Most of us know we should eat a healthy diet, but we don’t often think much about what we drink. Yet, our choice of beverage is critically important to our health because proper hydration flushes toxins out of our system and keeps our bodies functioning optimally.
Prior to Sunday’s Super Bowl, I told anyone who would listen that I like both the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, so I wouldn’t be terribly disappointed regardless of who won the game.
Ten years ago, St. Agnes Hospital created Red Dress Sunday, an innovative, faith-based health education program designed by the hospital to raise awareness of the devastating effects of heart disease among women.
Pro-crime black folk are an existential threat not only to law-abiding American blacks, but to law-abiding Americans of all races and creeds— period!
Every February we hear about the heroes and heroines of African American history but those personalities are usually African Americans themselves.
The Heart Health Foundation’s mission to paint the town red for the month of February got off to a celebratory start on Saturday, February 1 in Annapolis with a heart walk parade that covered several city blocks before winding down on Main Street.
Penny and the Magic Puffballs" is empowering young girls of color to feel great about themselves, starting with their hair. The new book is about a young girl, Penny, who faces identity issues with her natural hair and often feels sad because her hair isn't straight. When her mom gives her big puffballs, the adventurous magic begins.
Sara Eger of Arnold is the new Director of Technology Training Programs in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at Anne Arundel Community College.
Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that City Council meetings are now available online through live streaming.
It's the first chain of national pharmacies to stop selling tobacco
Want to pick up a pack of cigarettes with your prescription refill? A major U.S. pharmacy chain is breaking that habit.
Baltimore's Alpha Zeta chapter oldest in country
The year 2013 was a milestone in the history of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Alpha Zeta Chapter, the oldest and first graduate chapter of the sorority.
The Baltimore County Department of Health will hold additional free HIV testing clinics, in recognition of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day NBHAAD).
MSDE aims to increase access and participation
The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) has announced that federal funds are available to assist public and private nonprofit agencies in serving free nutritious meals and snacks to children this summer through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), a U.S. Department of Agriculture program.
Proper nutrition is one of the major necessities for the human body. In order to effectively function and accomplish our daily tasks, we must be adequately nourished.
In recent years, sugar -- more so than fat -- has been receiving the bulk of the blame for our deteriorating health.
Gov. Martin O'Malley told reporters on Monday that while he is focused on his last year as governor, he is also weighing the possibility of a presidential run in 2016.
AT&T has launched a new volley in the battle between mobile phone providers.
Sunday night's Super Bowl was awful.
Super Bowl XLVIII started out bad for the Denver Broncos. The Seattle Seahawks made sure it got worse.
Baltimore City is a town filled with invaluable landmarks such as the legendary statue of the late jazz singer Billie Holiday that sits on Pennsylvania Avenue in west Baltimore.