Monthly Archives: December 2015

‘Tis the Season Year-Round for Flowers for Powers

Even though the holiday season has come to an end, goodwill toward men (and women and children, too!) is something that Abby Levin and Lexi Thomas feel should continue year-round. Two years ago, the spunky 12-year-olds created Flowers for Powers with the mission of delivering flowers to the ill and elderly. Recently, the girls and…
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Rubin Institute Celebrates Holidays with Pediatric Patients, Families

Earlier this month, the Rubin Institute For Advanced Orthopedics at LifeBridge Health celebrated its littlest patients at its annual holiday party at Sinai Hospital. Families came from across the country to celebrate the holidays and the life-changing care offered by the specialists at the Rubin Institute. Former and current patients and their families, as well…
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Northwest Researchers Collaborate to Benefit Sepsis Patients

Researchers at Northwest Hospital and LifeBridge Health Critical Care in Randallstown have found that re-evaluating intensive care admission guidelines and creating a more collaborative culture between the Emergency Department (ED) and the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) led to better results for patients with sepsis, a potentially life-threatening complication of an infection. Researchers presented their findings…
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Five Ways to Protect Your Skin During a Harsh Winter

Cold temperatures and dry air can leave skin feeling uncomfortably dry. Luckily, there are steps you can take to keep your skin soft and healthy through the winter months. 1. Moisturize often. Using a moisturizer during the winter can help trap needed moisture in your skin. For the best results, slather on the moisturizer right…
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