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Headaches remain a common source of pain in the U.S., but the frequency and severity differ widely among sufferers, and how to avoid headaches altogether is still a head-scratcher.
The Unintended Consequences of a Menthol Cigarette Ban to Black America
Do you hear that voice? Yes, the voice in your head that allows you to read this very article.
Americans loathe the pharmaceutical industry.
Free dental services for children by appointment.
The transformation of Lexington Market is underway, and we want you to be a part of it
It’s a new year and you have a new gym membership.
Chronic diseases take a staggering toll on the economy.
The men at Otherworld Fitness in Frederick, Maryland, move quickly from bars to climbing walls and elliptical machines.
In Baltimore City, about one of every four adults has a mental health disorder, which means that each resident has or knows someone with such a condition.
With people preparing their new year’s resolutions for 2020, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is encouraging people of all ages to make healthy aging a priority in the new year.
Victoria Bayless, CEO of Luminis Health, announced the appointment of Sherry B. Perkins, PhD, RN, FAAN, as the new president of Anne Arundel Medical Center, effective early next year. This appointment comes with a unanimous endorsement by AAMC’s Board of ...
GiGi’s Playhouse is currently seeking volunteers to lead and assist in fun, educational, and therapeutic-based programs for individuals with Down syndrome. They are looking for volunteers with a background in social work, special education, music, drama, speech language therapy, physical ...
“Having Alzheimer’s doesn’t mean the holidays can’t still be enjoyable and special,” said Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., AFA’s president and CEO. “By making a few adaptations and preparations, family caregivers can help their loved ones living with Alzheimer’s have a ...