Tag: Maryland

12 Tips to Stay Healthy through the Holidays

12 Tips to Stay Healthy through the Holidays

| November 28, 2016

Want to stay healthy through the holiday season? Here are 12 quick tips that can really make a difference!  Wash your hands Wash your hands often. When you wash, make sure you use soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Keep hand sanitizers nearby–in the car, in your purse or back pack. After every exchange […]

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Halloween Safety: Myth vs Real Concerns

Halloween Safety: Myth vs Real Concerns

| October 31, 2016

Halloween Safety Myth vs. Real Concerns To avoid an urgent care or ER visit this Halloween, find out what Halloween safety issues are actually myths and which real health concerns devastate families each year.   Halloween is the holiday with the 4th highest number of ER visits and kids of all ages at risk. Kids ages 10-14 are particularly at risk […]

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Eat from your Toilet Bowl & other Surprising Germ Facts

Eat from your Toilet Bowl & other Surprising Germ Facts

| October 27, 2016

  “Where did I get this infection from?” The answer is unfortunately may be kind of awful. Our houses are filled with bacteria from our feces. The most common–and unimaginable items–like your wash cloth, cutting board and linens. In fact, 50 to 80 percent of foodborne illnesses are contracted in the home, not in restaurants. Cutting […]

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50 Million Dead or 10 Reasons to Get a Flu Shot

50 Million Dead or 10 Reasons to Get a Flu Shot

| October 19, 2016

The last big flu epidemic killed 50 million people globally in 1 year, between 1918-1919.  Experts believe we are way overdue. The flu vaccine has prevented millions of flu cases and tens of thousands of hospitalizations.  If that isn’t enough to convince you to be protected, here are 10 more reasons why you should get vaccinated. You Can Spread […]

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Homestead Gardens Fall Festival opens this weekend

Homestead Gardens Fall Festival opens this weekend

| September 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

The 2016 Annual Homestead Gardens Fall Festival opens Saturday, September 24 & Sunday, September 25, and continues every weekend, 11am-6pm on Saturdays and 11am-4pm Sundays, through and including Sunday, October 29th.  There is plenty of free parking and a $5 admission fee to this popular family oriented event! Homestead’s Fall Festival has grown over the years and […]

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Distracted Driving in Maryland: 80 Injured EVERY Day

Distracted Driving in Maryland: 80 Injured EVERY Day

| September 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

In the US, 9 people are killed every day by distracted driving. In Maryland alone, there are 53,000 distracted driving crashes every year resulting in 28,874 people injured: 80 injured every day and 232 people killed. And 84% of these accidents occur in the Baltimore-DC area — so pay attention Annapolis and Anne Arundel! We’re back to school and Evolve Medical […]

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Food as art at Maryland Hall: RIPE! Fruit and Vegetable Perspectives (This weekend)

Food as art at Maryland Hall: RIPE! Fruit and Vegetable Perspectives (This weekend)

| September 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

Jan Kirsh, sculptor and prominent landscape designer based on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, has announced her exhibition, “RIPE! Fruit and Vegetable Perspectives.” The show will run from September 10 – October 26, 2016 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts (801 Chase Street Annapolis, Md) with a public opening reception to be held from 5:30 – […]

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Maryland Ticks:  Fall Lyme Disease Risk Still High

Maryland Ticks: Fall Lyme Disease Risk Still High

| September 3, 2016 | 13 Comments

  Fall Lyme Disease Risk Still High  Checking for ticks in fall? You should. Although the baby ticks (nymphs) are gone, the adult ticks begin to search more for mammals–particularly deer and people.  Nearly 10,000 new cases of Lyme Disease are diagnosed in September and around 5,000 are diagnosed in November. This update on Maryland […]

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5th Annual Kegs & Corks brings the crowds to sample Maryland wines and craft beer

5th Annual Kegs & Corks brings the crowds to sample Maryland wines and craft beer

| August 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nearly 10,000 people flocked to the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds on Saturday under bright sunny skies to sample the wares of more than 15 Maryland wineries and more than 15 craft breweries. The festival, now a staple in the community benefited the Chesapeake Bay Trust and featured something for everyone. Three bands played the Union Jacks Annapolis sponsored […]

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August Sports: Heat Stroke & Dehydration

August Sports: Heat Stroke & Dehydration

| August 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

According to NASA, last month was the hottest in recorded history. Add kids starting sports this month, and it’s a “recipe for dehydration and heat stroke,”  according to Dr. Freedman of Evolve Medical.  In fact, Anne Arundel county has already had 2 heat-related deaths this summer. What are the warning signs? What can you do to help your […]

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Toxins in Our Drinking Water: A New Report

