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Former Motown Artist Pens Book About Overcoming Anxiety And Emotional Disorders

A former Motown singer has traded the microphone and stage for a pen and notebook. Clarence "KD" McNair, Jr., who was once part of the R&B group "Prophet Jones," has written a new book titled, "Give it One More Try."

The Key To Ending The HIV Epidemic: HIV Testing And Prevention

The Red Ribbon Route is an opportunity for the community to get free HIV testing, education, prevention tips, and connection to HIV care, at three locations in Baltimore City.

Howard County Department Of Fire And Rescue Services Reminds Residents To be Proactive, Stay Safe

According to the National Fire Protection Association, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 172,100 home structure fires per year started by cooking activities in 2012-2016, or an average of 471 home cooking fires per day. These fires ...

Maryland Department Of Health Reports Lowest Number Of New HIV Cases In More Than 30 Years

According to HHS, Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America seeks to reduce the number of new HIV infections across the country by 75 percent within five years and by 90 percent by 2030, averting 250,000 new HIV infections. ...

A Salute And A Surprise For Vets

The VA visit was followed by the Ravens’ Salute to Service game November 17, 2019 against the Texans during which military Veterans and active duty service members were honored.

Quitting Smoking Isn’t Easy But You Have Support, And You Will Be Glad You Did!

Quitting smoking isn’t easy. It takes time and a plan. Start with day one— November 21 the Great American Smoke Out is your day to start your journey toward a smoke-free life.

Is It The Flu Or Just Your Allergies?

If you have flu symptoms and you are in a high-risk group or your symptoms are severe, see your health care provider. Your provider may decide you should take antiviral drugs to help you get better faster and prevent serious ...

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): A Path to Healing

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and traumatic stress can negatively impact developing brains and affect behavior, mood and physical health for many years.

MDOT Offers Light-Up Bracelets To Help Keep Trick-Or-Treaters Safe

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) and Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) want children to see and be seen this Halloween.

Breast Cancer Survivor Making A ScRUMtious Living

Watson took one of her rum cakes to a Bridal Shower and after it was gone in three minutes, she knew she was onto something. She decided to start her own rum cake business, The Rum Cake Kitchen.” Watson posted ...

What You Need To Know About Interventions

Contrary to popular belief, successful interventions usually aren't like the ones you see on television. Interventions that are successful usually consist of several different techniques.

Four Ways To Protect Yourself From Deadly Superbugs

Microorganisms like bacteria and fungi build resistance to medical treatments over time. Each time someone uses an antimicrobial— think prescription antibiotics or antibacterial soaps— those microorganisms have a chance to evolve into a drug-resistant superbug.

Baltimore City Community Health Walkers Are Thinking Pink!

The Baltimore City Community Health Walkers monthly walk— for the 75th consecutive month—took place on Saturday, October 12, 2019 in Druid Hill Park.

Attorney General Frosh To Host Prescription Drug Take-Back

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh and the Office of Attorney General are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Baltimore Ravens to hold a Prescription Drug Take-Back event on Sunday, October 13, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 ...

Novartis Returns With Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

Reflecting back on the diagnosis that changed her life, dancer Maggie Kudirka said, “I found a lump in February 2014, and it grew to the size of a grapefruit. Then, I started having sternum pain. I was only 23 at ...