_the_Right_Foot_With_Necessary_Vaccines
  2. Baltimore County Restaurant Week Kicks-Off

    Participating Restaurants Offering Specials July 31 through August 15, from $15.15 to $35.15

    Today, at Kooper’s Jacksonville, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced the 10th Baltimore County Restaurant Week to begin on Friday, July 31. At the kick-off, Kamenetz was joined by promotion partner Keith Scott, president-CEO of Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce.

    Fifty-nine Baltimore County restaurants have joined the summer promotion.

    The participating restaurants from across the County will feature special menus at discounted, fixed prices, offering one to three course brunch, lunch, and dinner specials ranging from $15.15 to $35.15.

    “Foodies and patrons alike look forward to Restaurant Week – it’s a great time for them to experience places they’ve been meaning to try at a big savings,” stated Kamenetz. “I encourage everyone to experience the many diverse cuisines in the County and support the local restaurant industry.”

    “Baltimore County’s restaurants provide not only enjoyment for its patrons, but employment to nearly 25,500 workers in its 1,567 establishments,” said Scott. “The restaurant industry is big business in Baltimore County, bringing in $1.4 billion in sales yearly.”

    For a list of all participating restaurants, menus, and reservations visit, www.baltimorecountyrestaurantweek.com.

    Partners for the promotion include the Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion, Downtown Diane, and The Restaurant Association of Maryland.

    Thu, 30 Jul 2015 19:04:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/BaltimoreCountyNow/Baltimore_County_Restaurant_Week_KicksOff
  3. Will Bobby Flay create a Towson Burger?

    Enjoy the Video Challenge

    In the spirit of Bobby’s Burger Palace, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz invites Chef Bobby Flay to the newest BBP restaurant to create a signature Towson Burger using made-in-Baltimore County ingredients.

    Check out the video for the burger challenge and see Bobby’s Burger Palace, which just opened at the Towson Square entertainment center. 

    Tue, 28 Jul 2015 19:36:00 GMThttp://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/BaltimoreCountyNow/Will_Bobby_Flay_create_a_Towson_Burger
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