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What Is The Connection Between Diabetes And Cardiovascular Disease?

It is important to understand what these two conditions are and their interconnected risk factors. more

Screening Saves Lives: Team At UM BWMC Works Together To Fight Lung Cancer

Experts at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center are working to increase lung cancer screenings and ultimately help more people get diagnosed earlier. more

Hospice And Supportive Care: An Additional Layer Of Support For Residents Of Assisted Living Centers

For residents living with chronic or life-limiting illness, assisted living centers turn to local hospice and supportive care professionals to provide onsite expert care. more

Thanksgiving Tweaks: How To Make A Healthy, But Tasty Meal

Celebrating the holidays doesn’t have to mean giving up your favorite dishes. more

UM BWMC Earns Gold Level “Safe Sleep” Recertification From Cribs For Kids

This is the second time the hospital has met the standards set by the third-party organization. more

Life Coaching, What Is It?

Life coaching is a powerful tool that can help you create different results in your life. more

Comparing Weight-Loss Surgery And Weight-Loss Drugs

Here’s what you need to know about trends in weight loss drugs and surgery. more

Poor Air Quality: What To Know

Although haze has dissipated from skies above the East Coast, the air quality threat posed by wildfires still lingers. more

Patients Experience Healing Power Of Harp Music During Performance At UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center

Madeline Jarzembak, the U.S. Navy Band’s principal harpist, performed for four hours at the hospital on June 5. more

Gavin Henry Named Medical Director Of Tate Cancer Center At UM BWMC

Gavin Henry, a thoracic surgeon and chair of thoracic surgery at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center, has been appointed the new medical director of the Tate Cancer Center. more

Update For Medicaid Recipients

Starting in May 2023, some individuals on Medicaid may no longer be able to continue receiving benefits. more

Colorectal Cancer: Troubling News

According to a recent American Cancer Society report, one in five new cases of colorectal cancer are among people in their early 50s or younger. more
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