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ASAP Coalition Monthly Community Meeting

ASAP Coalition Monthly Community Meeting

| September 19, 2017

Annapolis Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) Coalition’s mission is to facilitate healthy community change to prevent and reduce alcohol and opioid use among Annapolis youth. Our monthly meetings are open to all community members! We do provide lunch and we encourage anyone to attend and join us! For more information, visit our website at www.preventsubstanceabuse.org

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How Can a Health Coach Help You?

How Can a Health Coach Help You?

| September 18, 2017

Are you feeling overwhelmed with all of the “health” trends out there? Wondering which ones are actually worth following? Along with new Superfoods, diets, and weight loss tricks, you also may have heard the term Health Coach floating around lately. But, what exactly IS a Health Coach and why are more and more people seeking […]

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Navy Returns To Home Port For First AAC Action Of The Season

Navy Returns To Home Port For First AAC Action Of The Season

| September 8, 2017

Navy will look to build off of last week’s 42-19 win against FAU in the season opener at Navy-Marine Corps. Stadium against Tulane on Saturday at 3:30 pm. The game marks the 22nd time the Mids and the Green Wave will face-off, but only the third time as conference rivals. Tulane leads the all-time series, […]

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The Ravens return to Annapolis (Photos)

The Ravens return to Annapolis (Photos)

| August 6, 2017

At the end of most football games played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, you hear a rendition of Blue and Gold–the USNA alma mater.  But on Saturday, the stadium was neither filled with blue or gold–it was pure purple! The Baltimore Ravens held a free pre-season practice session for a few thousand local residents decked […]

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Annapolis Irish Festival 2017 kicks off tomorrow night

Annapolis Irish Festival 2017 kicks off tomorrow night

| June 1, 2017

Are you ready for the 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival?  It’s coming to town the first weekend of June! More than a dozen bands on 2 stages, 4 dance troupes, pipers, entertainers and 100s of vendors bring the flavor of the Emerald Isle to Annapolis once again. And new this year, a Mass Pipe Competition! The huge […]

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The 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival is this weekend, get your tickets now!

The 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival is this weekend, get your tickets now!

| May 29, 2017

Are you ready for the 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival?  It’s coming to town the first weekend of June! More than a dozen bands on 2 stages, 4 dance troupes, pipers, entertainers and 100s of vendors bring the flavor of the Emerald Isle to Annapolis once again. And new this year, a Mass Pipe Competition! The huge […]

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Two weeks until the 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival

Two weeks until the 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival

| May 22, 2017

Are you ready for the 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival?  It’s coming to town the first weekend of June! More than a dozen bands on 2 stages, 4 dance troupes, pipers, entertainers and 100s of vendors bring the flavor of the Emerald Isle to Annapolis once again. And new this year, a Mass Pipe Competition! The huge […]

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USNA Class of 2020 completes Sea Trials

USNA Class of 2020 completes Sea Trials

| May 16, 2017

While most college kids are preparing to take their finals, approximately 1000 fourth class midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy will also take theirs–but with a twist.  Sea Trials! The Naval Academy freshman class is enduring 14 hours of rigorous physical and mental challenges during the Academy’s annual Sea Trials training exercise, today as part […]

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Advance pricing for tickets to 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival ends tonight!

Advance pricing for tickets to 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival ends tonight!

| May 15, 2017

Are you ready for the 7th Annual Annapolis Irish Festival?  It’s coming to town the first weekend of June! More than a dozen bands on 2 stages, 4 dance troupes, pipers, entertainers and 100s of vendors bring the flavor of the Emerald Isle to Annapolis once again. And new this year, a Mass Pipe Competition! The huge […]

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20th Annual .05K Bridge Run scheduled for Saturday–rain or shine

20th Annual .05K Bridge Run scheduled for Saturday–rain or shine

| May 12, 2017

The Maritime Republic of Eastport (The MRE) is pleased to announce the 20th annual .05K Bridge Run  will be held on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at the Crack ‘O Noon.  This is the not so ultimate competition of strength, endurance and determination spanning the Spa Creek Bridge over the Gulf of Eastport.  Registration, which is […]

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Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 19th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake on May 4th

Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 19th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake on May 4th

| April 8, 2017

The Chesapeake Bay Trust’s Annual Treasure the Chesapeake Celebration will take place on Thursday, May 4, 2017 from 6:00 to 9:30 PM at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Last year more than 400 Chesapeake Bay friends, colleagues and supporters joined us for a night to remember and helped raise $93,000 to fund the Trust’s restoration, education and […]

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Flu Rate Spikes to Severe, Again!

