Monthly Archives: April 2012

Strangulation: What Patients and Providers Must Know

Strangulation puts a victim’s life literally in the hands of their assailant. It’s an especially vicious crime that can cause pneumonia, miscarriage, stroke and even death. “Think of abuse on a spectrum: name calling, put downs and punching the wall are on one end of the spectrum and homicide is on the other far end…
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LifeBridge Health Community Events for the Week of April 29-May5

LifeBridge Health offers a variety of wellness education classes, lectures and screenings every week. These events range from breastfeeding support groups to stress reduction and relaxation classes. They are all part of LifeBridge Health’s commitment to making sure that the local community is leading a healthy lifestyle. So, what are the upcoming events for this…
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Goldie the Golden Girl Turns 109

Goldie Miller is truly unique - in more ways than one. At 109, she's the oldest centenarian in the entire state of Maryland. More importantly, though, she's a beloved member of the community. Goldie is a Charm City gal, born and bred, and she's given back to the city she's loved as home for over…
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CervoCheck is the Winner of the LBH Entrepreneur Challenge

LifeBridge Health is always searching  for solutions to some of health care’s most pressing challenges. We've created the  Entrepreneur Challenge as a way to foster opportunities for women and minority-owned business owners to present their ideas.  Businesses that were selected to participate in the final round competed for up to $20,000 in prize money and…
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It’s Easy Bein’ Green At LifeBridge Health

Many of us may plan a ramen-noodles-every-night budget, but all we really need to do is make a few tweaks to our daily routines. "Go green" isn't just Captain Planet's battle cry, it's the advice that will keep the green in our wallets (and on our plates). Think about it: Most of the things that…
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