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Stigma Has No Place In Mental Health

While one in five children experience a mental health condition in a given year, nearly 50% of adolescents between the ages of 8 and 15 are experiencing a condition and do not receive treatment. more

What Your Should Know About Lyme Disease And Ticks

Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease in Anne Arundel County, as well as in Maryland and the United States. more

Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

With all the changes and improvements to toothpaste over the years, the numerous options you have when you buy a tube can be overwhelming. more

Cleaning Up The Beach And Other Outdoor Debris After Heavy Rainfall

When cleaning up debris from the beach and other outdoor locations, here are some safety tips. more

Independence From Negative Self-Talk

In many ways, we are constantly bound and limited by the things we tell ourselves as well as how we think about ourselves. more

Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

These are some common symptoms of xerostomia, or dry mouth. more

Do You Have Questions About COVID-19?

Call the line to have your questions answered. more

Friends Of AA Trails Hosts Inaugural Run

The Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails is hosting a run that will specifically benefit beautification projects along the trails. more

UM BWMC Holds Heartbeat For Health

Families learned all about the benefits of dance and exercise, as well as the prevention of heart disease. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Heartbeat For Health 2019

The Y in Arnold held its annual Heartbeat for Health event on February 23. more

Join The Walk To End Alzheimer’s Oct. 20

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Annapolis is set for Sunday, October 20, at noon at Susan Campbell Park in Annapolis. more

Tech Talk With Dr. Cranska

Soccer and football seasons are here. School-age children are the most likely to suffer injuries to their mouths and teeth while playing contact sports or even low-contact sports. more

Prescription Drug Affordability Board

In 2017, I lost an extraordinarily talented colleague and friend to suicide when he learned that his insurance would no longer cover his medical care. He was young, driven and desperate. more

Anne Arundel County’s Department Of Public Works Recognized For Environmental Excellence

Two Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works (DPW) agencies earned national awards that recognized their efforts to dramatically improve the quality of local waterways. more

March Is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the United States. However, it can be prevented. Are you 50 years or older? more

A Pinked Perspective Provides Positive Purpose For Survivor

In 2011, Kara Hamilton, alongside her husband and two young children, started a battle. Diagnosed with breast cancer, the 33-year old fought for nearly a year, going through treatment and surgery. more

April Showers

April showers bring May flowers, but the warmer, wetter weather can also bring added health risks for your dog in the form of an infectious disease called leptospirosis. more

Forest Conservation Bill To Be Introduced

On October 7, the Anne Arundel County Council will open the public hearing for Bill 68-19. more

New Medical Center To Provide Mental Health Care

The newly built J. Kent McNew Family Medical Center in Annapolis will be a pivotal point in providing expanded access to mental health care for Maryland residents. The goal of the medical center … more

Two Local, Women-Owned Businesses Team Up To Fight Breast Cancer

As a women-only gym, Transformations feels a special connection to the fight against breast cancer. more
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