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News-Medical-Net
New noninvasive treatment option improves quality of life in patients with essential tremorpatients who experienced no relief from medication." Twenty-two of the patient
New noninvasive treatment option improves quality of life in patients with essential tremor
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
patients who experienced no relief from medication." Twenty-two of the patients in the year-long study were treated at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), with many who received the new therapy achieving up to a 99 percent improvement... Read more
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Daily Mail
Firefighter adjusts to 'new normal' a year after full face transplanttransplant Eventually a church friend of Hardison's wrote to Dr Rodriguez, who
Firefighter adjusts to 'new normal' a year after full face transplant
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
transplant Eventually a church friend of Hardison's wrote to Dr Rodriguez, who had performed a 2012 face transplant at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The doctor said he would try to help, and in August 2014 Hardison was placed on a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland boy who got double hand transplant can throw a football, write with pencil, do other routine tasksand even faces. In 2012, a group of Johns Hopkins doctors transplanted arms on
Maryland boy who got double hand transplant can throw a football, write with pencil, do other routine tasks
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
and even faces. In 2012, a group of Johns Hopkins doctors transplanted arms on a soldier injured in the Iraq war and the University of Maryland Medical Center performed a face transplant that same year. Levin, chairman of the Department of... Read more
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York Daily Record
Diner shown in 'Restaurant Impossible' closesto a halt when she left for surgery in January. She underwent a 14-hour surger
Diner shown in 'Restaurant Impossible' closes
York Daily Record / Posted 6 days ago
to a halt when she left for surgery in January. She underwent a 14-hour surgery to remove the tumor and spent a month at University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, followed by five months of radiation therapy, skin grafts and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Gravely ill Mexican immigrant who was reunited with mother has dieddied Friday afternoon. Carla, 22, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leu
Gravely ill Mexican immigrant who was reunited with mother has died
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
died Friday afternoon. Carla, 22, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia three weeks ago, and staff at the University of Maryland Medical Center scrambled to get her mother, Petra Diaz Espino, to her daughter's bedside. Petra was... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Man pleads guilty to assault after striking an officer with his carwhere he surrendered to police. Minor told the officers he was armed and that
Man pleads guilty to assault after striking an officer with his car
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
where he surrendered to police. Minor told the officers he was armed and that he had been shot. He was taken to the University of Maryland Medical Center. The officer who had been struck was treated for injuries to his knee. Inside the car,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Donna C. Box, Carroll County schools employee and artist, diesC. Box, a Carroll County public schools employee who was a watercolor artist, d
Donna C. Box, Carroll County schools employee and artist, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
C. Box, a Carroll County public schools employee who was a watercolor artist, died Saturday of aplastic anemia at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Sykesville resident was 56. The daughter of William H. Rowe Jr., a Westinghouse... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Blood-Drive Held to Honor Teen Shot Playing Basketball in BaltimoreBALTIMORE (WJZ)—Family and friends and the University of Maryland Medical Cente
Blood-Drive Held to Honor Teen Shot Playing Basketball in Baltimore
CBS Baltimore / Posted 9 days ago
BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Family and friends and the University of Maryland Medical Center are holding a blood-drive to honor a teenager who was shot while playing basketball in Baltimore. Shots ring out on a basketball court on August 7th, near the 800 block... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
UMMC holding blood drive for 16-old caught in crossfireThe University of Maryland Medical Center is holding a blood drive in honor of
UMMC holding blood drive for 16-old caught in crossfire
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
The University of Maryland Medical Center is holding a blood drive in honor of one of its summer youth workers who was caught in gun crossfire while at a neighborhood basketball court earlier this month. Lamont Roberson arrived at University of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Mother of dying immigrant reunited with daughtercare in Baltimore. Carla's aggressive cancer had been diagnosed just two weeks
