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How to keep asthma under control and enjoy your summer

People with asthma have a difficult time during hot weather. Getting to know how to manage your asthma during the warm season will help you enjoy the summer with your friends, and allow you to take part in most of […]

How to keep asthma under control and enjoy your summer

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People with asthma have a difficult time during hot weather. Getting to know how to manage your asthma during the warm season will help you enjoy the summer with your friends, and allow you to take part in most of […]

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Healing powers of CBD Oil for gut health

Digestive disorders, which include over 40 chronic and acute conditions involving the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, like Chron’s disease and irritable bowel, affect over 34 million Americans. They can be

CVS installing opioid disposal kiosks in Maryland

CVS Health is installing medication disposal units in 19 of its pharmacies across Maryland. The company's move is part of its effort to help prevent opioid misuse and abuse. The kiosks

5 Reasons to Exercise

No one likes to exercise. Of all the things in life that we procrastinate the most, exercise is at the top of most people’s list. We often have a

CoQ10: is it beneficial?

Over the past several years CoQ10 has risen to at or near the top of supplements people take and love. But what exactly is “coenzyme Q 10”, what are

Baltimore makes opioid antidote more accessible

WASHINGTON – Baltimore residents now may get the opioid overdose reversal medication naloxone over the counter and a training requirement for its use has been removed, the city’s Health Commissioner

Large chicken houses spur health concerns

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter With no help from their state representatives, some residents of the lower Eastern Shore have sought help from a Montgomery County Democrat to address health

Columbia at 50 Part 7: HEALTH CARE: Planning for a healthy community — an innovative HMO, a hospital fight and the quest for wellness

This is the seventh part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating

Legislature can make healthy decisions on fracking, renewable energy

Demonstration for wind and solar power in 2015 on Lawyer's Mall. By Alfred Bartlett and Rebecca Rehr For MarylandReporter.com As public health and medical professionals, we see the health of Marylanders is

‘Joint-Employer Rule’ removes benefits of franchising

The number of women-owned businesses in Maryland has grown nearly 30 percent in the past decade — more than three times the national rate — meaning we have remarkable

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