Health & Fitness
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Get Back On Track With Your Health

I encourage you to get back on track with your health and that starts with a preventative health appointment. more

What Is Glaucoma?

What is glaucoma? more

Water Safety In Dogs

While splashing in the water can be fun for your pets, here are a few ways to keep that fun as safe as possible. more

Metabolism Myths

Before you begin thinking you are cursed or doing something wrong, realize there is much hope and a lot within your control. more

Green Point Wellness Offers Cannabis As An Alternative Form Of Treatment

Patients use cannabis to fight debilitating health issues: the inability to sleep, arthritis and joint pain, and more. more

How Often Should I Get An Eye Exam?

While blurred vision or redness of the eyes can be indications of problems, some eye diseases develop without any symptoms. more

Surprising Ways Supportive Care Can Help People Age In Place

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. more

Return From Oz

With work and school becoming virtual, adults and children alike have had to forgo activities they looked forward to attending. more

Aerobic Exercise: How To Do It Right

Aerobic exercise involves getting your heart beating faster and getting oxygenated blood flowing around your body. more

Has The Pandemic Affected Your Child’s Communication?

Young children have had fewer chances to meet and play with other children in their community. more

Department Of Health Guidelines For Reopening Schools

This guidance will address three mitigation strategies: masking, testing and vaccination. more

What You Should Know About The COVID-19 Delta Variant

A mutated form of the virus, known as the delta variant, is circulating worldwide. And it’s important we all know something about it. more

Health Department To Conduct Raccoon Oral Rabies Vaccinations

The baits contain liquid rabies vaccine and will be placed in neighborhoods by ground teams of trained Department of Health staff. more

Understanding Cataracts: Symptoms And Treatment

Cataracts, unlike other conditions, are usually a gradual decline in vision. more

Getting Back Into A Fitness Routine Today

A few simple steps can help you get back on track with your health and fitness routine. more

Prostate Cancer Screening

Guidelines vary, but in general, men should be screened for prostate cancer starting around age 50. more

Seven Ways Hearing Tech Supports Your Active Summer

Hearing technology keeps you active and in the moment no matter how you enjoy your summer. more

Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center Introduces Zen Den To Ease Teenage Anxiety

A planning team has transformed the hospital’s old playroom into a Zen den. more

“SPENT: Discussing Dementia” To Premiere on MPT Next Week

“SPENT: Discussing Dementia” brings together leading experts in the fields of dementia and related illness. more

How To Choose The Right Cancer Doctor: Six Things To Know

Whether the cancer diagnosis came through primary care or the emergency room at your local hospital, your first step should be to choose an oncologist. more
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