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Social Distancing From Pancreatitis This Holiday Season

When Fido or Garfield sneaks into the leftovers, their pancreas has to work overtime to process that extra fat. more

Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s symptoms are often mistaken for normal changes due to the aging process. Learn to spot the differences. more

Anne Arundel DPW Asks Residents To Imagine A Day Without Water

The day of awareness challenges people around the country to consider what their lives would be like without reliable access to an essential resource for life, like water. more

More Than 300 University Of Maryland Medical System Physicians Recognized As “Top Doctors”

Nearly 20,000 names were submitted, and only those who received the highest number of recommendations by their peers made the list, according to the magazine. more

UM BWMC To Host COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing In Hanover

Testing is open to anyone who believes they may have been exposed to coronavirus. more

The Dangers Of Chocolate And Xylitol Toxicity In Dogs And Cats

Learn what signs to look for in your pets, some tips and tricks for minimizing exposure for your pets, and helpful resources in the event of ingestion. more

University Of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center Encourages Individuals To Get Flu Vaccine

Although about 64 percent of Americans got a flu vaccine last season, about one-third of the population remained unprotected from the flu. more

University Of Maryland Medical System Observes World Patient Safety Day On September 17

UMMS is highlighting the importance of keeping health care workers safe and promoting patient safety. more

Chesapeake Life Center Adapts With This Year's Grief Camps

In the face of COVID-19, the Chesapeake Life Center team had to rethink how they could continue a vital service for grieving children. more

Doctors Explain Mental Health Impact Of Shutdown

Finding ways to maintain meaningful human interaction requires striking a delicate balance. more

Working Out In Unusual Times

Chasing consistent progress can simultaneously be a powerful eye-opener as well as a secret weapon in achieving the results we are looking for. more

Rabbit In The House?

We recommend that rabbits have examinations twice a year to evaluate for any medical conditions and discuss their feeding and housing requirements. more

UM BWMC Honored With Quality Achievement Awards

For a seventh year in a row, UM BWMC received the Mission: Lifeline STEMI Receiving Center Gold Quality Achievement Award for implementing quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks. more

Registration Is Open For Free Hospice Health Care Symposium

Anyone is welcome to register online for the Caring for the Continuum of Life 2020: A Virtual Healthcare Symposium. It will be held from 7:45am to 12:45pm on October 24. more

UM BWMC Ranked Among “Best Hospitals”

UM BWMC was ranked No. 9 in Maryland and No. 7 in the Baltimore Metro. more

When The Caregiver Needs Care

Let’s take a look today at some of the pitfalls of “caregiver burnout,” a genuine problem in today’s society. more

Resilience, Strength And Emergence Through The Phases Of The Pandemic

Grieving during a pandemic may have left you feeling like your personal grief was paused or even overshadowed by the collective community’s loss due to COVID-19. more

Supporting Speech/Language Development During Home-Based E-Learning

There are many strategies you can implement in the home for children even as young as 12 months. more

Rutzen Eye Specialists & Laser Center Finds New Ways To Serve Patients

Rutzen and Dr. Jacey Hanna are using FaceTime, Zoom, Doxy and other platforms to communicate with patients. more

Hospice Of The Chesapeake President And CEO Ben Marcantonio Resigns

Marcantonio joined Hospice of the Chesapeake as chief operating officer in 2013 and was quickly promoted to president and CEO in 2015. more
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