Monthly Archives: June 2012

All About Genetic Counseling at LifeBridge Health

Ten fingers and 10 toes. Many expecting parents will tell you that this is all they’re hoping for when asked if they would prefer a boy or a girl. This sweet-natured quip will coax a chuckle or two because a baby with 10 fingers and 10 toes seems like such a given. When we daydream…
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Health Care Workers Caring for Themselves

Glenda Ford knew that something was really wrong when the meal she had been looking forward to – her favorite dish at her favorite NYC eatery, Junior’s – tasted like dirt. “I took a bite and my mouth just dried up,” Glenda, who is the administrative assistant to Dr. Joseph Wiley and coordinator of Pediatric…
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What You Should Know About Drug Interactions

If you take at least one prescription drug on a daily basis, you’re not alone. Half of all Americans are prescribed at least one type of medication, and many of these people take several prescription medications at one time. Even more people take over-the-counter (OTC) drugs to combat health problems that range from headaches to…
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LifeBridge Health Employees Volunteer Personal Time to Help Others

It's no secret that LifeBridge Health employees give back every single day. Sometimes, we're carefully describing how a patient can continue their treatment plan at home; sometimes we're working to support health care providers by promoting their services to the public. Whether we're keeping the networks humming or our patients' bellies full, we're all here…
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Parisi Speed School Speed and Agility Camp/July 9-11

Do you know of a youth or teenage athlete who is looking to improve their game? If so, they might want to check out the Parisi Speed School Speed and Agility Camp. It will be held July 9-11 at Franklin High School in Reisterstown, MD. The camp will be led by the expert performance coaches…
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