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Keeping Your Joints and Bones Healthy and Happy
No matter your age, it’s important to take good care of your bones and joints. Healthy joints allow you to walk, run, jump, play sports, and participate in other activities you love. Joints are the connections between bones that allow you to ...
What You Need to Know About Ear, Nose & Throat Health
If you’ve ever had an ear infection, sinus problems, or acid reflux, you might have seen an Ear, Nose & Throat specialist for treatment. ENT specialists, also known as otolaryngologists, specialize in treating these common disorders as well ...
10 Tips for Women's Health and Fitness
Every woman’s health journey is unique, and taking care of your health is important no matter your age. The more health-informed choices you make when you’re younger can pave the way for a healthier future. However, it’s never too ...
What Makes Vaping So Harmful?
Once touted as a “harmless” way to smoke, the dangers of vape pens —also known as e-cigarettes—are becoming more widely recognized. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), e-cigarettes are not quite as harmful as ...
Keep Your Heart Healthy
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for American men and women alike. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce your risk of heart disease—but first, you should understand what causes heart disease and what your risks are. ...
Tips to Age Fabulously
It’s never too late to take good care of yourself. Caring for your body and mind is important at any age, and taking extra steps for a healthier you as you get older can improve your physical health, mental health, and general wellbeing. At ...
Spherion Donates $5,000 to Frederick Health
Pictured Left to Right: Spherion Co-Owner Tammy Feaster; Spherion Co-Owner Gary Hayes; and Frederick Health President & CEO Tom Kleinhanzl. ----------------------------- DATE: August 31, 2020 For Immediate Release FREDERICK, MD – Spherion ...
Prostate Cancer Awareness
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men, aside from skin cancer. Approximately 13 out of every 100 men in the US will get prostate cancer during their lifetime, and about two to three out of every 100 men will die from this disease. ...