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Skin Cancer

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  • Walking — and sharing life details — to fight cancer

    Walking — and sharing life details — to fight cancer
    Before she joined the sea of pink-clothed people who turned out for a breast cancer walk in Baltimore Sunday morning, Janet Warren filled out a medical history and gave a blood sample. It was a different way to show her commitment to the cause — one...
  • Baltimore area companies got $85 million in venture capital in Q3

    Baltimore area companies got $85 million in venture capital in Q3
    The PriceWaterhouseCoopers quarterly MoneyTree report is out, and it shows who scored nice chunks of capital from investors in the Baltimore area. The report is a collaboration with the National Venture Capital Association, and uses data from Thomson...
  • Season gets a kick start at Lutherville-Timonium's Soccer Day

    Sunshine and mild temperatures cooperated — for most of the day, at least — as the Lutherville Timonium Recreation Council celebrated its annual LTRC Soccer Day on Sept. 8. The event, held at Ridgely Middle School fields and including...
  • 'Team Heinle' supports North Carroll field hockey assistant with cancer

    'Team Heinle' supports North Carroll field hockey assistant with cancer
    A buzz spread among the North Carroll field hockey players as they gathered just inside the gate to their playing field and looked toward the parking lot. "Is she here? Is she coming?" They're all dressed in black shirts with the words "Team Heinle"...
  • Joseph E. Welsh, educator

    Joseph E. Welsh, educator
    Joseph E. Welsh, a retired Baltimore County public school educator who was also a hospice volunteer and Eucharistic minister, died Monday of melanoma at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Oak Crest Village resident was 80. "He was both my teacher and...
  • Howard County Briefs

    WomenFest The Howard County Department of Citizen Services' Office on Aging hosts its annual wellness event for women at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 27, at Gary J. Arthur Community Center, 2400 Route 97, Cooksville. WomenFest focuses on health, wellness,...
  • Meet Doug O'Neill, the man who could play the part of horse racing's fan-favorite or villain

    Meet Doug O'Neill, the man who could play the part of horse racing's fan-favorite or villain
    They wake up, and then they sing. Team O'Neill — as Kentucky Derby winner Doug O'Neill and his group of assistants and grooms are called — rises early, like all horsemen. In Baltimore, where the crew is preparing I'll Have Another to run in...
  • Five ways to keep skin healthy all summer long

    Five ways to keep skin healthy all summer long
    Summer is just around the corner, but its damaging rays and humidity have already arrived. We all know too much sun can damage skin and speed aging, while too much moisture can clog pores. With the right products, you can keep your skin safe from the...
  • It's "Don't Fry" Friday

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Today is “Don’t Fry Day,” designated by the EPA and the National Council on Skin Cancer to remind Americans to protect themselves and their kids from too much sun. As you head off for the beach or park,......
  • Andrews wins Columbia Iron Girl triathlon

    Andrews wins Columbia Iron Girl triathlon
    There was real fear Sunday morning that the 6th annual Athleta Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon might never happen when storms rolled through the Centennial Lake area around 6:30 a.m. However, after a 20-minute delay, the first of 15 waves of triathletes...
  • A death from cancer, and a search for answers

    A death from cancer, and a search for answers
    Randy White had just buried a daughter, dead at 30 with a brain tumor. Now his other daughter had been diagnosed with growths in her abdomen. When doctors told White in 2009 that their conditions were likely caused by something in their environment,...
  • Medical-religious partnerships can address health needs of an aging society

    In my July 7 column, "Sharing learning opportunities has come full circle," I mentioned that I couldn't fit into that column all the information I had learned at the Maryland Gerontological Association's spring conference. One of the topics I didn't...