Stewardship of name paramount to voice of Ravens
Apr 16 2014
Gerry Sandusky, the sports director at WBAL-TV and radio play-by-play voice of the Baltimore Ravens gives a Q and A on Alzheimer's.
Faith leads young man with cancer to resolve to live life to the utmost
Apr 13 2014
Father Rick Nagel was touched when he visited 26-year-old Macklin Swinney and heard what he wanted to give up for Lent.
Sacred Heart, Glyndon family learns from daughter with autism
Apr 09 2014
Susan Surine and husband Phil are parents of six children. Their youngest, Ally, has autism.
Poor kidney health not written in stone
Apr 04 2014
Kidney stones are a common problem for many people.
Enjoy life, don’t waste time searching for a restroom due to bladder problems
Mar 28 2014
If you enjoy shopping, dining out or other activities, but worry about locating the restroom because you have to frequently go to the bathroom, you may have urinary incontinence. You’re not alone.
Lederer, Internet inspiration, dies of cancer at 20
Mar 12 2014
UPDATED Zachary Lederer, whose courage in the face of cancer inspired admirers from his Howard County parish to the college basketball world, died at age 20 March 11.
Good Sam doctor offers tips on staying heart healthy
Feb 24 2014
This February marks the 50th anniversary of American Heart Month.
‘Zaching’ continues to inspire, while founder in hospice care
Jan 28 2014
“Zaching” has become an icon for the fight against cancer.
Body Flow classes motivate students to ‘build’ bodies, brain cells
Jan 21 2014
The Baltimore chapter of Christ Child Society began partnering with Brick Bodies this school year.
Little Sisters of the Poor stand firm against mandate
Jan 13 2014
The sisters object to having to provide contraceptives, sterilizations and abortifacient drugs within their employee health insurance coverage.