Helpful tips for beating the winter blues
Dec 06 2013
Nearly everyone gets the winter blues now and then. Here are some brief and helpful tips for beating the winter blues.
Playing God: Changing genders? The ethics of sex reassignments
Oct 27 2013
In August, the day after he was sentenced for leaking government files, Pfc. Bradley Manning offered America a wholly different kind of revelation: He wants to become a woman named Chelsea.
Flu facts and information from the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center
Oct 19 2013
Flu season is here and the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center has provided this fact sheet on influenza.
Young man’s death from flu inspires Knights educational campaign
Oct 19 2013
"Every Life Matters - Every Shot Counts” is the focus of the Knights of Columbus’ Crusade Against Influenza.
Running festival race-day preparation tips
Oct 11 2013
Dr. Derek Papp, an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital in Baltimore, offers the following tips in preparation for race day.
Leaders honored for post-abortion outreach
Oct 07 2013
Deacon Zeiler was honored at the annual Respect Life Mass for his many years of pro-life work, along with Denise Douglas.
Ovarian cancer gets special attention at Mercy
Oct 03 2013
September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, but education on the disease is important yearlong.
Cord blood donation is free and easy, but still a challenge for Mercy, St. Agnes
Sep 30 2013
Mercy Medical Center and St. Agnes Hospital are trying to boost the number of patients who donate their newborns’ umbilical cord blood.
Good Samaritan physician advises runners on common overuse injuries
Sep 27 2013
Orthopedic surgeon Derek Papp offers advice on how runners can address injuries.
Loyola University Maryland receives $1.75 million gift
Sep 19 2013
Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore announced Sept. 19 that it has received a $1.75 million gift, one of the largest program-specific gifts in the institution’s history.