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firstname.lastname@example.orgBehind the pharmacy counter, the familiar bags of medications are tagged and labeled alphabetically in plastic containers. Customers come and go —but not everyone is there to drop off or pick up a prescription. Some have come for an influenza or...
Small business program boosts research, new technology To the editor: The legislative compromise on a short-term payroll tax extension dominated headlines in late December, but few journalists heralded a provision that was included in the bill that...
Humane Society thanks plungers, sponsors To the editor: On behalf of the staff, the board of directors and the 5,700 animals we care for annually at the Humane Society of Washington County, I want to thank everyone who made Polar Bear Plunge 2012 the...
email@example.comDusty Graham and Ruth Thompson sat in the waiting area of Home Care Pharmacy at Hager Park on a recent Thursday morning while the area filled and emptied with people. Graham, 60, and Thompson, 65, both of Hagerstown, met for the first time that morning...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen a vaccine became available several years ago that would protect against the human papillomavirus, Sarah Robbins didn't hesitate to have her 13-year-old daughter receive it. "Medical science has given us a vaccine against cancer," the Hagerstown...
email@example.comThe Humane Society of Washington County is asking people to wait until after Dec. 29 to turn in dogs at its shelter, due to a recurrence of kennel cough. Kennel cough, or bordetella, is the common name for canine tracheobronchitis, the humane society...
I want to take this opportunity to expand upon the recent stories in The Herald-Mail concerning the aspects of what we do for the community. The Humane Society of Washington County has two major operational components: Animal Control and Humane Society...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHolding a vial bigger than her hand, filled with what appeared to be sugar, Nakita Tobias, 7, could not believe her eyes Sunday. “Holy moly!” she exclaimed. “I’m not drinking soda ever again.” Inside the vial was the amount...
email@example.comEditor’s note: Leaders of the Washington County Strategic Community Impact Plan divided the plan’s focus groups into three categories: people, families and community. This story features goals and strategies in the families category. The...
Washington County Health Department Carla Freeman has been named Washington County Health Department's Employee of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2011. Freeman has been employed by the health department since 2008, where she works as a community...
Internist and Hospital of Central Connecticut medical staff memberMany people believe vaccinations are relegated to childhood, but the viruses and bacteria that cause severe illness in youth can also infect adults. In fact, certain common infectious diseases, like chickenpox or flu, are more aggressive in adulthood....
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