Toxins in Our Drinking Water: A New Report

| August 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

  More than 6 million Americans–including some areas of Anne Arundel county–are drinking water laced with unsafe levels of toxins linked with cancer and other diseases, according to a report released August 9th.  Researchers from Harvard School of Public Health found that levels of a certain class of chemicals — called polyfluoroalkyl and perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFASs […]

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Into the Black with Staunton

Into the Black with Staunton

| August 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

We caught up with Staunton on Sunday night at The Metropolitan here in Annapolis. In the audience were other bands eager to see what the buzz around Staunton was about, along with a few fans they had made from Warped tour. Staunton recently played Vans Warped Tour last month for winning the Ernie Ball contest(Warped Tour Coverage including Staunton). When […]

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Marianas Trench Bring back the 80’s

Marianas Trench Bring back the 80’s

| July 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

The beloved Canadian Pop band Marianas Trench came back to Baltimore Soundstage last night. (you can look at our previous review here.) The occasion was 80’s themed and the band went all in. They had a DJ playing 80’s hits as the crowds of colorful headbands and legwarmers filled the room. Marianas Trench also had […]

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Swimming in the Chesapeake Bay? An update from Evolve Medical Clinics

Swimming in the Chesapeake Bay? An update from Evolve Medical Clinics

  Swimming in the Chesapeake Bay? The safest areas in Anne Arundel county–and least safe areas–are something everyone should know before jumping in. Water quality & safety change daily–depending on rainfall and other factors. Stay up to date and know where & when to swim–and when to not! How to Avoid Getting Sick in the […]

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Annapolis Health: Bike and Scooter Safety

Annapolis Health: Bike and Scooter Safety

In an unfortunate accident in Cape St. Claire Friday, a 13 year old child riding a scooter was critically injured after he was struck by a pickup truck when he failed to stop and yield to traffic. The boy was taken to Johns Hopkins with critical injuries and no further information is available. In this Annapolis […]

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Warped Tour 2016!

Warped Tour 2016!

| July 19, 2016 | 1 Comment

  The traveling circus that is Warped Tour came into town over the weekend. The long list of bands and the even longer lines of fans all gathered at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Saturday morning for the yearly installment. Some of the more recognizable bands on the roster were actually returning Warped veterans: Set It […]

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Rabies Found in Anne Arundel Cat

Rabies Found in Anne Arundel Cat

A cat in Anne Arundel tested positive for rabies last week. The cat, a grey and black tiger striped domestic shorthair tabby was near Hamlen Road in Glen Burnie and the AA Dept. of Health is looking for anyone who may have had contact with it. Get the basic facts about this preventable disease but once symptoms […]

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8 Health Benefits of Friends

8 Health Benefits of Friends

We all need somebody to lean on, as the song goes, turns out to be very true. Science is discovering that friendship is a great for your health!   According to a recent Harvard publication, friendships affect health “in ways every bit as powerful as adequate sleep, a good diet, and not smoking. Dozens of studies […]

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Brand New rock Merriweather

Brand New rock Merriweather

| July 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

No, this isn’t about the new renovations over at the beloved venue. The band Brand New rocked out Merriweather Post Pavilion last night to a full house, as they stopped by on their co-headlining tour with Modest Mouse.  The tour is unique with just the two bands playing (no openers). Which felt very nice, you […]

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Update: No More Routine Pelvic Exam!

Update: No More Routine Pelvic Exam!

| June 29, 2016 | 1 Comment

  Women take note: It’s graduation time from pelvic exams. The US Preventitve Services Task Force (USPSTF) announced this week that there is not enough evidence to recommend routine pelvic exams. In 2014, the American College of Physicians (ACP) also found that routine pelvic exams were of no benefit to women without symptoms. Find out if and when you need a pelvic […]

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Ted Feldman from Bear Hands talks Kerfuffle and 2AM

Ted Feldman from Bear Hands talks Kerfuffle and 2AM

| June 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

DC 101’s Kerfuffle was last night and we had a chance to sit down with Bear Hands lead guitarist Ted Feldman and ask him a couple questions about the band, their recent album, and some late night stories. EOA: You’re playing Kerfuffle today with Silver Sun Pickups and Blink-182, You were just on tour with […]

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Maryland’s Tick Problem: Prevent Lyme

Maryland’s Tick Problem: Prevent Lyme

| June 21, 2016 | 1 Comment

School is out and everyone is excited about summer–especially Maryland ticks. In and around Annapolis, the increase in outdoor activities in parks, woods and particularly our own gardens and yard, means ticks and Lyme disease. Get the inside scoop on Maryland’s tick problem and what you can do to keep you and your family tick and […]

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