According to the CDC, in 2012, more than one third of children and adolescents were overweight or obese, and more than half of all adults struggled with one or more chronic health conditions.
Ames United is part of a larger social movement known as Rethink Church, an organization of over 13,000 local churches engaged in community change activities such as mobilizing volunteers and seeking to impact those suffering from illness, poverty and injustice.
The Cyber Incubator at UMBC, which provides business and technical support to early stage cyber security companies, recently awarded two prizes through the Invest Maryland Challenge to local cyber security
Maryland school leaders have decided to lower the number of standardized tests students will have to take next year.
State officials say less than half of Maryland’s kindergartners are ready to tackle the Common Core curriculum that’s being rolled out in schools.
The job outlook for skin care specialists, also known as estheticians, is predicted to be especially bright from 2012 to 2022 by the Bureau of Labor Statistics due to the importance we Americans place on our appearance.
As manufacturing changes to respond to challenges in the global marketplace, ‘advanced manufacturing,’ which is highly specialized and mechanized, calls for more highly trained managers to oversee processes.
The treatment of trauma is a specialty within psychiatry, which focuses on those with trauma related conditions including dissociative disorder and other complex post-traumatic conditions.
Accelerate Baltimore is a program, sponsored each year by The Abell Foundation, which strives to bring innovative technological ideas from concept to reality quickly.
The public school system here in Maryland was ranked Number two in the nation by Education Week in 2015 ceding the top spot to Massachusetts for only the second time in about six years.
According to reports as late as July, 2014, the legal profession remains predominately male-oriented with the highest pay and the most prestigious positions still largely in the hands of men.
The allied health field, estimated to be 60 percent of the current United States health workforce, consists of health professionals with formal education and clinical training who are credentialed through certification and/or licensure.