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This year's Iditarod dog sled race ended last month, but Gilman School teacher Jen Reiter is already preparing for next year's race. For thousands of students nationwide, Reiter will be the face of the race that begins March 1, 2014. She has been chosen...
Vision and health The Health Department offers vision and hearing screenings in public schools for children in preschool, kindergarten, first and eighth grade, and also for students new to Anne Arundel county schools. Students in the following schools...
Our winters have been relatively mild in recent years; but when I was young, we had to snow-shoe to school in 8-foot drifts, uphill, against the wind, both ways. Now, that's winter! I'm not a big fan of blizzards or week-long power outages. Still, I...
With four deaths from hypothermia already reported by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's Office of Preparedness and Response (OPR) this winter, the Harford County Health Department is reminding residents to take necessary precautions as...
An elderly man in Frederick County died of hypothermia recently, the first cold weather-related death of the winter season, state health officials said Thursday. The man was aged 65 or older. Maryland medical examiners confirmed hypothermia as his...
The Dons' standout continued his strong junior season with another dominating performance in Friday's 12-team Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association group meet at Prince George's County Sports and Learning Complex, capturing two individual events...
The Baltimore SunIt was a 90-degree spring morning in 2011, and I was struggling, my breath coming in gasps. I was on the last leg of a sprint triathlon, the run, and from across the way, I heard the unmistakable booming voice of Shawna. She was the personal trainer/...
By Dave Gilmore"SnowConeMaker" by Tiny Toys Inc., is in the top 30 of free gaming apps on the Apple store, which is not surprising since half of the country is experiencing oven-like conditions this summer. Snow cones (or "snow balls," or "shaved ice" depending on your...
She lived on the Eastern Shore for 30 years and generally loved the place, but one thing Janie Meneely, an Annapolis-born folk musician, never quite got used to was that it rarely snowed on Christmas. She responded as any holiday-loving singer-songwriter...
Reducing access to life-saving Code Blue shelter services gives us the chills ("City revises emergency cold weather criteria," Dec. 8). Each year, too many of our homeless neighbors experience frostbite, amputations and even death because they lack...
Tags: Memorial Day, Homelessness, Hypothermia
¿Q: Is it OK for our dog to play in the snow with our kids? A: Generally, yes -- with some caveats. A dog’s normal body temperature is about 101 degrees, so they’re a little warmer than us internally. But other factors explain why some dogs...
Tags: Hypothermia, Pets, Dog (animal)
Matt Jablonski Loyola, senior The Dons senior took things to a different level during this indoor season. Jablonski made it his goal to qualify for and run in the Millrose Games in New York City. It is known as one of the most famous track meets in the...
Tags: Physical Conditions
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