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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.
COVID-19 And Pregnancy: What Moms-To-Be Need To KnowWith the coronavirus pandemic continuing in the United States, here's what expecting mothers need to know about how the disease can affect them and their appointments.
Coronavirus Latest: Under Armour Making Masks, Face Shields For Baltimore Front Line Healthcare WorkersUnder Armour is hoping to help protect front line health care workers in Baltimore from coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Baltimore: Northwest Hospital Healthcare Provider, Sinai Patient Test Positive For COVID-19A health care worker at Northwest Hospital and a patient at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore have tested positive for the coronavirus, LifeBridge Health said Wednesday afternoon.
Coronavirus Ask A Doc: How Do You Know If You Have COVID-19 And Need To Get Tested?We ask a Baltimore doctor why the coronavirus is considered more deadly that the flu and how you know if you should get tested.

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Coronavirus Response: Maryland Health Department Launching Campaign To Highlight Importance Of Contact TracingAs the number of coronavirus cases in Maryland continues to climb, the state's health department is launching a new campaign to educate people about the importance of contact tracing.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations Fall Again As Total Cases Top 54KAs the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases reported in Maryland tops 54,000, the number of people currently being hospitalized due to the virus continues to drop, data released by the state Tuesday morning showed.
7 Inmates Have Died Due To Coronavirus; 507 Cases Tied To State-Run Correctional SystemMore than 500 confirmed cases of the coronavirus have been tied to the state-run correctional system, officials said Monday.
Reopening Maryland: Health Officials Worry The COVID-19 Could Spread As Crowds Gather At The Beach, Summer EventsAs the state continues to loosen coronavirus restrictions, health officials are worried about the spread of COVID-19 as crowds head to the beach and other summer destinations where they will be in close proximity with others. 
'Game-Changer': UMD Scientists Create More Accurate, Faster COVID-19 TestScientists from the University of Maryland School of Medicine have created a first-of-its-kind coronavirus test that uses colors to detect the virus with far greater accuracy than current tests.
Six Flags Coronavirus Testing Expanded In Maryland, No Appointment NeededCoronavirus testing at Six Flags America in Prince George's County will be expanded to two days a week -- on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Maryland COVID-19 Positivity Rate Dropped By 60% From Peak As More Than 357K Tests Taken Across StateMaryland's COVID-19 positivity rate has dropped 60% from its peak and the state increased testing by 117% in May, according to statistics released by the governor's office.
'Anxious To Get Back': Maryland Churches Cautiously Reopen Amid Coronavirus PandemicMaryland churches are cautiously reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.
George Floyd Death: Baltimore's Health Commissioner Urges Protesters To Wear Masks To Avoid Spreading CoronavirusBaltimore's health commissioner Sunday urged those protesting the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis to wear face coverings and practice social distancing to avoid spreading the coronavirus.
Anne Arundel County Department Of Aging And Disabilities Launches 'Fresh Food Fridays' Program  The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities launched this week "Fresh Food Fridays." 
Coronavirus In Maryland: Total Cases Top 52K; Hospitalizations DecreaseThe number of Marylanders hospitalized with the coronavirus declined again Saturday as the total number of confirmed cases topped 52,000, data released Saturday showed.
Reopening Maryland: Restaurants With Outdoor Dining Open Up For Customers FridayRestaurants with outdoor dining are ready to reopen in Maryland when the latest coronavirus restrictions are lifted at 5 p.m. Friday -- just in time for the weekend.