Poison Prevention Week: What You Need to Know

March 18, 2015

By: Andrea Rizkallah, Editorial Intern Poisoning can happen at any time, often from everyday household items, and frequently to children under the age of 5. Please make sure you and your loved ones save the Poison Help line phone number (1-800-222-1222) and following these tips provided by the Maryland Poison Center at the University of Maryland […]

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Public Health Leaders Urge Vaccination Against Measles

March 6, 2015

By Steven J. Czinn, MD Physician-in-Chief, University of Maryland Children’s Hospital It is impossible today to turn on the TV or read the news without hearing about the current debate surrounding childhood vaccinations and the measles outbreaks in the United States. As chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, I […]

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Making Heart Health a Year-Round Priority

February 26, 2015

By: Hope Gamper, Editorial Intern February and American Heart Month are ending, but just because March is around the corner doesn’t mean you should stop thinking about keeping your heart in tip-top shape. The American Heart Association (AHA), whose mission is to fight cardiovascular diseases and stroke, and the UM Heart Center offer a series […]

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Thanking Donors with All of Our Heart

February 14, 2015

By: Hope Gamper, Editorial Intern Most people know February 14th as Valentine’s Day,  but February 14th also shares the honor of being National Donor Day. National Donor Day honors donors of organs, tissues, marrow, platelets and blood. This Valentine’s Day, consider giving the gift of life to someone in need and celebrate the amazing generosity of […]

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Shock Trauma Survivor Stresses Need for Blood Donations, Holds Blood Drive

November 12, 2014

The last thing Katie Pohler remembers from June 28 is pedaling her bike down Route 450 South in the bike lane, heading to the Waterfront in Annapolis with her boyfriend. But then, it all goes black. Katie and her boyfriend, Todd Green, were both hit from behind by an impaired driver, and had to be […]

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Art Exhibit Showcases Talent of UMMC Staff

October 20, 2014

In 2013, the University of Maryland Medical Center’s C2X Healing Arts Team and the National Arts Program co-sponsored the hospital’s first employee art exhibition. In response to the overwhelmingly positive feedback, this year’s exhibit will remain open two weeks longer than the 2013 exhibition, giving patients, visitors and employees alike extra time to view these […]

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Mac-and-Cheese Makeover

February 27, 2014

By Anne Haddad Publications Editor The cafeteria at the Medical Center has always made a mac-and-cheese to rival any home-baked version. The trouble was, it was high in fat and sodium. A group of interns in Clinical Nutrition Services accepted the challenge to revamp it without disappointing the hundreds of people who look forward to […]

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Winter Storm Warning: Hibernation Ahead!

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By Mary Beth Sodus, RD/LD,ACE-CPT/RYT Personalized Bariatric Nutrition Coaching Center for Weight Management and Wellness With a few days notice that a snowstorm is on its way, you’ve probably had time to make a run to your local grocer to stock up on essentials and favorite foods. Like a bear who eats as much as […]

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Donated Blood Saves a Young Mother’s Life

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Mother of 6 Sponsors a Blood Drive to Give Back for the Blood She Received By Emmie Taylor, MS Communications Intern As dozens of UMMC staff and visitors take time from their day on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 28 and 29, for the next scheduled blood drive, they can look to the drive earlier this […]

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National Arts Program Features UMMC Art Exhibit

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By Rachel Hercenberg, MS Supervisor of Oncology Operations and C2X Healing Arts Team Lead Thanks to the success of our first employee art exhibit in October, the National Arts Program (NAP) selected University of Maryland Medical Center as its “sNAPshot” of the month. The NAP website is showcasing photos of much of the UMMC artwork. For 31 […]

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