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04/04/2014

Creating Community in the Footsteps of the Babe

The Maryland Sustainable Growth Commission recently recognized a partnership in Southwest Baltimore...

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03/10/2014

African Americans at greater risk for chronic wounds

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), African Americans are more than twice as likely...

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02/09/2014

City churches recruited to raise awareness about heart disease

When Dr. Frank M. Reid III, senior pastor at Bethel AME Church, said "bless your heart" to his...

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02/09/2014

Doctors & Churches Team Up To Fight Heart Disease In Women

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Every minute in this country, one woman dies because of heart disease. It is...

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02/07/2014

St. Agnes Hospital’s Red Dress Sunday is February 9

BALTIMORE — Ten years ago, St. Agnes Hospital created Red Dress Sunday, an innovative,...

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01/05/2014

Renovated St. Agnes Hospital chapel sparkles

The newly renovated hospital's chapel will be renamed in honor of Cardinal William H. Keeler,...

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11/06/2013

Saint Agnes Hospital’s 10th Annual Red Dress Sunday Program Kicks Off with Educational Women’s Heart

For the 10th consecutive year, Saint Agnes Hospital is raising awareness about the prevalence and...

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10/01/2013

Breast Link program aims to raise awareness at Baltimore City football games

The Susan G. Komen-funded Breast Link program at St. Agnes Hospital is raising awareness about...

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07/26/2013

Labor and delivery nurse offers advice for all new moms, royal or not

As the world watched the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge become new parents, Hyacinth Todd, a labor...

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06/05/2013

St. Agnes Hospital opens natural family planning-based OB-GYN care

CATONSVILLE – Children played in a corner of the reception area at St. Agnes Hospital’s new...

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06/03/2013

What YOU Can Do to Tackle Our Nation’s Leading Killer of Women

Why do women need to be aware of the threat of heart disease and get “heart smart” at an early...

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03/01/2013

Saint Agnes Hospital Seeks to Get to The Heart of the Problem

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women across Baltimore City, and...

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02/21/2013

Saint Agnes to use grant to target African-American women with heart disease

Saint Agnes Hospital will work with local churches to screen for heart disease, using a $244,455...

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02/21/2013

Saint Agnes turns to churches to help Baltimore residents with health issues

Saint Agnes Hospital is tapping into neighborhood institutions, like churches, to get access to...

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02/21/2013

Georgia Chapman’s Story is Straight From the Heart

There was a time when Georgia Chapman says that if she was passing on from this world, and had the...

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02/21/2013

Meet Shannon Winakur, M.D.

Five provocative questions answered by an inspiring and fabulous woman – a woman with something...

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02/19/2013

Saint Agnes Hospital wins grant to fight heart disease in SW Baltimore

Saint Agnes Hospital plans to announce on Thursday a $244,500 grant from AstraZeneca HealthCare...

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02/15/2013

Mother Of Olympic Champion Michael Phelps Joins Battle Against Heart Disease

For a mother of three active adult athletes, this doctor’s visit is some “me” time for Debbie...

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02/13/2013

Baltimore Churches Celebrate 9th Annual Red Dress Sunday

On Sunday, February 10, 2013, more than 130 churches across the Baltimore area celebrated the 9th...

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02/12/2013

Critical Care Collaboration: One hospital’s successes caring for patients in critical care

The oldest Catholic hospital in Baltimore, Saint Agnes Hospital was founded 150 years ago by the...

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