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  • Medicare cuts for dialysis would be disastrous for people with kidney disease

    Medicare cuts for dialysis would be disastrous for people with kidney disease
    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is proposing a 10 percent cut to the Medicare payment for dialysis — a proposed reduction that is ill-advised, to say the least ("Medicare cuts hit dialysis hard," July 15). Dangerous would be a...
  • 'Fate,' kidney donation program help Maryland family

    'Fate,' kidney donation program help Maryland family
    Julie Stitt begged her husband for years to let her donate her kidney as he spent nearly a decade in dialysis, through two failed transplants. Last year, he relented. It was a difficult decision. Her husband, Chuck, didn't want her to make the sacrifice....
  • Teens converge on Anne Arundel to fix homes, grow in faith

    Teens converge on Anne Arundel to fix homes, grow in faith
    For most of the summer, Nick Wiesing, 14, spends his time working on a farm near central New York. His new friend, Patrick Higgins, 18, would spend a typical week working at a senior living center or relaxing in the air conditioning at his house in...
  • August Happenings in Aberdeen

    The summer is growing older, and activities are beginning to pick up in and around Aberdeen. The 449ers of Aberdeen High School will have a reunion meeting at the Aberdeen Room Museum on Thursday, Aug. 15 at 1 p.m. Serving on the committee are...
  • The Catholic church on sex

    The Catholic church on sex
    To paraphrase his own words, reader Sheldon Laskin displays stunning ignorance of the position of the Catholic Church on sex ("Pope's comments on gays are less significant than they appear," Aug. 2). Yes, the Catholic Church insists that the sexual...
  • Md. leads way on breast-feeding

    Md. leads way on breast-feeding
    For the past 21 years, the first week in August has been known as World Breastfeeding Week. Maryland, recognizing the importance of breast-feeding for both personal and public health, has annually expanded this to declare August Maryland Breastfeeding...
  • Emancipation Day is Laurel's oldest community celebration [Old Town]

    Emancipation Day is Laurel's oldest community celebration [Old Town]
    St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 601 Eighth St., is preparing for the community's annual Emancipation Day celebration. The daylong observance is set for Saturday, Sept. 7, from 11 a.m. till dusk at Emancipation Park, Eighth and West streets. The...
  • Clinic for homeless to expand at Franklin Square

    Clinic for homeless to expand at Franklin Square
    J.T. Barker sometimes lives in the woods near Veterans Park in Dundalk and at other times sleeps in the shadows of an industrial park. On a recent hot and muggy day, the 43-year-old homeless man found a little relief in the air conditioning at the Health...
  • Harford Health Department seeks to increase awareness of prostate health, cancer risk

    September marks Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and with prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in men in the United States, the Harford County Health Department urges men to consider the facts about prostate cancer and the...
  • State infant mortality rate reaches record low

    State infant mortality rate reaches record low
    Antoine Dow was working at his barbershop in Druid Heights two years ago when a woman came in and asked if he knew how to correctly put his baby down to sleep. Turns out he didn't. He had laid his first son on his stomach, and planned to do the same...
  • Hopkins Bayview to open health center aimed at Latino community

    Hopkins Bayview to open health center aimed at Latino community
    As the Hispanic community in Baltimore boomed in the last decade, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center responded by adding health programs to meet the population's unique needs. Now the East Baltimore center is bringing all its past efforts —...
  • September starts a whole new season of activities [Aberdeen]

    Public schools are in session, as a new season begins. Activities are beginning for a fall season, as well. The Senior Center in Aberdeen held fall registration this past week, and fall classes will begin at the end of September. Today (Friday), the...