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Simple Procedure, Advanced Relief

For men who suffer from large gland benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)—an enlargement of the prostate that is not linked to cancer—surgery to alleviate the symptoms has traditionally come with a list of unfavorable risks: urinary incontinence, impotence and urinary tract infections, to name a few.

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Carroll Hospital Health Chat: National Cancer Survivors Day

On this week’s Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Kathleen Erbacher, executive director of the William E. Kahlert Regional Cancer Center, discusses the upcoming National Cancer Survivors Day picnic on Sunday, June 3

 

 

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Fig, Date and Walnut Quick Bread

Don’t forget figs and dates are fruit too. This fig-date bread is made with half whole wheat flour and loaded with fiber and heart healthy nutrients.

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Making Women’s Health a Priority

In honor of National Women’s Health Week, a week dedicated to increasing women’s awareness of ways to improve their health, here are five important health concerns of which women should always be aware:

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Mixed Fruit with Lemon Basil Dressing

As if fresh summer fruit salad isn’t delicious enough, try this interesting variation. This fresh fruit is served with a tangy salad dressing, and you can even incorporate mixed greens or a whole grain, like farro or quinoa, and make it a meal!

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Carroll Hospital Health Chat: Stroke

On this week’s Carroll Hospital Health Chat, registered nurse Krista Johnson discusses stroke and stroke symptoms

 

 

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The Fruits of Summer

It’s never too early to start planning your healthy summer snacks and meals around Maryland’s abundant fruit and vegetable crops. According to the Maryland’s Best website, the strawberry harvest that begins in May provides us with our first taste of locally grown fruit.

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Strawberry Tomato Salsa

This sweet and spicy version hits all the right notes for a new twist on salsa with the incorporation of fruit into a dip.

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Carroll Hospital Health Chat: Aging with Grace Seminar

On this week’s Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Cheryl Gosaguio, manager of outpatient social work and community resources, and Karen Miller, attorney at the Weisse Miller Law Group, discussed the upcoming Aging with Grace seminar on May 20 hosted by the Carroll Hospital Foundation. Register for the free seminar by calling 410-871-6196 by May 10.
 

 

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Keeping Kids Safe

The week of May 5 is Safe Kids Week, a time dedicated to increase awareness of how to protect children from preventable injuries.

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