Monthly Archives: October 2009

Start! Greater Baltimore Heart Walk Raises Money

More than 8,000 people put their best feet forward recently for the 2009 Start! Greater Baltimore Heart Walk in Federal Hill Park.The gray day didn’t dampen any spirits as runners and walkers trekked along the 5K route to raise money for research in the battle against heart disease and strokes.And raise money they did…$900,000!In addition…
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Sinai Hosts Electronic Recycling Event

Perhaps you have a printer in your basement that's sat untouched for the past five years, or a series of cellular telephones sitting in your attic. Thanks to Sinai Hospital, you can finally break free from the various electronic items lurking in your house or office.As part of the Sinai Hospital 50th Anniversary "50 Acts…
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LifeBridge Health Mourns Passing of Dr. Alan Levine

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Dr. Alan Levine, the director of the Alvin & Lois Lapidus Cancer Institute at LifeBridge Health. "Under the guidance of Alan Levine, the Alvin & Lois Lapidus Cancer Institute is a recognized leader in the care and treatment of cancer, not only in Baltimore,…
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braVo! Breakfast Held at Regalo

The designer Jay Strongwater creates pieces found in the most exclusive stores or in the homes of top celebrities. But on Friday, those purchasing his frames, vases or other beautiful objects not only got a collector's item - they also helped out women and men with a breast cancer diagnosis.Regalo, located between sponsors Renaissance Fine…
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Spread the Word, Not the Germs

It's important for everyone to wash their hands. But there are some professions where hand washing is a critical part of the job: health care workers, teachers, and anyone involved in the food industry.That's why LifeBridge Health is so excited that the Restaurant Association of Maryland has joined us in the promotion hand washing. A…
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