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Hand-Foot-Mouth Outbreak Causing Neurologic Disease in Kids

Hand-Foot-Mouth Outbreak Causing Neurologic Disease in Kids

| September 14, 2018

The CDC has reported today about a viral outbreak involving 34 children who have developed neurologic complications as a result of enterovirus (EV), a common cause of Hand-Foot-Mouth disease. The outbreak has currently been identified in Colorado only but healthcare providers have been alerted to watch for further spread.  The children affected so far have […]

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Is It Safe To Swim in the Chesapeake Bay?

Is It Safe To Swim in the Chesapeake Bay?

| July 24, 2018

Is It Safe to Swim in the Chesapeake Bay? Wonder if it is safe to swim in the Chesapeake Bay in 2018?  What are the risks of getting a diseases — and what is it you might get — from swimming in the Bay around Annapolis? It’s mid-summer and water-related activity is increasing. Hotter August […]

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Hundreds turn out to honor those who sacrificed

Hundreds turn out to honor those who sacrificed

| May 28, 2018

Hundreds of spectators lined the streets of Annapolis this morning to honor the war dead who have made the ultimate sacrifice by fighting for the United States.  The Annapolis Memorial Day parade made its way down a drizzly West Street, Main Street and culminated at Susan Campbell Park where Mayor Gavin Buckley and led a […]

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USNA Graduation 2018

USNA Graduation 2018

| May 25, 2018

NOTES: The full transcript and recording of President Trump’s speech will be inserted below when available. We will attempt a live blog throughout the morning. However, cell/wifi is likely to be weak.  Scroll to the bottom to see any available updates as they happen. On May 25 the United States Naval Academy will graduate 1042 midshipmen […]

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What you need to know about Commissioning Week

What you need to know about Commissioning Week

| May 20, 2018

The end of the year is fast approaching for the First Class Midshipmen who will be commissioned as Ensigns in the US Navy or 2nd Lieutenants in the US Marine Corps. Along with the graduation ceremony, which is by invitation only, there are a number of public events including a flight demonstration by the Blue […]

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Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 20th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake this Thursday

Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 20th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake this Thursday

| May 14, 2018

The Chesapeake Bay Trust’s Annual Treasure the Chesapeake Celebration will take place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:30 PM at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Last year more than 600 Chesapeake Bay friends, colleagues and supporters joined us for a night to remember and helped raise more than $100,000 to fund the Trust’s restoration, […]

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2018 USNA Graduation, Herndon, Trump, Blue Angels, and Parades. All you need to know

2018 USNA Graduation, Herndon, Trump, Blue Angels, and Parades. All you need to know

| May 12, 2018

The end of the year is fast approaching for the First Class Midshipmen who will be commissioned as Ensigns in the US Navy or 2nd Lieutenants in the US Marine Corps. Along with the graduation ceremony, which is by invitation only, there are a number of public events including a flight demonstration by the Blue […]

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Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 20th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake on May 17th

Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 20th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake on May 17th

| May 10, 2018

The Chesapeake Bay Trust’s Annual Treasure the Chesapeake Celebration will take place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:30 PM at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Last year more than 600 Chesapeake Bay friends, colleagues and supporters joined us for a night to remember and helped raise more than $100,000 to fund the Trust’s restoration, […]

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Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 20th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake on May 17th

Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 20th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake on May 17th

| April 30, 2018

The Chesapeake Bay Trust’s Annual Treasure the Chesapeake Celebration will take place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:30 PM at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Last year more than 600 Chesapeake Bay friends, colleagues and supporters joined us for a night to remember and helped raise more than $100,000 to fund the Trust’s restoration, […]

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Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 20th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake on May 17th

Chesapeake Bay Trust to host 20th Annual Treasure the Chesapeake on May 17th

| April 19, 2018

The Chesapeake Bay Trust’s Annual Treasure the Chesapeake Celebration will take place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:30 PM at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Last year more than 600 Chesapeake Bay friends, colleagues and supporters joined us for a night to remember and helped raise more than $100,000 to fund the Trust’s restoration, […]

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President Trump to speak at 2018 USNA Graduation

President Trump to speak at 2018 USNA Graduation

| April 18, 2018

The end of the year is fast approaching for the First Class Midshipmen who will be commissioned as Ensigns in the US Navy or 2nd Lieutenants in the US Marine Corps. Along with the graduation ceremony, which is by invitation only, there are a number of public events including a flight demonstration by the Blue […]

