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Update: AAMC Medical Park Campus No Longer On Modified Lockdown

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Morgan Harris, MD Joins AAMG Neurology Specialists

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Treating Disruptive Behavior In People With Dementia: Antipsychotic drugs are usually not the best choice
With the holiday season upon us, it is a special time of year to get together with family. For those with aging parents with dementia, it can mean extra holiday stress. Learn more.

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The “Hip” Hip Replacement: Anterior Total Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement is one of the most successful and reproducible surgeries for relieving pain and increasing function if you suffer from osteoarthritis in your hip.  Traditionally, hip replacements were performed through two approaches–posterior or anterolateral—but the anterior method is gaining popularity as the “hip” hip replacement. When you have[...]

Transplanting Your Own Cartilage to Heal a Knee Injury. Is It Right for You?

Picture your cartilage as a cushion covering all of our joints. In the knee, this cushion is a little less than a quarter inch thick and covers the entire knee joint surface. If your knee cartilage is injured, a painful divot or crater can appear on the surface. In people[...]

Bike like a girl: Working moms push the limits

“When did doing something ‘like a girl’ become an insult?”  That is the question Always feminine products asked us this year during their Super Bowl commercial. Anne Arundel Medical Center nurses Kristin Seibert and Andréa Williams started asking this question last summer when they decided to train for Race[...]

Will Younkin Brings Employees Together at Work and On the Sports Field

During his time in the Army, Will Younkin, a biomedical engineer at AAMC, enjoyed with his fellow soldiers what he calls “esprit de corps.” “It’s a phrase that means unity, brotherhood,” he says. Will applies this same concept to his teammates at AAMC. “We depend on each other at the[...]

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