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Anne Arundel Medical Center

Anne Arundel Medical Center
The non-profit hospital in Annapolis serves Anne Arundel, Prince George's, Queen Anne's and Calvert counties.
The non-profit hospital in Annapolis serves Anne Arundel, Prince George's, Queen Anne's and Calvert counties. « Show less

Top Anne Arundel Medical Center Articles

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  • Hogan's cancer is advanced, but there's 'reason to be optimistic'

    Hogan's cancer is advanced, but there's 'reason to be optimistic'
    Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday that he has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system, and that it is advanced. But cancer doctors say that doesn't mean it's incurable. Hogan, 59, said his cancer was diagnosed in a late stage after he...
  • Teen robbed outside Annapolis apartment building

    Teen robbed outside Annapolis apartment building
    Annapolis police said a 15-year-old boy was assaulted and robbed early Monday morning outside of an apartment building on Allen Drive. Police said the incident could be gang-related. The boy told police that at about 2 a.m., he was assaulted by five...
  • New chemotherapy drugs make non-Hodgkin lymphoma more curable

    New chemotherapy drugs make non-Hodgkin lymphoma more curable
    When Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday that he has non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system that works to protect the body from disease and infection, he said the disease was advanced. But cancer doctors said that doesn’t mean it can&...
  • Transcript: Governor Larry Hogan's full remarks on his cancer

    Transcript: Governor Larry Hogan's full remarks on his cancer
    The following are comments from Gov. Larry Hogan's press conference Monday, in which he announced he has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. I called this press conference today to talk about a new challenge that I will be faced with. It's a...
  • Health column: For tops in nutrition, shop at a farmers market

    Health column: For tops in nutrition, shop at a farmers market
    'Tis the season for maximizing our produce intake, and farmers markets are an excellent place to start. We know most Americans are not consuming enough fruits and vegetables, and we know taste is the number one motivator for eating them. Farmers market...
  • Senior Announcements: Diabetes workshops, Anne Arundel Medical Center and more

    Diabetes workshops The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities, the Anne Arundel Medical Center and UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center will present six-week, free, interactive diabetes workshops in July. These workshops are...
  • 'We're doing great': Parents recall childbirth on I-97 in Crownsville

    'We're doing great': Parents recall childbirth on I-97 in Crownsville
    Heather Mewshaw's contractions started Tuesday night. Some came close together, said the 35-year-old Glen Burnie woman. Others were further apart. By mid-morning Wednesday, Mewshaw and her husband, Doug, a 36-year-old commercial airline pilot, knew it...
  • At Annapolis conference, surgeon claims he will conduct first human head transplant

    At Annapolis conference, surgeon claims he will conduct first human head transplant
    Any way you slice it, it's a mind-boggling idea: transplanting a human head onto another body for the first time. Perhaps equally intriguing is the whispery online debate over whether Dr. Sergio Canavero's proposal is truly a pitch for a revolutionary...
  • Antibiotics for a child's ear infection: When you need them, when you don't

    Antibiotics for a child's ear infection: When you need them, when you don't
    Many children get ear infections, which are usually in the middle ear behind the eardrum. They may be caused by bacteria or by a virus. Doctors often treat bacterial infections with antibiotics, strong medicines that kill bacteria. But infants, some...
  • A couple with big hearts — and helping hands

    A couple with big hearts — and helping hands
    They have big hearts — and helping hands Paul Truntich, 78, had a 30-year career with Bell Atlantic, now Verizon Communications Inc. Before he retired at age 52, Paul was one of its public relations and advertising managers. He met his future...
  • Retiree finds unique way to be helpful at AAMC

    Retiree finds unique way to be helpful at AAMC
    David Bush, 65, had a long career with several computer companies as a software developer. When one employer, a national firm, closed its office in this area and laid Bush and his co-workers off, he went back to school. He earned a degree in nursing...