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Welcome to the LifeBridge Health Blog. Here, you’ll find engaging articles on trending health topics, inspirational patient experiences, and the latest happenings at our hospitals and affiliated care facilities.

We have many wellness tips and great stories from around our surrounding communities to share. We post new blogs frequently, so check back often. You can get additional updates by subscribing to LifeLines, LifeBridge Health’s official email newsletter.


Recent Blog Posts



"Sepsis Day" at Sinai Hospital’s Emergency Department – Posted Date: 1/25/2019 9:44:06 PM



Sepsis is caused when someone’s bloodstream becomes inflamed while his or her body is trying to fight off an infection.






10 LifeBridge Health Nurses Named Among Baltimore Magazine’s 2018 “Excellence in Nursing” Honorees – Posted Date: 3/20/2018 2:45:11 PM

Ten LifeBridge Health nurses are among 50 nurses in the Greater Baltimore region being honored by Baltimore magazine for their extraordinary contributions to health care.


Cardiovascular Institute Program Coordinator Makes Presentation at World Congress on Acute Heart Failure – Posted Date: 6/5/2017 6:45:25 PM




Dr. Jasmine Demos, DNP, CRNP, clinical program coordinator of the Heart Failure Center at the LifeBridge Health Cardiovascular Institute, recently presented findings from research for her doctoral abstract at the fourth annual World Congress on Acute Heart Failure in Paris. Her presentation examined the link between oral disease and poor cardiovascular health.







Carroll Hospital Recognized as an American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksite – Posted Date: 1/27/2017 8:16:17 PM


For the eighth consecutive year, Carroll Hospital has been recognized as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association for helping employees eat better and move more. The Fit-Friendly Worksites program is a catalyst for positive change in the American workforce by helping worksites make their employees’ health and well-being a priority.




Levindale Auxiliary Members Go Above and Beyond—Again – Posted Date: 3/16/2018 1:24:11 PM



The members of the Levindale Auxiliary has been a truly integral part of Levindale since 1899. They tirelessly give of their time and talents to make sure that the men and women who call Levindale home can enjoy a fulfilling, meaningful stay.




LifeBridge Health Emerging Leaders Program Graduates Class of 2017 – Posted Date: 7/14/2017 4:42:30 PM




The Emerging Leaders Program prepares employees for professional growth, helping them gain valuable training, business and networking opportunities.







LifeBridge Health, Express Care Award More Than $60,000 in College Scholarships – Posted Date: 7/21/2017 3:46:14 PM


More than 20 high school seniors from across Maryland were recently awarded college scholarships after winning an essay contest with the theme “How I Will Use My Education to Give Back to My Community.”





Nine Named First Annual Care Bravely Awards Honorees – Posted Date: 7/25/2019 8:49:37 PM



LifeBridge Health recently presented its first annual CARE BRAVELY Awards





Seven LifeBridge Health Nurses Named Among Baltimore Magazine’s 2017 “Excellence in Nursing” Honorees – Posted Date: 3/3/2017 1:59:08 PM



Hundreds of nominations were submitted for the third annual Top Nurses survey.

The winners will be honored at a special dinner and in an edition of Baltimore Magazine this spring.




Under Construction: Levindale Raises the Bar with Expansion – Posted Date: 3/7/2018 8:32:47 PM


A number of renovation projects at Levindale are planned for the next couple of years to offer more services, make better use of existing space, and create a more home-like experience benefiting residents, patients and their family members, and staff.




Brain & Spine Institute Performs Deep Brain Stimulation – Posted Date: 8/3/2017 5:13:33 PM




The neurosurgery department at The Sandra and Malcolm Berman Brain & Spine Institute recently achieved a major milestone with the successful performance of the first deep brain stimulation (DBS) procedure at Sinai Hospital.








The Krieger Eye Institute Celebrates 25 Years – Posted Date: 4/4/2017 1:49:50 PM

The staff members of The Krieger Eye Institute (KEI) are coming together to celebrate the Institute's 25th anniversary with an Eye Health Week event at the end of April. Officially, opening in 1991, the KEI has become a leader in eye care, offering patients expert service at Sinai and Northwest hospitals and the LifeBridge Pavilion at Quarry Lake.


A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — August 2017 – Posted Date: 8/1/2017 3:57:55 PM

Aug. 9 is International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples. In 1982, this date was chosen to commemorate the first meeting of the United Nations Working Group of Indigenous Populations. The commemoration offers an opportunity for all of us to recognize the 370 million indigenous people living in 90 countries around the world for their unique cultures, achievements and the challenges they have faced.

A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — February 2018 – Posted Date: 1/30/2018 8:26:55 PM



As members of the LifeBridge Health community, dedicated to ensuring everyone is treated with compassion, respect and dignity, National Random Acts of Kindness Day should resonate with us all.




