Toxins in Our Drinking Water: A New Report

Toxins in Our Drinking Water: A New Report

More than 6 million Americans–including some areas of Anne Arundel county–are drinking water laced with unsafe levels of toxins linked with cancer and other diseases, according to a report released August 9th. Researchers from Harvard School of Public...
The Chesapeake Bay Swimming Update

The Chesapeake Bay Swimming Update

  Swimming in the Chesapeake Bay? The safest areas in Anne Arundel county–and least safe areas–are something everyone should know before jumping in. Water quality & safety changes daily–depending on rainfall and other factors. Stay up to...
Rabies Found in Anne Arundel Cat

Rabies Found in Anne Arundel Cat

A cat in Anne Arundel tested positive for rabies. The cat, a grey and black tiger striped domestic shorthair tabby was near Hamlen Road in Glen Burnie and the AA Dept. of Health is looking for anyone who may have had contact with it. Get the basic facts about this...
Summertime Heat: Dehydration Risk

Summertime Heat: Dehydration Risk

Dehydration in the summertime heat is common and can be life-threatening. As summer activities ramp up around Annapolis, so does dehydration. Dr. Freedman of Evolve Medical reports they have already begun seeing people who have passed out due to dehydration. What are...
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