Archive for 'Health'
This Thanksgiving Day, the employees will be preparing a total of 7,860 pounds of turkey, 1,050 pounds of roasted potatoes, 975 pounds of cornbread stuffing and 5,240 dinner rolls to their clients living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses, free of charge.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley unveiled his healthcare plan Tuesday, aiming to improve on the Affordable Care Act and expand health coverage.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently issued a statewide proclamation requiring all children...ages one and two…to be tested for lead paint poisoning. But for one local family, that order can just a little too late.
It's one of those dangers that often goes unnoticed: lead exposure from chipping or peeling paint in older homes. And it’s gone on for generations. But the push is on by the state and activists to get the lead…out.
Exposure to lead can be deadly. Use of lead paint was common until it was outlawed in 1978. In the years following there have been many lawsuits and many settlements and plenty of people trying to take advantage of those circumstances.
The Prince George's County Council voted 8 to 1 in favor of passing a new electronic cigarette law. The law bans the use of E-Cigarettes where regular cigarettes are banned, except in casinos.
The Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless is on a mission:to house all homeless veterans identified in Montgomery County by the end of 2015.
Amidst rising concerns surrounding health co-ops shutting down in various parts of the United States, Marylanders have nothing to worry about as state co-op is going strong.