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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • HCC Awarded Grant by CareFirst

    Harford Community College has received a $25,000 grant from CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield to support development of an electronic health records system that will bolster training of the institution's nearly 2,200 Nursing and Allied Health students....
  • Kaitlin Ames of Churchville participates in Stevenson University's Relay for Life

    On April 19, psychology major Kaitlin Ames of Churchville participated in Stevenson University's Relay for Life Event. More than $38,000 was raised to support the American Cancer Society. More than 500 Stevenson University community members gathered...
  • Two on Harford council plan to seek 10-cent tax rate cut

    From The Aegis dated May 12, 1988: Two members of the Harford County Council wanted to give Harford residents a tax break 25 years ago, and were proposing amendments to the executive's budget that would reduce the property tax rate by 10 cents per $100...
  • Labor group complains about Dundalk High asbestos contractor

    Labor group complains about Dundalk High asbestos contractor
    A labor group is alleging that a supervisor with an asbestos abatement contractor at Dundalk High School pressured workers to drink alcohol on the job and violated safety standards. The company's attorney called the accusation "totally false" and said it...
  • Democrat Conti launches executive campaign in Anne Arundel

    Democrat Conti launches executive campaign in Anne Arundel
    Joanna Conti is taking a second shot at becoming Anne Arundel's county executive. The Democrat, who formally announced her candidacy last week, said she'll focus on boosting job creation, improving schools, cleaning up waterways and increasing public...
  • Navy football players facing charges in alleged rape

    Navy football players facing charges in alleged rape
    The superintendent of the Naval Academy has decided to bring charges in the alleged sexual assault of a female midshipman last year by three members of the football team, academy officials said Monday. The woman has told Naval investigators she...
  • There's no substitute for good health [Editorial]

    There's no substitute for good health [Editorial]
    The Harford County Council's vote last week to establish a "healthy community planning board" makes a lot of practical sense, political prejudices about government involvement in health care notwithstanding. Under the Harford County Charter, the...
  • Howard school bus accident closes Cedar Lane

    Howard school bus accident closes Cedar Lane
    Two 12-year-old Wilde Lake Middle School students sustained minor injuries Tuesday afternoon after the school bus they were riding in collided with a van on Cedar Lane between Little Patuxent Parkway and Hickory Ridge Road in Columbia, Howard County...
  • Long-banned chemicals found in pregnant mothers' blood

    Long-banned chemicals found in pregnant mothers' blood
    As a reminder of just how persistent some toxic chemicals can be, a Johns Hopkins-led research team reports finding traces of long-banned DDT and PCBs along with other contaminants in the blood of 50 pregnant women checked from Baltimore and its suburbs. ...
  • Concussion guidelines for high school athletes and coaches updated

    Concussion guidelines for high school athletes and coaches updated
    Harford County and the State of Maryland are concerned about the effects of head injuries on young athletes and they have implemented new guidelines for dealing with cases of concussions suffered by high school athletes. The Maryland State Department of...
  • Rx for electronic records

    Rx for electronic records
    A critical opportunity to improve U.S. health care finally lies within reach. In 2004, then-President George Bush announced the goal to have a national electronic health records (EHR) system in place in 10 years. Tragically, EHR development had become...
  • Sommer, former Hopkins dean, to accept prize in Israel

    Sommer, former Hopkins dean, to accept prize in Israel
    Alfred Sommer, a former Johns Hopkins University dean who discovered the importance of vitamin A in preventing child blindness, will accept an award Sunday in Israel honoring his contributions to preventive medicine. Sommer was chosen as a laureate of...