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Should You Eat Cicadas?What are benefits of eating cicadas and how should they be prepared? A LifeBridge Health expert answers.
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Exercise-Induced Asthma: The Symptoms And How To Prevent It In Your ChildWhat are the signs of exercised induced asthma and how can parents help to prevent it in their children?
Take It Easy: How To Gradually, And Safely, Approach Running Workouts After Long Periods Of Physical InactivityThe last year has been hard for everyone trying to maintain fitness routines. If you're getting back out there, here are some tips to build up your fitness while avoiding injury.
Foods That Best Support Men’s HealthWhat are the best types of food for men to eat in order to maintain a healthy diet?
How You Can Stay Hydrated Amid The Summer HeatThe summer heat has begun. The LifeBridge Health team has some tips for the best ways to make sure you stay hydrated.
ASK A DOC: Dr. Annie Soriano Talks About Pediatrics ER ServicesGoing to the ER causes a lot of stress and anxiety for people and it can be even worse for a child. LifeBridge Health Dr. Annie Soriano talks about what parents should know. 
Healthy Eating For Stroke Prevention: How A Mediterranean Diet May HelpIn addition to exercise, eating healthy is key not only to preventing stroke in the first place but also stroke recovery and reducing your risk of another stroke.
'Hole' In The Heart: How Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) Can Be A Quiet Contributor To Unexplained Stroke In Young PeopleIt’s true that the older you get, the higher your risk of stroke increases.
How To Tell The Difference Between Seasonal Allergies And COVID-19Spring has officially sprung, which means warmer weather, fresh blooms and the start of seasonal allergies.
May: Stroke Awareness MonthMay is Stroke Awareness Month, a time to increase awareness about the signs and symptoms of stroke and the need to seek medical treatment as quickly as possible when a stroke occurs.

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COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations, Positivity Rate Continue To DeclineMaryland reported 66 new COVID-19 cases and seven deaths Monday as over 73% of all adults in Maryland have now received one dose of the vaccine.
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US Births Fell During The Pandemic, CDC Data showsThe number of births in the United States fell by 4% last year, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the pandemic may have presented the "perfect storm" for accelerated declines.
Nearly Every New Covid-19 Death Is Now Entirely Preventable, CDC Director SaysThe dangerous Delta variant poses a risk as the United States works to ease out of the Covid-19 pandemic, but experts say the nation has the tools needed to overcome the threat -- if the public takes advantage of them.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Maryland Now In 'Green Zone,' Reporting Case Rate Below 1 Per 100KMaryland reported 59 new COVID-19 cases and seven deaths Monday as over 73% of all adults in Maryland have now received one dose of the vaccine.
Maryland Vaccine Lottery: Wednesday's VaxCash Winner Is From BowieWho's won the Maryland vaccine lottery so far?
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COVID Vaccine Hesitancy Remains Among 18 to 39 Year Olds, CDC ReportsAs Maryland officials continue to encourage vaccinations, a new CDC report shows that some hesitancy remains among adults ages 18 to 39.
COVID-19 In Maryland: ICU Hospitalizations Fall Below 40Maryland reported 49 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths Monday as over 73% of all adults in Maryland have now received one dose of the vaccine.
You Should Talk About Puberty With Kids Way Before It's HerePuberty education is shown to reduce anxiety and improve attitudes in adolescents. But with puberty occurring earlier in many parts of the world, the need to normalize discussions for younger kids has increased.
Law Named For Tommy Raskin Will Help Marylanders Suffering From Depression, Mental IllnessesIn less than two weeks, a new law will take effect to help people in Maryland suffering from depression and other mental illnesses.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Zero Deaths Reported For Second Day In A RowMaryland reported 40 new COVID-19 cases and zero deaths Monday as over 73% of all adults in Maryland have now received one dose of the vaccine. It's the second day in a row when no deaths were reported.