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Spring is prime time for ticks. These tiny, biting creatures feed on warm-blooded animals, including people, and can transmit serious illness through their bites.
In honor of National Kidney Month and World Kidney Day on March 14th, the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland encourages everyone to take proactive steps to protect their kidneys
There are many reasons that you visit a physician. Whatever the reason, a few simple preparations will help you get the most out of your time with the physician.
Maryland Dental Action Coalition detailing it's Spanish language radio campaign.
As if a severe flu season isn’t enough, Maryland is being hit with a new strain of norovirus, sometimes called “stomach flu.”
Participate in the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention Study-3 in Carroll County and help in the fight against cancer.
Flu season is in full swing. Patients are filling urgent care centers, doctor’s offices and emergency rooms. The flu spreads easily in crowded locations and that includes your work.
An old curmudgeon's introspective views on senior moments.
Are you the kind of person who gets 62 mosquito bites when the person next to you gets none? There are several things you can do to prevent the little blood suckers from getting under your skin.
Why is sun not enough for getting your vitamin D?
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