Fifth Annual Mammothon Helps Women Be Proactive About Their Breast HealthAbout one in eight women in the United States will get breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society, and mammograms are one of the most important ways women can be proactive about their breast health.
Working Parents And Virtual School: Achieving A BalanceThe pandemic has changed the way we work and how children learn. How can parents navigate the dual responsibilities of work from home and virtual learning?
Can Excessive Screen Time Due To Distance Learning Hurt Your Child's Eyes?Will excessive screen time due to distance learning hurt their eyes?
Doctors Warn High-Intensity Exercise During COVID-19 Pandemic Could Come With Heart RisksLifebridge Health Director of Sports Cardiology Dr. Sunal Makadia says the virus affects the heart in different ways and different levels than other viruses.
What's Telemedicine And What You Can Expect During Your Doctor Visits Amid COVID-19If you need to see a doctor but are worried amid COVID-19, there are options like telemedicine.
How Often Should You Clean Glasses, Contacts During COVID-19?How should you clean your eyewear in the midst of COVID-19?
How Telehealth Visits Can Help Schedule X-RaysIf you are in need of an X-Ray, doctors can order those via telehealth visits.
COVID-19: Is Outdoor Running Still Safe?With many states still advising residents to remain at home, is it safe to run outside?
COVID-19: Are Supplements Best For A Strong Immune System?Always ask your doctor before adding supplements to your diet.
Q&A: How To Safely Get Medical Care During A PandemicWe spoke to LifeBridge Health Dr. Jonathan Thierman about what hospitals are doing to keep non-coronavirus patients safe during a pandemic.
What Is Compassion Fatigue?In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, compassion fatigue is a possibility. The LifeBridge Health team gives some ways to help.
Best Ways To Stay Fit At Home During Coronavirus OutbreakThe LifeBridge Health team breaks down the best ways that you can stay fit while staying at home.
Maryland State Board Education Symbolically Approve To Encourage Local Districts To Reopen, Move Up Winter SportsThe update will include the most recent information collected from local school systems.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 565 New Cases Reported As Positivity Rate, ICU Beds Climb UpMaryland reports 565 new coronavirus cases and three more deaths Monday morning, according to state data.
US Reports Second-Highest Day Of Coronavirus Cases Since Pandemic Began, With Highest Day FridayIn Maryland, the governor said this week family gatherings were the No. 1 source of transmission in the state, followed by house parties.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Increases As 5 More Deaths ReportedMaryland reported 792 new coronavirus cases and five additional deaths Sunday as the positivity rate increased, according to data from the department of health.
Local Doctor Says Wearing A Mask Will Be 'Crucial' To Stopping Spread Of COVID-19 This WinterAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues on and cases spike across the country, there are concerns among health officials about fatigue and complacency, which could lead to a further spread of the virus.
Custom Furniture Company Makes Desks For Baltimore City Students Learning VirtuallyA custom furniture company in Baltimore found a way to use their talents to help kids learning virtually during the coronavirus pandemic.
Volunteers Deliver Meals To Senior Citizens Across Baltimore Amid Coronavirus PandemicUMMC and community members came together at Baltimore City Community College to deliver thousands of meals to local senior residents.
101-Year-Old Woman Leads Team In Greater Baltimore Walk To End Alzheimer'sOn Saturday, a 101-year-old woman led her team in the Greater Baltimore Walk To End Alzheimer's.
Howard County Board Of Elections Receives COVID-19 Response Grant From Center For Tech And Civic LifeCounty Executive Calvin Ball and the Howard County Board of Elections announced that Howard County received a COVID-19 response grant of nearly $700,000 from the Center for Tech and Civic Life.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 796 New Cases, 13 Deaths ReportedMaryland reported 796 new coronavirus cases and 13 additional deaths Saturday as the positivity rate increased slightly, according to data from the department of health.
Howard County School Board Approves Health Metrics For Returning Students To ClassroomsHoward County is the latest school district to lay out a plan to return students to the classrooms.
'It's A Shot In The Arm' | Despite $250M In Relief From State, Small Businesses Worry It Won't Be EnoughAs businesses across Maryland continue to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic, a new dose of economic aid is coming from the State's rainy day fund.