Mother of dying immigrant reunited with daughter
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
care in Baltimore. Carla's aggressive cancer had been diagnosed just two weeks earlier. The doctors and staff at the University of Maryland Medical Center had been scrambling, without success, to get Petra a visa. On Friday, they told... Read more
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Baltimore Orioles
Barcs pet calendar sale, autograph signing highlight Orioles homestandPark during every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday home game. · AUGUST 19 -- MAJBR
Barcs pet calendar sale, autograph signing highlight Orioles homestand
Baltimore Orioles / Posted 11 days ago
Park during every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday home game. · AUGUST 19 -- MAJBRITT JENSEN, LCSW-C; for her devotion to the University of Maryland Medical Center as a social worker. Jensen continually works with patients in the Bone Marrow... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State officials to decide on Arundel hospitals' cardiac program applications this fallHospital, the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, Sinai Hospital,
State officials to decide on Arundel hospitals' cardiac program applications this fall
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Hospital, the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, Sinai Hospital, MedStar Union Memorial Hospital and the University of Maryland Medical Center. In 2009, the region had 3,837 adult cardiac cases in 2009, compared to 3,256 in 2013.... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
Seniors | July 20, 2014As such, dong quai has long been used to relieve the symptoms of premenstrual s
Seniors | July 20, 2014
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 12 days ago
As such, dong quai has long been used to relieve the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome and menopause. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, researchers are unsure if dong quai acts like estrogen or blocks estrogen in the body,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore hospital scrambles to reunite dying daughter with motherlife in the United States. Petra has been waiting for days at a Texas border c
Baltimore hospital scrambles to reunite dying daughter with mother
Baltimore Sun / Posted 14 days ago
life in the United States. Petra has been waiting for days at a Texas border crossing as her daughter's doctors at the University of Maryland Medical Center call immigration officials again and again to beg on Carla Diaz Espino's behalf. "I... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Organ donation on the rise as fatal drug overdoses mountpromiscuous college student, also considered infectious risks, said Dr. Jonatha
Organ donation on the rise as fatal drug overdoses mount
Baltimore Sun / Posted 14 days ago
promiscuous college student, also considered infectious risks, said Dr. Jonathan S. Bromberg, a transplant surgeon at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Donors or their family members must answer detailed questions about the donor's... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Wedded: Cindy Clark and Kyle Howes were high school sweetheartsstory: Cindy Clark, 27, was born in Baltimore and grew up in Finksburg. She wor
Wedded: Cindy Clark and Kyle Howes were high school sweethearts
Baltimore Sun / Posted 14 days ago
story: Cindy Clark, 27, was born in Baltimore and grew up in Finksburg. She works as a pediatric nurse practitioner at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Her parents, Debbie and Michael Clark, live in Finksburg. His story: Kyle Howes, 28,... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
LDL “bad” cholesterol lowered by five percent with daily serving of beans, peas, chickpeas, or lentilslower inflammation, increase HDL cholesterol levels, reduce triglycerides, and
LDL “bad” cholesterol lowered by five percent with daily serving of beans, peas, chickpeas, or lentils
Bel Marra Health / Posted 16 days ago
lower inflammation, increase HDL cholesterol levels, reduce triglycerides, and lower blood pressure. In fact, according the University of Maryland Medical Center, consuming just two servings of these fish per week can lower cholesterol as well as... Read more
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CBS News
D.C.-area hospital closes NICU over deadly bacteriathe nine current patients in the unit to other hospitals in the area, including
D.C.-area hospital closes NICU over deadly bacteria
CBS News / Posted 17 days ago
the nine current patients in the unit to other hospitals in the area, including Children's National Medical Center and the University of Maryland Medical Center. "PGHC has been in active consultation with public health authorities, epidemiologists... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
LDL cholesterol levels in blood reduced by adding new enriched broccoli variety in the diet: Studylower inflammation, increase HDL cholesterol levels, reduce triglycerides, and
LDL cholesterol levels in blood reduced by adding new enriched broccoli variety in the diet: Study
