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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.
Recently Recovered From COVID-19? You Could Help Save A Life.Patients who have recovered from COVID-19 may be eligible to donate plasma to LifeBridge Health.
How Running Can Help With OsteoarthritisSurprisingly, running can actually help those who are worried about the risk of osteoarthritis.
Sanitizer Or Soap: Is One Better Than The Other?In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, there are benefits to both hand washing and hand sanitizer.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations, ICU Are Down As COVID-19 Cases Totals Near 99KAt least 700 more coronavirus cases were reported in Maryland Friday as the the total nears 99,000.
Baltimore County Distributes 100K COVID-19 Safety Kits To ResidentsThe Baltimore County Department of Health distributed 100,000 COVID-19 safety kits to residents in order to help slow the spread of coronavirus in its hardest hit communities.
Marylanders Can Now Report Those Breaking COVID-19 Guidelines By Calling This HotlineThrough the number and email, people can report situations where prevention guidelines are being ignored and there is a high risk of potential for the spread of COVID-19.
Some Frederick County Public Schools Food Service Workers, Bus Drivers Temporarily Out Of Work Due To COVID-19A number of food service workers and bus drivers within the Frederick County Public Schools system will be out of work while learning is shifted online due to the coronavirus pandemic, the school system said Wednesday.
2 More Heat-Related Deaths Reported In Maryland, Bringing 2020 Total To 7Two more heat-related deaths were reported in Maryland this week, bringing the seasonal total to seven, a weekly report from the Maryland Department of Health shows.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations Down As 700+ New Cases Reported, Bringing Total Past 98KWith 776 new coronavirus cases reported in Maryland Thursday, the total number of COVID-19 cases reported during the pandemic is now past 98,000.
Maryland Health Department Launches COVID-19 Antibody StudyThirteen Maryland hospitals are collaborating with the state health department to conduct an antibody study to determine how many Marylanders have been exposed to COVID-19.
Baltimore Among Cities Projected To See COVID-19 Resurgence, New Models SayBaltimore was listed among cities projected to see a coronavirus resurgence, according to new projections from one group of researchers.
Medical Group Shares Dos, Don'ts Of Wearing A Face Masks
FDA Clears Maryland Company's Potential HIV Cure For Human TrialsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a Maryland company's potential HIV cure for human trials, the company announced this week.
Teens Who Vape More Likely To Have Severe Coronavirus Symptoms, Study SaysTwenty percent of high school students vape, and those who vape likely have damaged lungs or damaged blood vessels that lead to the lungs.
Hundreds Of Cyclists Are Turning Out In Canton To Bike Ride To Stay Active During COVID-19 PandemicTwice a month, hundreds of cyclists turn out in Canton for a Friday night bike ride.