Protect Your Skin This Summer

July 14, 2016

By Kirsten Bannan, System Communications Intern As the summer progresses the initial sunburn has faded and it’s time to think about protecting your skin. Everyone wants that bronze glow that comes with a summer tan, but most people are not aware of the damage the sun can cause to your skin and your health. Here […]

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Safe Firework Fun

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By Kirsten Bannan, System Communications Intern Summer is in full swing and as the temperature increases, so does the amount of summer events happening. The 4th of July is right around the corner and everyone knows it is a popular holiday to spend time with family and friends and enjoy some summer traditions such as […]

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Celebrate Cataract Awareness Month by Looking After Your Eyes

June 23, 2016

By Maggie Gill, System Communications Intern The month of June is dedicated to raising awareness for an eye condition that affects approximately 22 million Americans ages 40 and older: cataracts. A cataract is a clouding in the lens, the part of the eye that focuses light on the retina – much like a camera’s lens. […]

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Taking Treatment & a Half Marathon, Together, One Step at A Time

June 20, 2016

The relationship between a cancer patient and their care provider is a special one.  Between radiation therapy appointments, hours of chemotherapy, and even sometimes surgery and recovery, there’s not much that can strengthen this bond, besides running a half marathon. But Tiffani Tyer, a nurse practitioner in Radiation Oncology at the University of Maryland Greenebaum […]

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UM Children’s Hospital Patient Gives Back in a Big Way

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Michelle Kaminaris, a kindergarten teacher at Hampstead Hill Academy in East Baltimore, has seen kids miss school for all kinds of reasons. Like most of us, she never expected her own child to miss school due to a serious illness. But when her daughter Eva (an eighth grader at Hampstead Hill Academy) started showing flu-like […]

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Pediatric Residents at Univeristy of Maryland Reach Out and Read

May 10, 2016

A string of rainy days in Baltimore made Friday the perfect day to stay inside and read a good book. And thanks to the efforts of some hard-working Pediatric Residents at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, more than 200 students in Baltimore City had a new story to read! Throughout the morning, the […]

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Fighting Violence with Art; Art Against Violence 2016 Gallery Show

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Many thanks to all of the student artists who made the Art Against Violence 2016 Gallery Show a success! The show featured nearly 50 works of art from local City School students across a range of mediums, including print, colored pencil, watercolor and a sculpture of found objects. The following winners were announced: Trinity K. […]

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Celebrating Unsung Superheroes: Social Workers

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By: Allie Ondrejcak, Communications Intern “Never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the health and happiness of another person or an animal is at stake. The punishments of the society are small compared to the damage we inflict on our soul when we look the other way and do nothing.” – Martin Luther […]

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Celebrating the 46th Anniversary of the First Maryland State Police Medevac Mission: March 19, 1970

March 18, 2016

By Sergeant Chad Gainey; Maryland State Police Aviation Unit, Flight Paramedic As we mark Saturday’s 46th anniversary of the first medevac mission completed by the Maryland State Police, we reflect on a few of the accomplishments the MSP Aviation Command has achieved. The Maryland State Police Aviation Division medical mission profile began in November 1960 […]

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Art Against Violence 2016 Gallery Show Now Accepting Submissions

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Calling all Baltimore City School students! The University of Maryland R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center’s Violence Prevention Program is now accepting submissions for the Art Against Violence 2016 Gallery Show. Students may submit visual art of any medium through April 1st. The theme is Art Against Violence, but any artwork inspired by this theme […]

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