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Help Keep Communication Clear Among Masks

Masks have been necessary but annoying accessories for all of us, but they have been even more annoying for those who are hard of hearing. more

Vaccinate For Your Family, Friends And For All Of Us

Independent community pharmacies in Maryland are finally receiving and administering COVID-19 vaccines. more

Is Your Fur Baby A Wreck At The Vets?

Many dogs and cats exhibit some form of anxiety at the veterinary office, just like people get “white coat syndrome. more

Kathleen McCollum Named President And CEO Of UM BWMC

After a national search, McCollum was selected to lead UM BWMC in its continued efforts to deliver the highest-quality health care services. more

Spot Differences Between Allergies And COVID-19

With springtime upon us, many patients are starting to experience runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, cough and congestion. more

Hearing Health Helps Brain Health

The sooner you treat that hearing loss, the better. more

Dentistry: Is Anesthesia Necessary?

When we care for our pets, we should consider all parts of their body, including their oral health. more

Chesapeake Urology Community Outreach

Join doctors and staff of Chesapeake Urology at the Bay Bridge Boat Show, April 15 to April 18 in Stevensville. more

Taking COVID Stress Off Your Neck And Jaw

Increased mental stress and fatigue during these unprecedented times have manifested in headaches, neck pain and an alarming surge in “TMJ” jaw pain. more

Trees, Hammers And Your Health - It Must Be Spring

With March comes spring, which reminds us of new beginnings and rebirths. It also serves as a reminder that it’s time to take care of regular tasks and chores we might have put off. more

Lilies: Lovely But Lethal

While many flowers are beautiful to the eye, potentially lethal dangers can lurk within their captivating colors. more

News From Chesapeake Life Center

Chesapeake Life Center’s grief support programs for children and teens are meeting in person in a limited capacity on the John & Cathy Belcher Campus. more

Living With Vascular Dementia

Recognizing the signs of dementia can be difficult. Often, patients try to explain away the symptoms or blame them on the process of aging. more

Maryland Earns F Grades In Tobacco Taxes And Tobacco Control Funding

This year’s “State of Tobacco Control” report graded federal and state efforts to reduce tobacco use. more

Hope At The End Of The Tunnel

Taking lessons from the pandemic, learning to adapt, and using challenges as opportunities for growth. more

Fighting For The Long Haul

UM BWMC program helps patients facing long-term COVID symptoms. more

Severna Park Doctor Hits Amazon Bestseller List

Laura Sanner wrote a how-to maternity and new-mom guide. more

University of Maryland Medical System Holding COVID-19 Webinar

“Finding Hope on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day – A Town Hall on Understanding the COVID-19 Vaccine” is scheduled for January 18. more

UM BWMC Health Care Workers Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

UM BWMC vaccinated 35 frontline staff, including employees from respiratory therapy, critical care, labor and delivery, and the emergency department. more

Caring For Someone With A Complex Illness During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Here are a few recommendations that might help you and your loved one feel a better sense of control during this pandemic. more
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