Bel Marra Health / Posted 17 days ago
lower inflammation, increase HDL cholesterol levels, reduce triglycerides, and lower blood pressure. In fact, according the University of Maryland Medical Center, consuming just two servings of these fish per week can not only lower cholesterol but... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
Shock Trauma nurse recounts fall from I-70 bridgeis OK. Every day she delivers compassionate and expert care to her patients in
Shock Trauma nurse recounts fall from I-70 bridge
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 21 days ago
is OK. Every day she delivers compassionate and expert care to her patients in the Critical Care Resuscitation Unit at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She exemplifies the highest qualities of nursing and selflessness, and we are so proud... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Good Samaritan recovering after fall from bridgeresponder,” Weir said. “But I can probably at least do something. So that’s why
Good Samaritan recovering after fall from bridge
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 21 days ago
responder,” Weir said. “But I can probably at least do something. So that’s why I was running.” A spokesperson for the University of Maryland Medical Center, the place where Weir both works and was treated, sent this statement to WUSA... Read more
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ajc.com
Emory among three study sites for clinical trial of Zika vaccinevolunteers ages 18-35 years will be enrolled at the three sites, including the
Emory among three study sites for clinical trial of Zika vaccine
ajc.com / Posted 23 days ago
volunteers ages 18-35 years will be enrolled at the three sites, including the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Md.; the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore; and the Hope Clinic. A lab technician displays Aedes aegypti mosquitoes... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
John D. 'Johnny' Callender, retired purchasing agent, diesprimarily in purchasing, at Union Memorial Hospital, Bon Secours Hospital, Prin
John D. 'Johnny' Callender, retired purchasing agent, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
primarily in purchasing, at Union Memorial Hospital, Bon Secours Hospital, Prince George's County General Hospital and the University of Maryland Medical Center. From 1998 until his retirement in 2005, Mr. Callender was purchasing agent for... Read more
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The Daily Record
U.S. News: Johns Hopkins 4th in nation for hospitalsand neurosurgery. Hopkins also took the top spot among Maryland hospitals; rou
U.S. News: Johns Hopkins 4th in nation for hospitals
The Daily Record / Posted 24 days ago
and neurosurgery. Hopkins also took the top spot among Maryland hospitals; rounding out the statewide top ten are: 2. University of Maryland Medical Center; 3. Mercy Medical Center; Sinai Hospital of Baltimore (tie); 5. MedStar Southern... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Debra Ann Wilson, HR professional, diesadministrator and former television producer, died July 23 of complications fro
Debra Ann Wilson, HR professional, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
administrator and former television producer, died July 23 of complications from heart disease and diabetes at the University of Maryland Medical Center after de-boarding a Spirit of Baltimore cruise for her friend's birthday celebration.... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Owings Mills boy first recipient of double hand transplant on a childarms and even faces. In 2013, a group of Johns Hopkins doctors transplanted arm
Owings Mills boy first recipient of double hand transplant on a child
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
arms and even faces. In 2013, a group of Johns Hopkins doctors transplanted arms on a soldier hurt in the Iraq war. The University of Maryland Medical Center performed a face transplant on a man in 2012. The lead surgeon on Zion's procedure, L.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Leroy J. Dieter Sr., construction foreman, diesLeroy J. Dieter Sr., a retired construction foreman and heavy equipment operato
Leroy J. Dieter Sr., construction foreman, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted a month ago
Leroy J. Dieter Sr., a retired construction foreman and heavy equipment operator, died July 20 at the University of Maryland Medical Center of heart failure. He was 80. The son of Jacob Alfonza Dieter and Anna Catherine Kraft, farmers, Leroy John... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore police decision to leave suspect at hospital broke with state guidelines to prevent escapesconsideration, he said. Baltimore Police and hospital officials acknowledge An
Baltimore police decision to leave suspect at hospital broke with state guidelines to prevent escapes
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
consideration, he said. Baltimore Police and hospital officials acknowledge Anthony Jerome Clark, Jr.'s release from the University of Maryland Medical Center exposed communication failures. Hospital officials say staff didn't know Clark was... Read more

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