Carroll Hospital Health Chat: Sun Safety

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!

Reducing Added Sugars in the Diet

The 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans provided by the USDA came out recently. The purpose of these guidelines is to promote health, prevent disease and focus on healthy eating through all stages of life.  

Since 1980, it has been recommended to limit added sugars for optimal health, and these new guidelines are no different. Reducing added sugars in the diet can help to manage weight and help to prevent chronic illness.  

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February is Heart Health Month

Maintaining a heart-healthy lifestyle is as important as ever during a global pandemic. Heart disease is the leading cause of death, regardless of gender, for most ethnic and racial groups in the United States.

Join us for our heart health-focused programs, in collaboration with The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County and the Hill Y in Westminster, to learn more, get motivated and get active! Learn more about cardiovascular care and services at Carroll Hospital.  

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