ASK A DOC: Dr. Michael Schultz With LifeBridge Health Talks About Mammograms & Breast Cancer AwarenessDr. Michael Schultz, Director of Breast Health for LifeBridge Health, speaks with WJZ anchor Denise Koch about mammograms, how often patients should get screened and other topics.
Eye Protection Is Essential During SportsWith fall sports fully underway, it’s a good time to remember that proper protection is needed to ensure safe participation, whether at the recreational level or for serious competition. Mouthguards for teeth, thermal sleeves and wraps for joints and other devices are used commonly. One body part that needs special protection is the eye. 
ASK A DOC: Dr. Dona Hobart With LifeBridge Health Talks About Breast Health & Breast Cancer AwarenessDr. Dona Hobart, medical director at the Center for Breast Health, speaks with Nicole Baker about breast health, when you should get your first mammogram, the warning signs of breast cancer and other topics in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
ASK A DOC: Dr. Corey Martin Of LifeBridge Health Talks COVID-19 In Children & Vaccine RecommendationsDr. Corey Martin, a pediatric pulmonologist for Sinai Hospital, speaks with Denise Koch about concerns for parents heading into the fall, including allergies, childhood asthma and upper respiratory infections such as the flu. Dr. Martin also discusses COVID-19 and the short- and long-term effects it can have on children, as well as the current vaccine recommendations for children.
Almost 9,000 Vaccinated Marylanders Get Additional Shots Since Approval of Pfizer BoosterIn Maryland, 60,624 fully vaccinated people have gotten an additional dose of vaccine. That is up by 8,920 shots since Friday when the state and the CDC approved Pfizer boosters for those older than 65, those with serious health conditions and those with jobs that put them at risk.

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ASK A DOC: Dr. Michael Schultz With LifeBridge Health Talks About Mammograms & Breast Cancer AwarenessDr. Michael Schultz, Director of Breast Health for LifeBridge Health, speaks with WJZ anchor Denise Koch about mammograms, how often patients should get screened and other topics.
Eye Protection Is Essential During SportsWith fall sports fully underway, it’s a good time to remember that proper protection is needed to ensure safe participation, whether at the recreational level or for serious competition. Mouthguards for teeth, thermal sleeves and wraps for joints and other devices are used commonly. One body part that needs special protection is the eye. 
ASK A DOC: Dr. Dona Hobart With LifeBridge Health Talks About Breast Health & Breast Cancer AwarenessDr. Dona Hobart, medical director at the Center for Breast Health, speaks with Nicole Baker about breast health, when you should get your first mammogram, the warning signs of breast cancer and other topics in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
ASK A DOC: Dr. Corey Martin Of LifeBridge Health Talks COVID-19 In Children & Vaccine RecommendationsDr. Corey Martin, a pediatric pulmonologist for Sinai Hospital, speaks with Denise Koch about concerns for parents heading into the fall, including allergies, childhood asthma and upper respiratory infections such as the flu. Dr. Martin also discusses COVID-19 and the short- and long-term effects it can have on children, as well as the current vaccine recommendations for children.
Almost 9,000 Vaccinated Marylanders Get Additional Shots Since Approval of Pfizer BoosterIn Maryland, 60,624 fully vaccinated people have gotten an additional dose of vaccine. That is up by 8,920 shots since Friday when the state and the CDC approved Pfizer boosters for those older than 65, those with serious health conditions and those with jobs that put them at risk.
Growth Plate Fractures In Children: Why They’re Not As Devastating As They Can SeemA parent bracing for the prognosis of their child’s broken bone might hear “growth plate fracture” and immediately think unfixable damage has been done.
ASK A DOC: Dr. Pallavi Kumar Of LifeBridge Health Talks Cancer Treatments, COVID Vaccine BoostersDr. Pallavi Kumar Director of Medical Oncology at the Alvin & Lois Lapidus Cancer Institute at LifeBridge Health talks to Nicole Baker about cancer treatments and the importance of COVID boosters for people who are fighting cancer.
Pediatric Cataracts: When Is Surgery Needed?Adults aren’t the only ones who get cataracts. They can develop in children, too.
School Sports & Extracurricular Activities: What You Should Know As They Relate To COVID-19With schools making plans to resume in-person learning this coming fall, parents probably are wondering how COVID-19 precautions may affect school sports and extracurricular activities, and if it’s even safe for children to participate.
Six Ways Parents Can Help Children Better Manage Asthma During School YearWith children returning to school, doctor Corey Martin offers six tips for managing their asthma symptoms.
ASK A DOC: Lifebridge Health Dr. Michael Mont Talks About OrthopedicsLifebridge Health Dr. Michael Mont talked to WJZ's Linh Bui about orthopedics and how patients can prepare for surgery should they need it.
Keep Kids Safe This SummerWith the change in routine and being around more people, it is important to remember some basic tips to keep your children safe.

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