Melanoma Awareness: When Should You See A Dermatologist?While it is the least common of the main types of skin cancer, melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. The sooner it is detected, the better.
Handling Food Safety Outdoors This SummerPicnic and pool season is upon us, which means plenty of opportunities for fun outdoor dining with family and friends.
Should You Eat Cicadas?What are benefits of eating cicadas and how should they be prepared? A LifeBridge Health expert answers.
Is It Time To Ditch Your Expired Sunscreen?While it's always good to use that sunscreen you have at home, checking the expiration date is key to making sure you're fully protected.
How You And Your Family Can Stay Safe At The Pool This SummerA pool is a great way to stay cool in the summer heat but there's some things to keep in mind to keep your family safe this summer.
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.
Local Artist Donating Portion Of Sales To BCACThanks to Baltimore-based artist Ed Kaitz, local art aficionados will have an opportunity to own one of his one-of-a-kind, whimsical, colorful, original artworks while supporting Baltimore Child Abuse Center at the same time.
Communicating Healthy BoundariesAs a parent or a staff person at a youth serving organization, do you find it difficult to talk with children about their bodies and staying safe?