Category Archives: General Information
Today, expensive, modern cancer treatments are mushrooming quickly, providing patients with more therapy options than ever before. However, cancer patients are for the most part kept in the dark about their illness, because their physicians won’t or can’t communicate clearly. … Continue reading
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is home to a 22-year-old rhino, Stubby, who will soon receive a new companion at the advice of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The 4-year-old white rhino, Jaharo, will join the elderly rhino in … Continue reading
A criminal conviction can taint someone for many years, if not their entire life. Getting a job, apartment, citizenship or professional license will be extremely difficult, if not impossible. However, there is a solution and that is an expungement, which … Continue reading
Billions of people have invested in some type of Smart device, while some have been absolutely thrilled with their purchase, others not so much. An interface that is easy to access, use and understand is a must, because most people … Continue reading
Many consumers are hesitant about investing in Smart devices, because they are vulnerable to security breaches. With limited cybersecurity functionality and the additional voice activation capability, the devices become even more vulnerable. Since IoT devices utilize the Internet to communicate … Continue reading
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the number killer in the United States. Recent data shows one-third of heart disease’ victims die, before the disease is diagnosed.
According to a new website, produced by the CDC Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Baltimore scores better in 11 of 28 measures of health than the national average. Health data collected from … Continue reading
Spring is just around the corner and Prince Georgians are encouraged to prepare for Daylight Savings Time, by making the necessary time adjustments. The local EMS and Fire department has taken it upon themselves to utilize this special time to … Continue reading
Aetna Foundation Awards The Family League Of Baltimore A $50,000 Grant For Combating Postpartum Depression
The $50,000 grant from the Aetna Foundation will allow for an expansion of the B’More Fit program, a community-based fitness and nutrition program. The program will help both postpartum women and their families overcome the difficulties of postpartum depression.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation awarded Ronald McDonald House Charities with a $5 million grant. The organization has been busy for the past three years, raising funds to build a new facility in Baltimore. The $30 million capital campaign … Continue reading