Chesapeake Swimming: Week of July 14th

Chesapeake Swimming: Week of July 14th

The Chesapeake swimming guide has been released for the week of July 14th. Although no beach closures are reported, there are a number of beaches with higher than average fecal material counts. The EPA acceptable level for fecal counts is 104, which is the level...
Coffee Drinkers Live Longer

Coffee Drinkers Live Longer

Coffee drinkers live longer — and over 3-4 cups per day was even better. That is the conclusion of two new, very large studies published this week. They found that those who drank three or more cups a day had an 18% lower risk of death for men. Women in the...
Yearly Pelvic Exams: Not Anymore!

Yearly Pelvic Exams: Not Anymore!

Yearly Pelvic Exams: Not Anymore! Are you still getting pelvic exams every year? If you dread the indignity and discomfort of pelvic exams, there may be some good news for you. Recommendations have changed recently. Read this to find out how often you should get...
Bay Swimming This Week: Latest Bacteria Report

Bay Swimming This Week: Latest Bacteria Report

Chesapeake Bay Safe Swimming Update Bay Swimming update for the week of June 23, 2017. Chesapeake beaches in Annapolis and surrounding areas which have tested high for fecal material but remain open this weekend are listed.  Full article below has additional...
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