We talk to Kennedy Krieger's Patrick Rummerfield, the world's first fully functioning quadriplegic.
Your choices for the best of Baltimore in various categories.
A new series on navigating pregnancy in Baltimore.
Jailbreak, Union, and Heavy Seas are all finding zen in the brewhouse.
Take your workout outside this summer.
Shopping and news events in Baltimore.
Grit your teeth every time you get an appointment reminder? Your new dentist is on this list.
Memberships connect users with boutique studios.
Introducing our first class of the region's top 50 nurses.
Amp up your workout in style.
How “good bacteria” is good for your gut.
Trading an office chair for an exercise ball.
An innovative fitness membership model launches locally.
For these five women who survived cardiac episodes, heart month lasts all year.
Jump into the new year with confidence.
Workout essentials for the colder months.
Personal trainer Jason Williams helps us overcome common exercise excuses.
Challenging cases, exclusive 2014 survey, getting sick in the age of social media, sleep disorders, and how to annoy your doctor.
Here are 10 races to help burn off those upcoming holiday calories.
From allergy specialists to X-ray experts, we've listed the physicians who their peers believe are the best in their respective fields.
The consequences of poor sleep can go far beyond irritability, potentially driving significant physical health issues.
For cancer patients, social media outlets have relegated suffering in silence to a thing of the past.
What do patients do that really gets under the skin of their physicians? We asked around and, turns out, we pushed a hot button.
We chronicle area physicians' most challenging cases, from a devastating injury to a deadly bacteria.
From October 20- 26, enjoy discounted spa services.
What’s your favorite way to stay active in Baltimore?
Hello fall, goodbye summer tan.
A string of recent tragedies in local adventure and endurance races offers cautionary tales.
Botched Lyme disease treatments turned Susan Green from angry patient to tireless advocate.
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Challenged by a fellow city magazine, we take this one on Ravens style.
The former Raven and his wife complete the challenge for ALS.
O.J. Brigance keeps working, smiling, and inspiring other ALS patients.
23-year-old woman was initially hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.
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