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Women's Health (INACTIVE)

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  • Ehrlich gets the facts wrong, again

    Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. strikes again ("Nervous Obama takes refuge in his base," Aug. 26) in a column where he chooses to present falsehood and half-truths as fact. Economic growth is anemic, but he states that $5 trillion in new debt is the cause of the...
  • Ehrlich good for a laugh

    I would like to first thank the editorial board of The Sun for electing to publish, week after week, the words of Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. He is indeed a funny man, and no matter how desperate things become, Mr. Ehrlich has a way of breaking though to bring...
  • Howard County General welcomes new doctor to breast center

    Howard County General welcomes new doctor to breast center
    When it comes to breast health, Howard County women now have treatment options closer to home. Howard County General Hospital this year opened a new breast center, offering comprehensive services like mammographies, diagnostics and biopsies, and a full...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' recap, 'You'd Be Surprised'

    'Boardwalk Empire' recap, 'You'd Be Surprised'
    "He's not so good in a crowd, but when you get him alone, you'd be surprised" -- Irving Berlin, "You'd Be Surprised" Nucky Thompson's new de facto mantra, "you can't be half a gangster," seems to be applying more and more to "Boardwalk Empire" as a show....
  • Registration still down for Komen Maryland Race for the Cure

    Registration still down for Komen Maryland Race for the Cure
    A team of runners and walkers from Transformations Fitness for Women studios will participate in Sunday's Komen Maryland Race for the Cure, but their team will be much smaller than previous years. The fitness studio with three Baltimore area locations...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Sept. 9 Race and walk The Howard County Police Foundation holds its 21st annual Howard County Police Pace 5K race and 1-mile walk and run beginning at 8:30 a.m. at Centennial Park, 10000 Route 108 in Ellicott City The event benefits initiatives...
  • ACLU asks Supreme Court to reconsider gene patenting case

    ACLU asks Supreme Court to reconsider gene patenting case
    The American Civil Liberties Union has asked for a second time that the Supreme Court invalidate Myriad Genetics Inc.'s patents on two genes associated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancers, the latest salvo in a case with broad consequences for...
  • Letter: Not just women win thanks to Affordable Care Act

    Health care ruling is victory for women, all Americans The Supreme Court's ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act marks a critical victory for women's health and the health of all Americans. As a returning college student, who has lived without health...
  • Crowd has few complaints about Havre de Grace hospital complex, but wonders about traffic

     Crowd has few complaints about Havre de Grace hospital complex, but wonders about traffic
    There was plenty of interest and a few major complaints at a Tuesday information session about the mixed-use hospital complex Upper Chesapeake Health is planning at I-95 and Route 155 in Havre de Grace. Traffic was the main concern for the roughly 125...
  • New women's health coverage to start tomorrow

    New women's health coverage to start tomorrow
    Women will have access to free health services for certain procedures under health care reform that go into affect tomorrow. The health benefits, a result of the Mikulski Women’s Preventive Health Amendment, guarantee that women will receive, at no...
  • City's pregnancy center law gets new hearing

    City's pregnancy center law gets new hearing
    A federal appeals court has granted a new hearing in a case challenging whether Baltimore can require faith-based pregnancy counseling centers to post signs saying they don't offer abortion or birth control advice and services. The decision filed...
  • MD gets $375,000 federal grant to combat domestic violence

    Maryland has received a $375,000 federal grant to help launch a program to curb domestic violence, state officials announced Wednesday. The state is one of six that received grant money, which it will use onĀ  a program to help health care providers play...