Flu Rate Spikes to Severe, Again!

| March 17, 2017

Flu has spiked to high levels, again, according to today’s report from DHMH flu tracker.  After a decreasing rate the week prior, flu is back up to “High Intensity Levels” and “Widespread Geographic Activity”, according to the Friday March 17th report from the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Find out what you can do to prevent getting–or […]

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Flu Risk High in Maryland

Flu Risk High in Maryland

| March 3, 2017

The flu rate continues to climb for the 3rd week in Maryland, reaching one of the highest rates in years.  On Friday March 3rd, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) FluWatch reported flu rate intensity at the highest level and widespread. Health officials encourage those still unvaccinated to get vaccinated immediately.    Nationwide, the […]

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Early Spring Health Problems

Early Spring Health Problems

| March 2, 2017

Spring in Annapolis is early this year! According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), spring is up to three weeks ahead of schedule in the Washington, DC region–and that can have significant impact on our health. What can we expect? Longer and worse allergy season, more Lyme, Zika and other tick and mosquito related illnesses.  For […]

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Flu Rate Spikes in Maryland

Flu Rate Spikes in Maryland

| February 17, 2017

Flu rates are spiking here in Maryland reaching one of the highest rates in years. Maryland rates flu intensity at the highest level and widespread. In the US, at least 20 children have died this year from the flu. Health officials encourage those still unvaccinated to get vaccinated immediately.    Nationwide, the flu virus continues to spread in 43 […]

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Got Back Pain? Docs Say Think Alternative

Got Back Pain? Docs Say Think Alternative

| February 16, 2017

Got back pain? New recommendations suggest ditching the pills and considering alternative therapy instead, such as yoga, massage, acupuncture, heat, physical therapy or spinal manipulation.   The American College of Physicians (ACP), which published the new guidelines, points out that “in the majority of cases, low back pain will improve on it’s own over four weeks.” […]

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Flu on the Rise in Maryland

Flu on the Rise in Maryland

| February 4, 2017

Flu is on the rise across the US and here in Maryland. Did you know that between 3,000 to 49,000 people die every year from the flu? Get some fast facts today! Here are some more fast facts:  200,000 people are hospitalized every year due to flu 5-20% of the population gets the flu each […]

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Stomach Bug Sweeps Maryland

Stomach Bug Sweeps Maryland

| January 27, 2017

Norovirus (better known as “the stomach bug”) has been sweeping through Maryland. Countless cases of severe vomiting and diarrhea have taken down entire families, schools and businesses. In fact, several Maryland schools have had to close as a result of this extremely contagious illness. Find out what “stomach flu” is and how to avoid becoming a victim. Quick […]

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Women Need More Sleep

Women Need More Sleep

| January 7, 2017

Sleep is as important for good health as diet and exercise. Yet more than 2 out of 3 women regularly do not get enough sleep. Not sleeping enough can make you more likely to catch a cold, stay sick longer and gain weight. Lack of sleep also increases your risk of getting diabetes and heart disease, suffering […]

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Holiday Fire Safety

Holiday Fire Safety

| December 26, 2016

Annapolis and Anne Arundel County has seen some devastating holiday fires in the last 2 years.  The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) reports more than double the number of fires on Christmas Day than on an average day, and about twice as many on New Year’s Day. When those fires occur the number of fatalities per […]

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Risk of Dying: Anne Arundel vs Maryland

Risk of Dying: Anne Arundel vs Maryland

| December 20, 2016

Risk of Dying: Anne Arundel vs Maryland Are we going to live longer or shorter by living in Anne Arundel County relative to other counties in Maryland? A new study published Tuesday in JAMA helps answer this question.  For instance, the risk for dying of heart disease is 37% higher in Anne Arundel County compared […]

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December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month

December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month

| December 19, 2016

December is National Safe Toys and Gifts Month December is “Safe Toys and Gifts Month” as a means to remind us to be careful when making our toy and gift choices. The safety and age appropriateness of gifts isn’t always uppermost in the gift purchaser’s mind though, possibly because we trust that the retailer is providing […]

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