If you are tired of the same old way you cook salmon and want to try something new, check out this sweet and spicy glazed salmon recipe! Pair with sautéed baby bok choy or other non-starchy vegetable and a complex carbohydrate like brown rice, quinoa or farro for added fiber.
For more than two decades, Ellen Finnerty Myers has helped countless donors build their legacies within the Carroll Hospital community. Now, as she enters retirement this July, it’s only appropriate to look at the legacy she leaves behind. And, oh, what a tremendous legacy it is.
When Joy Goodie decided to change her career from being a behavioral health consultant in Carroll Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) to a registered nurse and ideally an advanced nurse practitioner, she wanted to avoid accumulating a huge debt when she graduated.
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, community educator Christina McGann discusses how to stay safe in the sun.
The Tevis Center for Wellness is hosting skin cancer screenings on Friday, September 24. The screening is free, but registration is required; call 410-871-7000 to register or for more information.
Listen to the Carroll Hospital Health Chat live each Tuesday morning at 8:20 a.m. on WTTR AM 1470/102.3!
This recipe is great for a weekend family breakfast or even breakfast for dinner. It uses whole grain flour, which has more protein and fiber than white flour. Make sure to use 100% real maple syrup or top with fresh, in-season fruit!