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he Alzheimer’s Foundation of America will host a free virtual Alzheimer’s educational conference for Maryland residents on Thursday, November 18.
10/29/21 05:19 PM
And researchers believe we’re likely in for a rough flu season – on top of new COVID-19 variants that continue to spread rapidly through our communities.
By Jean Murray | Director of Infection Prevention and Epidemiology, Luminis Health |
10/29/21 05:11 PM
Millersville native John Fritz died of a rare heart condition and a year later, his friends and family are coming together to walk in his honor.
By Alyson Kay |
10/4/21 04:29 PM
Of the American population affected by hearing loss, more than 19 million are ages 45 and up.
By Chesapeake Hearing Centers |
10/4/21 04:18 PM
Dr. Capella highlights the key aspects of care to consider when getting any exotic pet.
Dr. Monica Capella | Associate Veterinarian, VCA Calvert Veterinary Center |
10/4/21 04:13 PM
Family routines are everything our current COVID-19 times are not: consistent, predictable and reassuring.
By Jennifer Williams | Luminis Health |
10/4/21 04:03 PM
The Anne Arundel County Department of Health has announced adjustments to its school quarantine recommendations.
10/4/21 03:53 PM
I encourage you to get back on track with your health and that starts with a preventative health appointment.
By Joshua Starr, M.D. | University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Group – Primary Care |
9/8/21 03:49 PM
By Eugene Salvo Jr., M.D. | Glaucoma Specialist | Barenburg Eye Associates |
9/8/21 03:38 PM
While splashing in the water can be fun for your pets, here are a few ways to keep that fun as safe as possible.
By Dr. Meghan Kapilevich | Associate Veterinarian, VCA Calvert Veterinary Center |
9/8/21 03:35 PM
Before you begin thinking you are cursed or doing something wrong, realize there is much hope and a lot within your control.
By Joe Bocek | Park Fitness |
9/8/21 03:32 PM
Patients use cannabis to fight debilitating health issues: the inability to sleep, arthritis and joint pain, and more.
By Zach Sparks |
8/19/21 10:01 AM
While blurred vision or redness of the eyes can be indications of problems, some eye diseases develop without any symptoms.
By Daniel Cason, OD, and Allan Rutzen, MD, FACS |
8/19/21 09:51 AM
There is a way for many people with complex and chronic health conditions to be able to stay where they are. They can seek supportive care.
By Jessica Whittemore, LCSW-C l Social Worker, Chesapeake Supportive Care |
8/19/21 09:43 AM
With work and school becoming virtual, adults and children alike have had to forgo activities they looked forward to attending.
By Jennifer Cook l Office Manager and Instructor, Creative Force Dance Center |
8/19/21 09:34 AM
Aerobic exercise involves getting your heart beating faster and getting oxygenated blood flowing around your body.
By Dr. Vasundhara Muthu, MD |
8/19/21 09:30 AM
Young children have had fewer chances to meet and play with other children in their community.
By Mary Martin l Speech-Language Pathology Assistant l Budding Voices |
8/18/21 05:01 PM
This guidance will address three mitigation strategies: masking, testing and vaccination.
8/18/21 04:58 PM
A mutated form of the virus, known as the delta variant, is circulating worldwide. And it’s important we all know something about it.
By Mary Clance and Jean Murray l Luminis Health |
8/18/21 04:51 PM
The baits contain liquid rabies vaccine and will be placed in neighborhoods by ground teams of trained Department of Health staff.
8/18/21 04:44 PM