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Your wait at the Airport might be getting shorterAmerican Airlines passengers could start spending less time in security lines. The airline and the Transportation Security Administration have partnered to bring a state-of-the-art baggage screening system to four hub airports.
Top Baby Names so far in 2016
This week, baby name site Nameberry ranked which names attracted the most views of the nearly 40 million visits to its name pages in the first half of 2016. The list gauges the baby names that are winning the most attention from parents-to-be right now and may predict which names will be used most for babies in the future.
There’s a new girls’ name at the head of the baby names popularity list for the first half of 2016, with Olivia claiming Nameberry’s official no. 1 spot.
Olivia replaces Charlotte, the girls’ top name for 2015, which slips to no. 3. Amelia, Ava, and Isla round out the girls’ top five. Five new girls’ names ascend to the top 10 in 2016: Arabella, Aurora, Adeline, Isabella, and Mia.Ezra holds his place at the top of the boys’ popular names list, a position the biblical name claimed in 2015.
The top five boys’ names retain the order they held last year: Ezra, Asher, Atticus, Declan, and Oliver. Only two names are new to the boys’ top 10 in 2016: Levi and Wyatt.
The boys’ name that’s rising in popularity the fastest — moving up 49 places since last year — is Aryan. An Indo-Iranian name that means warrior or honorable, Aryan is currently no. 697 on the official U.S. popularity list. (But its controversial nature related to white supremacy undoubtedly accounts for some of its attention.)
Other hot baby names for boys, all up more than 40 places, are John, Tobias, Daniel, Xavier, and Maxwell.
For girls, the name that’s most notably rising in popularity is Sadie, up 48 places. Other girls’ names up more than 30 places in 2016 are Elise, Astrid, Isabella, and Thea.
Several unusual names made their way onto the 2016 top 100. You may start hearing of more baby girls named Anouk, Cecilia, Freya, and Ophelia and more baby boys named Alistair, Hugo, and Lucian.
Here’s the top 10 for girls and boys for the first half of 2016. The full top 100 for both genders appears on Nameberry.
It is going to be hot and Humid, this is how you can tell (humor)
1)Bald guys are having bad hair day
2)Mosquitoes are the only ones that look comfortable
3)The central air bill just went through the roof
4)You’re sweating in the shower
5)Your ice cream melted before you left Beef N Buns
6)You spent your day standing in front of the osculating fan
7)Your morning jog ended at the end of your driveway
8)You put deodorant under your knees
9) You sit inside the ice cooler
10) You actually can’t wait for January
June 27th is National HIV Testing Day
June 27th is National HIV Testing Day. Today is National HIV Testing Day. Why should you care? The CDC says one in six people don’t even know they have HIV. Over one-million people are currently living with the disease. Since the disease first surfaced in the early 1980s, it has killed more than 35-million people around the world.
The good news? Modern antiretroviral medications can keep people with HIV alive for decades. According to new research, a white gay man in America diagnosed with HIV today at age 20 can expect to live as long as any healthy man in the U.S.
Who should get tested? The CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested at least once for HIV. Women who are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant should also get tested. At-risk groups, such as men who have sex with men, intravenous drug users, and sex workers should be tested every three to six months.
A few other facts to consider:
- Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM), particularly young black/African American MSM, are most seriously affected by HIV.
- Young people aged 13 to 24 accounted for an estimated 26% of all new HIV infections in the United States in 2010.
- Almost 60% of youth with HIV in the United States don’t know they are infected.
- The biggest challenge is perception, you know, the good ole “it’ll never happen to me” nonsense. It can and it will if you’re not protecting yourself – and it only takes once! So be smart AND GET TESTED! It’s as simple as a saliva swab. Don’t know where to go? Visit cdc.gov.
Bob Video: Somerford Dunk Tank
YOU THROW LIKE A GIRL!
Bob Miller has been the Morning Mayor for over 20 years and has been with WFMD for over 27 years.
He is a Frederick County Native, and the son of “Doc Miller” a local Legendary Veterinarian.
Bob Grew up on a 180 acre beef farm, was part of 4-H and FFA and showed cattle all over the country.
He attended Walkersville High School where he was the Senior class president and class clown of the class of 1980. One of those picks was probably a poor choice, will let you decide. He was also part of the first Walkersville High Football team and the “Mean 19” .
Bob has been Married to Lynda for over 30 years, and they have two Wonderful Children, Erin and Bryan. They also have a grandbaby named Kaelyn.
Bob knew wanted to be on the radio from a very early age, and has worked at some of the best stations in the Baltimore and DC area. His Mom is happy he is on the radio so she can finally turn him off.
He is so happy to be partnered with Ryan Hedrick to provide the best News, information, stimulating talk, and lots of fun M-F on Free talk 930WFMD.
Ryan Hedrick is a radio host and journalist who has worked at various stations including 930 WFMD in Frederick, Maryland, News Talk 103.7 FM in Chambersburg, PA, Sirius XM in Washington D.C., and WBEN in Buffalo, New York. He has received an award for Major Market Enterprise Reporting from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. He is a native of Southern California, enjoys outdoor activities, and is an avid reader and runner. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife.
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