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Women's Health (INACTIVE)

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  • Men are victims of domestic violence, too

    Susan Reimer highlights several positive steps that insurance companies are taking (with a nudge from the federal government) to enhance the physical and emotional well-being of women in this country ("Big step forward for women's health," Aug. 15)....
  • Baltimore-area hospitals compete for moms-to-be with hardwood floors, gourmet meals and other luxuries.

    Baltimore-area hospitals compete for moms-to-be with hardwood floors, gourmet meals and other luxuries.
    Julie McAllister was feeling serene as she lounged in her room with the window view, enjoying a quiet, kid-free afternoon. It was almost as if she were on vacation. But in fact the 37-year-old from Owings Mills had just delivered an 8-pound baby girl...
  • Researchers turn attention to breast cancer prevention

    Researchers turn attention to breast cancer prevention
    Cheryl Corbin's mother and grandmother had breast cancer, so an oncologist suggested she be tested for an inherited gene mutation linked to the disease. But when the results came in, she didn't show up to hear them. "I was afraid to hear the words,"...
  • Health department proposes abortion regulations

    In response to a botched abortion last year that led to a semiconscious teenager being transported to a hospital in the back of a Chevy Malibu, the state health department has proposed the first regulations on Maryland's nearly 20-year-old abortion law....
  • Keswick Multi-Care Center CEO to retire at end of year

    Keswick Multi-Care Center CEO to retire at end of year
    This is Libby Bowerman's legacy after 13 years as chief executive officer of Keswick Multi-Care Center in Hampden. "I've spent a lot of money," she said. Bowerman will retire Jan. 3, after shepherding along at least $50 million worth of construction...
  • Plan B is overruled

    Plan B is overruled
    Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' decision this week to overrule the Food and Drug Administration commissioner and refuse to authorize girls under age 17 to have over-the-counter access to the emergency contraceptive pill known as...
  • Celebrating 10 years of Oktoberfest at fairgrounds

    The Maryland Brewer's Oktoberfest will happen this year Saturday, Oct. 8, noon-6 p.m., at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. This event, which is celebrating its 10th year, will feature over 80 beers, including 15 from area breweries. There...
  • For too many, still no room at the inn

    "Women are not dying because of disease we cannot treat; they are dying because societies have yet to make the decision that their lives are worth saving." — Dr. Mahmoud Fathalla, author of the "World Report on Women's Health" A young woman, large...
  • Treating menopause symptoms

    Treating menopause symptoms
    Every woman will experience menopause, some in the normal course of aging and some before. It can bring on a host of symptoms in addition to hot flashes. But there are things that women can do, from improving their diet and exercising to finding the right...
  • A cost-effective approach to women's health

    A cost-effective approach to women's health
    Social conservatives have recently gone into fits over a report released last week recommending that insurance coverage include free access to birth control as preventive care for women under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. That insuring...
  • Arundel man gives aid to hospital

    Arundel man gives aid to hospital
    Commitment seems to come naturally to Anne Arundel County resident R. Kent Schwab. As a Boy Scout he completed his Eagle Scout requirements before he was 15. He joined his high school newspaper and eventually became editor. And when he joined a...
  • Health secretary Sebelius talks to women in Roland Park about medical issues

    U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius came to a private house in Roland Park on Thursday to "get the word out" about women's health care issues and promote the Obama administration's controversial health care reform act. "We...