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Women's Health (INACTIVE)

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  • J. Ernest Green's 'Voices of Light' resonate brilliantly

    J. Ernest Green's 'Voices of Light' resonate brilliantly
    J. Ernest Green's masterful conducting of the Annapolis Chorale, Chamber Orchestra and soloists in two performances of Richard Einhorn's "Voices of Light," an oratorio set to Carl Dreyer's 1928 silent film "The Passion of Joan of Arc," brought a unique...
  • Common sense on Plan B

    Common sense on Plan B
    Last week, a federal district judge in New York ruled that girls younger than 17 should be allowed to purchase the Plan B contraceptive pill over the counter. Unlike the Obama administration, Judge Edward Korman got this one right. The 2011 decision by...
  • Military can take a toll on women's health

    Military can take a toll on women's health
    Saddled with student loan debt, Dr. Laura Herrera joined the Army Reserve to help pay off medical school bills and perhaps get a chance to see the world. The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks hit shortly after she enlisted, and her military career took an...
  • US News: Hopkins is 2nd best school of medicine

    US News: Hopkins is 2nd best school of medicine
    The U.S. New & World Report graduate school rankings are out and Johns Hopkins University has moved up from 3rd to a tie for 2nd with the University of Pennsylvania. They were behind top-ranked Harvard University. But they beat out Stanford University...
  • Hopkins, UM graduate programs again rank among the best in nation, says U.S. News

    The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland continue to boast some of the best graduate programs in the country, according to rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report. The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine rose one spot to a...
  • Clubs, libraries and senior events in and around Towson

    Clubs/Organizations American Association of University Women — meets at Grace United Methodist Church, N Charles St. and Northern Parkway, March 15, 7 p.m. Refreshments at 6:30 p.m. in the parlor. Hear Jeanne Allert, Executive Director of Samaritan...
  • Ehrlich cites friendship in address at Del. Kirk's funeral

    Ehrlich cites friendship in address at Del. Kirk's funeral
    Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. struck a wistful tone while speaking at his first public event since two top campaign aides were indicted, saying to the mostly African-American audience at the funeral Friday for former Del. Ruth M. Kirk that a...
  • Mikulski honored as longest-serving woman in Congress

    Mikulski honored as longest-serving woman in Congress
    Call her Maryland's Iron Lady. U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski was lauded Wednesday on the floor of the Senate for setting the record as the longest-serving woman in Congress, a streak that her colleague, Sen. Ben Cardin, likened to that of another...
  • Understanding the new pap smear guidelines

    Understanding the new pap smear guidelines
    Many women became used to having a Pap smear annually to check for cervical cancer, but recent recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force have updated the timeline. Now, most women will need the test every five years. Cancer experts...
  • Bloomberg joins Johns Hopkins in dedicating new hospital

    Bloomberg joins Johns Hopkins in dedicating new hospital
    Michael Bloomberg's first donation to Johns Hopkins was $5, which he gave the year after he graduated in 1964 from the university with an engineering degree. The New York mayor now ranks as Hopkins' largest contributor, and possibly the largest donor...
  • Women's health care

    At a time of shrinking paychecks and an organized assault from the right on women's health issues, the Affordable Care Act has come through for our daughters, mothers and sisters by requiring insurance plans to cover women's preventive health-care. Pap...
  • How are women who need help going to take care of the rest of us?

    In her column ("Big step forward for women's health" Aug 15) essentially advocating universal, free health care-on-demand for women, Susan Reimer sums up by stating, "It is about keeping the wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters of this country on...