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Creating New Holiday Traditions During COVIDAs the year comes to a close, many are facing the reality that this holiday season looks and feels a bit different.
ASK A DOC: How To Prioritize Your Mental Health This WinterMonitoring your emotions and knowing when to reach out for help is important for your mental health. Dr. Drew Pate talks to us about coping with depression, anxiety and the winter blues.
Dispelling Myths About Diabetes And Dieting: Are Sugar-Free Foods Best?Part of managing your diabetes is making conscious, healthful food choices. You don’t have to completely deprive yourself of scrumptious meals and snacks - balance is the key.
Reading Food Labels, What To Look ForFood labels can be hard to read and confusing. What should you look for when deciding on foods to buy?
Whole or Processed Food: Which is Best?Though processed foods can get a bad rap, not all are bad for you.
Keep Up the Holiday Cheer This SeasonDuring the holidays, it’s normal to feel stressed out by the demands of shopping, parties and even family gatherings.
What Are Omega-3 Fats? And How Can They Help Your Depression?Let’s face it, most Americans do not get enough omega-3 fats in their diet.
Maintaining A Healthy Immune SystemDue to the spread of COVID-19 and the upcoming flu season, it is important to maintain our health and our immune system to the best of our abilities.
After Cancer: Limiting Chemical Exposures
Help Your Child Have a Healthy Virtual Learning ExperienceCarroll Hospital pediatric hospitalist Preethi Thomas, M.D. says virtual learning requires planning and structure to ensure a healthy transition.
Diabetes Self-Management: What’s It All About?The risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, the most common type of diabetes, is impacted by genetics and lifestyle factors such as your diet, body weight and exercise habits.
Stress, Depression And The HolidaysTake steps to prevent the stress and depression that can descend during the holidays.

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Maryland Schools Weigh Pros, Cons Of Returning Students For Hybrid LearningIn just a matter of weeks, some students in Anne Arundel County will have the option to go back into a classroom.
Baltimore Sisters Make Eco-Friendly Toilet Paper Out Of Bamboo Amid COVID-19 PandemicTwo Baltimore sisters have started their very own eco-friendly toilet paper company. 
COVID-19 In Maryland: State's Case Total Surpasses 320K; Positivity Rate DownMaryland added more than 2,900 new COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the state's total to over 320,000, data from the state's health department shows.
Maryland To Move To Phase 1B Of COVID-19 Vaccination Plan, Gov. Larry Hogan SaysMaryland will move to Phase 1B of its COVID-19 vaccination plan beginning Monday, Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday.
Baltimore City Schools Expanding In-Person Learning Options Starting Feb. 16Baltimore City Public Schools will expand in-person learning options starting February 16.
Phased COVID-19 Vaccinations Underway At US Naval AcademyThe U.S. Naval Academy is rolling out COVID-19 vaccines for defense department servicemembers and others, the academy said.
Clinic At Johns Hopkins Hospital Helping To Treat COVID-19 Patients With Long-Term EffectsCOVID-19 is leaving some people with long-lasting effects. A clinic at Johns Hopkins Hospital is helping to treat patients with Post-COVID Syndrome.
More Than 90K Americans Could Die Of COVID-19 In Next 3 Weeks, CDC Forecast ShowsAnother 92,000 are projected to die from the virus over roughly the next three weeks, according to an ensemble forecast published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
COVID In Maryland: Hospitalizations Drop Down, Over 2.9K New Cases ReportedHospitalizations dropped by over 80 cases Thursday after a period of pandemic record-setting days earlier in the week. 
COVID Latest: Anne Arundel County Moving Into Phase 1B Of Vaccine PlanAnne Arundel County is moving into the next phase of the vaccination plan, ahead of the state's timeline. 
COVID-19 Infection Grants Immunity For Five Months, UK Study SuggestsPeople who have been infected with Covid-19 are likely to be protected against catching it again for at least five months, according to a new study led by Public Health England (PHE).