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64 Mercy Medical Center Physicians Named Among Region’s “TOP DOCTORS”…

October 21, 2021

A total of 64 Mercy Medical Center physicians were recognized in Baltimore magazine’s November 2021 “Top Doctors” issue, representing 48 separate specialties, ranging…

Source: Newswise

Leg Pain: Sciatica or Something Else?

October 21, 2021

“Sciatica can be very limiting, but certain vascular conditions can be life-threatening,” says Alain Tanbe, MD, a board-certified vascular surgeon at The Vascular Center at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland.

Source: Spine Universe

The Mother-Daughter Duo That Bullies Cancer With Humor

October 21, 2021

…as she then received a diagnosis of stage 3 and eventually stage 4 breast cancer when she went to Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore for a second…

Source: Cure

Medical Moment: Nutcracker Syndrome

October 20, 2021

Kristine was referred to vascular surgeon, Kurtis Kim. Dr. Kim diagnosed Kristine with Nutcracker Syndrome, a condition where abdominal arteries squeeze the vein leading to the kidneys.

Source: WNDU 16 News

I’m A Doctor and Warn You Never Take These Supplements

October 19, 2021

Kathryn Boling, M.D., a family medicine doctor with Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, doesn't automatically tell her patients to avoid…

Source: Eat This, Not That

What is Polyuria—and How Can Doctors Tell If You’re Peeing Too Much?

October 19, 2021

Polyuria is also more common in older adults, especially women, says Mark Ellerkmann, MD, director of the Urogynecology Center at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 18, 2021

Dr. Evelyn May from Mercy Medical Center discusses some of the advancements in treatment as well as the effect of the pandemic on…

Source: WBAL TV-11 News

‘We’re all worn down’: Catholic health care providers find spiritual strength at White Mass

October 18, 2021

Carol Thelen…a family nurse practitioner with a Mercy Medical Center location in Lutherville, said one of the biggest challenges during the pandemic was taking care of patients not sick enough to be hospitalized…

Source: Catholic Review

Insulin and Weight Gain: Doctors Break Down What You Need to Know, and if the Two Are Linked

October 17, 2021

It depends on what your health was like before you went on insulin, says Rachael Oxman, M.D., M.P.H., an endocrinologist at The Center for Endocrinology at Baltimore’s Mercy Medical Center. "When diabetes is severely uncontrolled,...


Bill Clinton is Hospitalized with Sepsis from a UTI: Here’s How That Can Happen

October 15, 2021

It's important to point out that sepsis is not a common complication of a UTI. "It's rare but it's serious," Blaine Kristo, MD, medical director of The Urology Specialists of Maryland, tells Health. "It is more common as people age, but it's still not common overall."


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