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Alzheimer’s Association’s African-American Memory Loss Forum returns to Coppin

The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Maryland Chapter will host the 11th Annual Pythias A. and Virginia I. Jones African-American Community Forum on Memory Loss, Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at Coppin State University located at 2500 ...

Annapolis Dragon Boat Club marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month

For Joni Adrian Morgan of Annapolis, being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer was a life-changing event.

Gina Neely touring to promote healthy eating

Celebrity Chef Gina Neely is traveling around the country to help individuals find different ways in which they can celebrate seafood.

Ravens celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Baltimore Ravens have made a commitment to supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a variety of initiatives throughout the month of October.

Long-term care planning

With about 10,000 Americans turning 65 each day, many families are making decisions about elder care. Due to the complexity and importance of these decisions, elder-care planning should include working with financial and estate-planning professionals who are experts at protecting ...

Posing topless with purpose

Never in a million years would Anna Beckingham have dreamed of posing topless.

Myths cause flu vaccination disparities

The National Influenza Vaccination Disparities Partnership [NIVDP] kicked off flu season with free vaccinations for underserved communities whose livelihoods depend on them not falling ill to this disease.

Summer babies are healthier adults, study says

Want to have a healthier and taller baby? You may want to aim for having a child in the summer months.

The often unsung benefits of plastic surgery

Some are quick to pigeon hole plastic surgery as something restricted to the rich, famous or the vain. But plastic surgery often helps restore confidence and functionality, and is often relied on to correct birth defects or injuries.

New phone line launched to help residents in crisis in Baltimore City

Working to improve access to critically needed care, Baltimore City has launched a new, single phone number for Baltimore City residents to use for substance use and mental health crisis calls, services and treatment, and information.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. MedChi wants to help make a difference!

Cancer drug helps increase survival for stage 4 patient

Euvon Jones had always been used to working hard, overseeing his successful business for hours each day before heading to the gym to keep his muscles toned and his abs ripped. At 59, Jones bragged to his children and those ...

It's time to get your flu shot

Now is the time to get your flu shot -- and this vaccine is expected to be more effective than last season's.

Food challenge tests when children outgrow food allergy

Starting kindergarten marked new beginnings for Joy Haire and her parents, Will and Lisa Haire. Just before the school year started, through a Food Challenge, Joy’s doctor determined she outgrew the serious and potentially life-threatening dairy allergy that surfaced a ...

Army issues new breastfeeding policy

The Army issued a service-wide breastfeeding policy this week, making it the last military branch to implement guidelines for supporting nursing service members.