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Summer Stone Fruit Smoothie
Enjoy this refreshing summer smoothie recipe featuring bananas and fresh apricots. INGREDIENTS: 1/3 Cup - Diced Banana 2 - Fresh Apricots 1/2 tsp - Ground Cinnamon 1/8 tsp - Pure Vanilla Extract 2/3 Cup - Low Fat Vanilla Yogurt 1 Cup - Ice Cubes ...
The Art of Yoga - Forward Fold
Forward Fold is a traditional pose that helps to stretch the hamstrings (back of the legs), lower back, and releases tension from the upper back and neck. The traditional way to practice this pose is to stand, grounding both feet into the earth, and ...
The Art of Yoga - Downward Facing Dog
Downward Facing Dog is a traditional posture practiced in most, if not all, yoga classes. The theory of this posture is to create an “A” shape with your body; rooting the hands and feet into the ground, while shifting your hips up and ...
The Art of Yoga - Tree Pose
Tree pose is a traditional balancing pose that is one of the first poses people think of when it comes to yoga. It helps to strengthen your leg muscles and your core as it utilizes your stabilizing muscles in order to maintain balance. This pose was ...
The Art of Yoga - Pigeon Pose
To reap the amazing and vast benefits of yoga, you don’t have to twist yourself into a pretzel or stand on your head. The art of yoga is a practice, and it is truly what you make it. Allow yoga to essentially meet you where you are in life. ...
Roasted Chipotle Chicken with Peaches
Enjoy this flavorful recipe featuring peaches, Chipotle peppers, and fresh lime juice. INGREDIENTS: 6 oz - Thinly Sliced Peaches 1/4 Cup - Fresh Lime Juice 3 Tbsp - Minced Canned Chipotle Peppers 1/4 Cup - Chopped Cilantro 1/4 tsp - Kosher Salt 3 - ...
Tox Path Specialists Joins FMH Corporate Honor Roll
Featured from left to right: Robin Rose, Vice President & Chief Development Officer, Frederick Memorial Hospital; Dr. Mark T. Butt, President & Neuropathologist, Tox Path Specialists, LLC; Susan Holz Butt, Director of Operations, Tox Path ...
Cherry Sunrise Blend with Toasted Walnuts
Enjoy this protein-packed breakfast featuring dried cherries and walnuts. INGREDIENTS: Sunrise Blend with Quinoa Flakes - 8 oz Water - 2 cups Cinnamon Stick - 1/2 each Dried Cherries - 3 oz Soy Milk - 2 cups Strawberry Preserves - 1 Tbsp Walnut ...
FMH Receives Gold Wellness at Work Award
Seventeen Frederick employers were recognized at this year’s Wellness at Work Awards event held on July 14, 2016. Wellness at Work is a new awards program of the State of Maryland for employers committed to improving employee health and ...
Audio-Video Group, LLC Joins FMH Corporate Honor Roll
Featured from left to right: Tom Kleinhanzl, President & CEO, Frederick Regional Health System; John Pierce, Director of Operations, Audio-Video Group, LLC; Eric Johnson, President, Audio-Video Group, LLC; and Robin Rose, Vice President & ...
Building Bridges to Better Health
Bridges is an outreach program of Frederick Regional Health System that builds collaborative partnerships with Frederick County’s faith-based, cultural, social, senior, and service organizations. The goal is to provide these groups with current ...
Creating a Game Plan - Multidisciplinary Rounding
To help ensure that an individual’s care is well coordinated while a patient at Frederick Memorial Hospital, the hospital has started a process called “multidisciplinary rounding.” At a prescribed time, everyone involved in the care ...
Preventing Tragedy - Heatstroke Related Deaths
The school year has ended, vacation and summer camp plans are in full swing, and your normal routine is probably being thrown for a loop. That can only mean one thing; summer has officially arrived in Frederick County. Rising temperatures and more ...
Select Seconds Holds Their Most Popular Sale THIS Saturday!
The designer handbags currently on display at the Select Seconds thrift store in Downtown Frederick will be available for sale starting at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 23 rd. Over 60 designer handbags from popular brands like Dooney & Bourke, ...
Reducing Readmission Rates
Patients with heart failure need to do very specific things to keep their conditions under control. They also need to learn how to recognize particular signs and symptoms that indicate that a flare-up is imminent, and get attention as soon as ...
Breaking Down Barriers to Care: The Social Worker's Role
Regardless of how well they are managed, complex medical conditions such as congestive heart failure, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease occasionally flare up-- landing many in the hospital for intensive treatment. Once symptoms are ...
Bedside Shift Report: Providing Interactive Care
The U.S. healthcare system is grappling with big issues these days. Driven by a three-part goal defined as the “triple aim,” every American hospital is committed to improving the health of the population they serve, enhancing the patient ...
Ryann and Paul Musser’s daughter Quinn Marie was born on October 20, 2015 more than three months ahead of schedule. She weighed less than one pound, and measured just eight inches from the top of her head to the tips of her tiny little toes. ...
Frederick Regional Health System Named 2016 Most Wired
Most Wired Hospitals Use Technology for a Better Patient Experience Technology is improving the efficiency of care delivery and creating a new dynamic in patient interactions, according to results of the 18 th Annual Health Care’s Most ...