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Poor Air Quality: What To Know

Although haze has dissipated from skies above the East Coast, the air quality threat posed by wildfires still lingers. more

Patients Experience Healing Power Of Harp Music During Performance At UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center

Madeline Jarzembak, the U.S. Navy Band’s principal harpist, performed for four hours at the hospital on June 5. more

Hot Take: Reptiles At The Vet — Know Before You Go

Reptiles are ectotherms, which means that they maintain their body temperature using their environment. more

Is Someone You Care About Facing Mental Health Challenges?

Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, let’s give you a mental health first-aid kit of sorts. more

Mental Health Agency Partners With App To Improve Mental Health For Youth

A new partnership between the Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency, the Anne Arundel County Department of Health and the Prosper app focuses on connecting young people to support and services. more

Broadneck Wellness Fair Celebrates Healthy Living

Broadneck High School held its third annual wellness fair on April 26. more

Which Cancer Screenings Should You Get?

April is Cancer Control Month, which raises awareness for cancer prevention, detection and treatment. more

Gavin Henry Named Medical Director Of Tate Cancer Center At UM BWMC

Gavin Henry, a thoracic surgeon and chair of thoracic surgery at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center, has been appointed the new medical director of the Tate Cancer Center. more

Update For Medicaid Recipients

Starting in May 2023, some individuals on Medicaid may no longer be able to continue receiving benefits. more

Scientists Reveal Potential New Approach To Treating Liver Cancer

Scientists at the National Institutes of Health and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston have uncovered a potential new approach against liver cancer that could lead to the development of a new class of anticancer drugs. more

Kitten Socialization

Many cat owners do not realize that socializing kittens is as important as socializing puppies. more

Colorectal Cancer: Troubling News

According to a recent American Cancer Society report, one in five new cases of colorectal cancer are among people in their early 50s or younger. more
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