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Knob Hall Winery CLEAR SPRING — Knob Hall Winery in Clear Spring won two gold medals and two “best in class” awards at the eighth annual Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition July 14 and 15 in Haymarket, Va. The winery won the top...
When use becomes abuse: Drug abuse is on the rise and most people can find a stash in their own firstname.lastname@example.orgThe newest drug-abuse trend is a bit of a shocker. The drug is legal, and it's found in more than half the homes in the United States. Abuse is so widespread, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention classifies it as an epidemic. Abusers...
Everyone wants a better butt. It's the thing is this coveted area for training is for more than filling out your jeans. The muscles in the rear are the largest, and strongest muscles in the body. Having "buns of steel" can help improve posture and make...
Kaplan University provides a quality education To the editor: An Aug. 28 story in The Herald-Mail seemed to suggest that for-profit institutions, like Kaplan University, do not provide a high-quality education. The article quoted Hagerstown Community...
Waters should be admired for courageous vote To the editor: I have to disagree with a recent letter (Sept. 2) that takes to task Leonard Pitts for crediting U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters with a spine. Referring to budget proposals, the writer makes...
email@example.comParkway Neurosciences and Spine Institute plans to expand into a new, $8.84 million medical office building next to its current office on Western Maryland Parkway, according to a Washington County building permit. The permit, approved May 11, is for...
Melissa and Chris Erickson move around their Yorktown kitchen in easy harmony as they prepare dinner for their three children. She readies the pot roast while he demonstrates expert skill in mincing garlic and chopping vegetables. "This wouldn't have...
Erin Michael ran the relay race in the Baltimore Running Festival last year and saw a few disabled racers — but thought there could be more. The 29-year-old therapist at Kennedy Krieger Institute encouraged and then helped train nine patients who...
CHARLEVOIX — Health officials reported Tuesday that two more Michigan residents have died, including an 81-year-old Charlevoix County woman, as a result of the national meningitis outbreak. The Michigan Department of Community Health said the...
Back problems in people have practically become an epidemic in the United States. Most everyone knows somebody, either a friend, family member, co-worker or neighbor who has suffered some kind of back injury or chronic nagging back pain. Unfortunately,...
Channel 2 NewsFederal officials recommended Wednesday that Alaska health care providers contact more than 840 of their patients in connection with materials from a Masschusetts pharmacy implicated in a deadly multi-state meningitis outbreak. According to a statement...
CNNThe number of documented U.S. cases of fungal meningitis has risen yet again, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reporting 205 infections Sunday, including 15 deaths. The latest tally is over a dozen more than the agency reported Friday....
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