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firstname.lastname@example.orgThey are children who are facing life-threatening illnesses, like cancer and heart disease. Others are tiny victims of abuse and poverty. But a common thread runs through each of their stories. They have found comfort in a quilt. The children might...
Jim Powers will hold his ballroom dance party Friday from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Maugansville Ruritan Club building on Maugans Avenue. Admission costs $4 per person. Health workshop A workshop titled “Coronary Health Improvement Project,” or...
Tags: Music, High Blood Pressure, Entertainment, Cal Ripken, Obesity
Today's supermarket is filled with thousands of prepackaged foods to choose from, making the best nutritional choices difficult. Using the Nutrition Facts label located on the packaging can help you get the most nutrition for your food dollar. Use...
Clare Domer’s ballroom dance will be Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. at Morris Frock Post 42 American Legion on Northern Avenue in Hagerstown. The event is open to the public. Admission costs $5 per person. Benefit concert Smithsburg Volunteer Fire...
The Continuing Education and Community Services Division of Hagerstown Community College will offer a course titled, “Principles of Meditation — A Joyous, Peaceful Way of Life,” for two sessions, beginning in January. The first...
Wow, what a 2011 for the fitness industry. New brands, expanding brands, closing brands and weird things happening all around the fitness biz. You might have experienced some of these changes firsthand with the down economy forcing many fitness clubs to...
Tags: Arthritis, Apple iPhone, Weight, Diseases and Illnesses, Obesity
email@example.comWashington County will likely watch from the sidelines Saturday and into Sunday as Hurricane Irene batters most of the East Coast, according to the National Weather Service. The county is outside of the predicted path of the storm but could experience...
Brother and sister Mitchell Belella and Taylor Belella of Smithsburg are the recipients of scholarships from Delcan Corp. They are the children of Stephanie and Paul Belella. Their father works at Delcan’s Infrastructure Division in the Vienna, Va....
Kirk, Ward Bell, 77, passed on to heaven at home under Hospice care on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011, following a decades-long battle with heart disease. Born in Vandalia, Mo., he was the son of the late Hay Bell Kirk and the late Merlin Inlow Kirk. He...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPhil Cosentino never has been one to sit back and watch life go by. Instead, he lives it to the fullest. He's a runner who participates in everything from trail races to half marathons. He loves to ski and has logged more than 30 scuba dives. And,...
Brothers Who Care is forming a local health disparities committee to help develop solutions and activities to promote improvement in the health of the minority populations in the area, with a focus on heart disease and cancer. The organizers...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Cancer, Health
It's been repeated many times: Many Americans are overweight. Now obesity is creeping into childhood, affecting about 20 percent of children in the United States. Heart disease, diabetes and other problems connected with obesity used to be adult...
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