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  • Should I Use An Electric Or A Manual Toothbrush?

    Dentistry and modern science have not yielded a cure for tooth decay. The most common disease facing mankind, tooth decay is caused by our bodies’ reaction to what we eat. Today’s dental mission statement should not focus on just reacting to problems; instead, the effort should be in...
  • You Can’t Play The Comparison Game

    How interesting we are as human beings. We are incredible social creators by design. We tend to thrive, for the most part, in groups and like our circle of friends and tribes we belong to. This can be incredibly powerful and beneficial. We can thrive in groups because of their support and our...
  • UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center Hosts Vascular Lecture

    On Wednesday, May 30, vascular surgeon Mariano Arosemena, MD, and Terry DeVeaux, RN, MS, ACNP, will provide a free seminar titled “Get a Leg Up on Vascular Disease” at 6:30pm at University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s Dr. Constantine Padussis Conference Center...
  • UM BWMC May Calendar

    Tuesday, May 2 10:00am-11:30am: Yoga for Stroke Patients – A 10-week class for stroke survivors (Executive Center, 300 Hospital Drive, Suite 128). The cost is $60 and is due at the time of registration. For more information and to register online, visit www.mybwmc.org/exercise or call 410-...
  • How To Stay Active And Be Mindful Of Health At WorkExclusive

    Sitting is the new smoking, they say. Most working Americans, especially in our increasingly digital society, are stuck at a desk and behind a computer during the eight-hour workday. While responding to emails or working on projects, lengthy periods of time can pass, leading to extended periods of...
  • Prevent Dental Disease

    Today’s dental mission should not be just reacting to and treating problems; instead, the priority should be in prevention. The key tools in preventing tooth problems are daily teeth cleanings, a healthy diet, and fluoride and dental sealants. Regular dental cleanings bring everything...
  • Are You At Risk For Peripheral Artery Disease?

    Peripheral artery disease — also known as PAD — is a common, yet serious, condition. It occurs when extra cholesterol and other fats circulating in the blood collect on the walls of the arteries that supply blood to your limbs. This buildup narrows the arteries, often reducing or...
  • Healthy Kids Running Series Races Into The Annapolis Area

    Nonprofit Race Series Gives Children A Fun Introduction To Running Healthy Kids Running Series (HKRS), the national nonprofit race series designed to combat increasing rates of childhood obesity through the introduction of running, is launching in the Annapolis area on Sunday, April 8, with its...
  • UM BWMC April Calendar

    Wednesday, April 4 10:30am-noon: The Tate Cancer Center Survivorship Program offers therapeutic yoga for cancer patients. Both patients and caregivers are welcome and no prior yoga experience is necessary. Chair yoga and deep breathing will also be offered. The program is free. Bring water....
  • Laser Your Gum Disease

    New methods for treating medical conditions and diseases are always being developed. Arthroscopy has allowed surgeons to be minimally invasive. Using lasers, LASIK can correct vision. Dentistry has lasers and procedures (LANAP=LAR and LAPIP) to treat periodontal disease in a minimally invasive way...
  • What To Know Ahead Of Allergy Season

    It’s time again to stock up on tissues and your preferred antihistamines. Allergy season is upon us. Nasal allergies affect nearly 50 million people in the United States, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. The most universally bothersome allergens are pollens, said...
  • What Is Shingrix And Is It Right For Me?

    Lately at the pharmacy counter, I have been getting many questions about the new shingles shot. It is called Shingrix, not to be confused with the old shingles shot Zostavax. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just came out with January 2018 recommendations for the use of herpes...
  • Did You Know Hearing Aids Also Improve Balance?

    A study conducted by Johns Hopkins and funded by the National Institute of Health showed people who didn't hear that well had an increased likelihood of falls. This information led researchers to question whether hearing aids held the key to better balance for people with hearing loss. In a...
  • The Real Fountain Of Youth

    “I am in better shape today in my 50s than I was in my 20s.” That’s a powerful phrase someone mentioned to me recently. How many of us can say that we are better today than we were in our 20s? We reflect on our 20s and we think young, free, dumb (for me at least) and unstoppable...
  • UM BWMC’s Heartbeat For Health Creates Wellness Awareness

    University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s annual Heartbeat for Health expo, which was held this year on February 10 at the Y in Arnold, engaged community members in hands-on lessons and entertained them with upbeat dance performances and demonstrations, all to get people...
  • Jones Elementary Fundraises For The American Heart AssociationExclusive

    During their physical education classes in February, Jones Elementary students participated in Jump Rope for Heart, a fundraiser that benefits the American Heart Association. Students worked to complete jump-rope tricks and work their way up the “jump rope mountain,” which consisted of...
  • The Eco-Friendly Dental Office

    Modern technology has given dentists more ways and means to practice dentistry while maintaining exceptional patient care. Most of these improvements are also better for the environment. Q: What is Eco-Friendly Dentistry? A: I take this question to mean, “What can dentists do to help the...
  • What’s All This I Hear About Medicinal Cannabis?

    Cancer, seizures, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, arthritis, anxiety, PTSD. What does each of these conditions – among many others – have in common with the others? They are all conditions that can be treated with medicinal cannabis. Yes, cannabis. More commonly...
  • Active Body & Health Joins Forces With RockWell Fitness

    Dave and Debi Vincent knew it was time for a change. The owners of Active Body & Health had begun to feel a bit cramped after eight successful years in their northern Severna Park location just off Ritchie Highway near Cattail Creek. “We felt like we were not able to grow in that space...
  • BrainSpan: A Comprehensive Concussion Protocol For Healing

    Another successful football season has come to a close. As a practicing sports chiropractor, I see a lot of sports-related injuries. People walking into our office have neck, shoulder and arm problems (upper extremity) as well as pain in the back, hips, legs and ankles. Of special interest this...
  • Patients Recognized At UM BWMC Luncheon

    The Cardio Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center hosted its annual holiday luncheon at Two Rivers Steak & Fish House in Pasadena on January 2. The program helps heart and lung patients rehabilitate after experiencing a heart attack or...
  • Hearing Solutions To Hold Health Event

    Hearing Solutions Audiology and Balance Center will host a five-day hearing health event from February 19 through 23 (Monday through Friday) from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Complimentary hearing screenings and auditory canal evaluations will be offered. To make an appointment, call 410-672-1244....
  • Five Ways To Stop Dry Mouth

    Dry mouth, also known as xerostomia, is not a disease. This medical disorder is simply the decrease in flow of saliva in the mouth. Causes of xerostomia include radiation during cancer therapy; diseases such as Sjogren’s syndrome, scleroderma, lupus and diabetes; and the No. 1 cause:...
  • DOH Offers Cold-Weather Tips

    The Anne Arundel County Department of Health encourages residents to exercise caution during extremely cold temperatures. Whether inside or out, cold weather can be dangerous to those who are unprepared to deal with it. Advanced hypothermia (decreased core body temperature) is usually accompanied...
  • UM BWMC Receives Donation From Arthur Murray Dance Studio

    University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center extends its thanks to Arthur Murray Dance Studio of Arnold, which recently held a fundraiser for the Aiello Breast Center in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During the studio’s annual pink dance party, $2,000 was raised...


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