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Anne Arundel Winter Storm Safety Alert

Anne Arundel Winter Storm Safety Alert

| March 21, 2018

Annapolis Winter Storm Safety Alert: Winter storms and cold temperatures can be deadly. Power outages, frozen docks and slippery roadways all contribute to injuries and deaths every year. Evolve Medical brings you a reminder of what you should (and shouldn’t) do to protect you and your family during Winter Storm Toby.   Start with these Steps […]

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Flu Deaths Spike in Children: 75% Didn’t Get Flu Shot

Flu Deaths Spike in Children: 75% Didn’t Get Flu Shot

| February 17, 2018

A sharp spike in flu deaths among children was reported Friday by the CDC.  Called the worst flu season in a decade, another 22 children died last week.  Across the US, 84 children have died of the flu since the season began.   But there may be some good news. This week, researchers reported  that […]

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2018 Flu Worsens — Weeks More Ahead

2018 Flu Worsens — Weeks More Ahead

| February 6, 2018

2018 FLU SEASON UPDATE: Hospitalizations for flu are at the highest level since the CDC began collecting this data — and climbing. Many flu experts predict the 2018 flu season has weeks more to go.  In Maryland, ERs and doctors are seeing an increased percentage of people sick with the flu for the third straight week. […]

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How Doctors and Nurses Prevent Flu

How Doctors and Nurses Prevent Flu

| February 2, 2018

Prevent Flu Ever wonder how doctors and nurses prevent flu? After all, they are surrounded by people with high fevers and the flu, coughing at them in small exam rooms. The answers may surprise you–and mainly because some of the most important preventative steps are so simple! 1. Wash Your Hands (or use hand sanitizer) […]

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Flu Deadlier – Spread by Breathing

Flu Deadlier – Spread by Breathing

| January 22, 2018

The flu virus is deadlier this year, killing an average of 100 people per week beginning last month. The flu has killed 30 children this year so far.  On top of that, the University of Maryland School of Public Health published a study showing that just breathing may spread the flu. Read more.  The CDC is […]

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Flu Level Spikes in Maryland

Flu Level Spikes in Maryland

| January 9, 2018

Influenza rate has spiked suddenly here in Maryland. Flu intensity is now listed at the highest level and widespread. In the US, 13 children have died this year from the flu. At the same time, the influenza strain being detected this year is H3N2 and according to a commentary published in the New England Journal of […]

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Health Alert: 10 Below! Frostbite in 30 Min

Health Alert: 10 Below! Frostbite in 30 Min

| January 5, 2018

Winter Gale brings Wind Chill to 10 below Frostbite in 30 Minutes The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Gale warning for the Annapolis area, with wind gusts as high as 45 mph causing wind chill to as much as 10 below. At 10 below, exposed skin will develop frostbite in as little as […]

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New Year, New You: 10 Steps that Really Work

New Year, New You: 10 Steps that Really Work

| December 28, 2017

New Year, New You? 10 Steps that Really Work! Why does Old You Quit on New You So Easily? New You gets distracted, lazy or just is as busy and preoccupied with life as Old You. It’s not because Old You sucks. It’s because Old You needs to make a plan for success.   New […]

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Bittersweet Truth: Sugar Free Ain’t Free

Bittersweet Truth: Sugar Free Ain’t Free

| December 21, 2017

Bittersweet Truth:  Sugar Free Ain’t Free Sugar-free sweeteners were initially created for people dealing with diabetes. Now, the idea that sugar substitutes are healthy has become rooted in the American psyche and are hard to avoid in today’s food supply. Researchers are now realizing that these artificial sweeteners have only made things worse by creating even […]

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Last Day to Enroll December 22

Last Day to Enroll December 22

| December 21, 2017

  The deadline for getting health insurance in Maryland is tomorrow, Friday December 22nd! Don’t get caught without health insurance.  Confused? Too expensive? Evolve Medical Clinics is a Direct Primary Care and when paired with a low cost health insurance–or even with a health sharing network, your family could be paying as little as $399 […]

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Creating a Stress-Free Holiday

Creating a Stress-Free Holiday

| December 12, 2017

The holidays are among us – a time of year that causes a lot of stress for many of us. Holiday invitations gathering on your counter, a long list of people you need to send holiday cards to, and the daunting task of braving the shopping mall crowds. All of this, in addition to your […]

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