Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Color Run – The Happiest 5K on Earth!

I actually ran a 5K! Okay, so I did have to stop and walk once or twice, but not for long. I definitely ran at least three-fourths of it! [caption id="attachment_9351" align="alignleft" width="203"] Before the run[/caption] The Color Run is unlike anything I’ve ever seen, and being a fun run rather than a timed race, I…
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ACL Injuries Can Affect Anyone

Recently, Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb suffered his second anterior cruciate ligament (ACL tear) in the last four years. [caption id="attachment_9371" align="alignright" width="181"] Hakeem Clark[/caption] An ACL injury is a tear in one of the knee ligaments that connects the upper leg bone with the lower bone. The ACL is important because it helps keep…
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LifeBridge Health is prepared for Hurricane Sandy

The East Coast is preparing for Hurricane Sandy, and LifeBridge Health is no exception.  All of our facilities, which include Sinai and Northwest Hospitals, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital and Courtland Gardens Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, are fully staffed, so patient care will not be interrupted. We have compiled a list of resources that…
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Sinai Sponsors American Heart Association’s Recess Baltimore Program

Reading about the fight against childhood obesity is one thing. Seeing the faces of Baltimore City children determined not to become statistics in this battle is quite another. That’s why a recent afternoon at the Du Burns Arena in Canton was especially poignant. A group of 350 kids was on hand to help the American Heart…
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What to Buy to Prepare for an Emergency

As Marylanders batten the hatches for a hurricane, they’re hitting the grocery stores and big-box retailers in droves; it’s not uncommon to see checkout lines that are packed all the way back to the deli counter. Though you’ll see some carts piled so high that you can’t quite see who’s pushing them, you can keep…
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