A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — July 2017 – Posted Date: 7/3/2017 5:08:58 PM

On July 4, Independence Day, we commemorate the formal adoption of the Declaration of Independence, which states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”


A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — March 2018 – Posted Date: 2/27/2018 4:18:38 PM



Many people will be wearing green on March 17 for St. Patrick's Day (or the Feast of Saint Patrick). The day coincides with March also being Irish-American Heritage Month.





A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — September 2017 – Posted Date: 9/7/2017 5:05:36 PM

The anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks falls on a Monday this year. Please join us at Sinai, Northwest and Carroll hospitals and at Levindale on that day for a short prayer service and moment of silence. (More details to follow in the AllUsers).

A Diversity Message from Neil Meltzer—November 2017 – Posted Date: 11/6/2017 7:56:37 PM

At LifeBridge Health we celebrate both what makes us diverse and unique, and what makes us the same — our shared purpose of caring for our communities together. This month, we highlight another group of diverse celebrations, events and remembrances.


A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer—October 2017 – Posted Date: 10/9/2017 12:59:31 PM

At LifeBridge Health we celebrate both what makes us diverse and unique, and what makes us the same — our shared purpose of caring for the community together. This month, we highlight another group of diverse celebrations, events and remembrances.



A New Era, a New Outlook and a New Direction for the Sinai Hospital Auxiliary – Posted Date: 8/11/2017 5:48:29 PM

A major announcement about the future of the Sinai Hospital Auxiliary was made at the organization’s annual meeting and brunch in late May at the hospital. On the menu…a celebration of the Auxiliary’s storied past, exciting new ideas for the present and future, and of course delicious food!



Distracted Driving Awareness Month—No Cellphones While Driving – Posted Date: 4/3/2018 2:37:34 PM


In honor of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and LifeBridge Health are urging all drivers to keep their eyes on the road, hands on the wheel and mind on driving.





DOVE's Adopt-A-Family Program Spreads Holiday Cheer to Families in Need – Posted Date: 1/12/2017 8:00:21 PM


DOVE established Adopt-A-Family to make the holidays more cheerful for these families who are trying earnestly to create a stable home, but don’t have the money to purchase gifts.

This past year’s efforts were a great success. By Dec. 19, 2016, our offices were swamped with well over 400 donated gifts for our clients.




From Surviving to Thriving: How Levindale’s Partial Hospitalization Program is Helping Older Adults in our Community – Posted Date: 7/26/2019 5:06:11 PM



The Partial Hospitalization Program at Levindale is for individuals 60 or older who are experiencing a mental health challenge.





From the desk of Neil Meltzer - Holiday Message 2017 – Posted Date: 12/18/2017 3:55:13 PM



The holidays often offer the opportunity to reflect on our blessings and show appreciation to the people in our lives, including our colleagues and friends at LifeBridge Health.







Hope for Henry Celebrates its One Year Anniversary at Sinai Hospital by Putting Smiles on the Faces of Young Patients – Posted Date: 8/11/2017 5:30:31 PM

The Lenny “Batman” Robinson Hope for Henry Foundation has completed one amazing year at the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai! This inspiring program gives children living with cancer and other serious illnesses support, entertainment and ultimately happiness. Hope for Henry Foundation was created in memory of Henry Strongin Goldberg who died in 2002 of complications following a bone marrow transplant at the age of seven; however, Henry’s spirit has undeniably lived on through this program by putting smiles on children’s faces every day.

LifeBridge Health Celebrates Community Health Workers – Posted Date: 8/11/2017 5:40:25 PM

On a busy afternoon at Northwest Hospital, Erica Dudash, R.N., a case manager at Carroll Hospital and member of LifeBridge Health’s Emerging Leader Program (ELP), stood at a table piled high with literature, candy and a colorful spinning wheel. As part of LifeBridge Health’s first Community Health Worker Appreciation Week, she provided information with a dash of fun to all passersby who stopped to ask questions or show off their knowledge of what community health workers (CHW’s) do.

LifeBridge Health Hosting Blood Donation Drives – Posted Date: 2/1/2017 5:14:17 PM


LifeBridge Health's February blood drives are underway.

The need for blood is constant, but there is currently a huge need because of a severe winter blood shortage.

Each whole blood donation can save up to three lives.



LifeBridge Health Leadership Academy at Towson University – Posted Date: 5/5/2017 3:06:48 PM




This exciting new program is geared toward improving leadership skills as they relate to engagement, retention and the development of teams.





LifeBridge Health Veterans Council Embraces Servicemen and Women – Posted Date: 10/27/2017 7:22:58 PM



The goal of the veterans council is to celebrate and empower veterans employed by LifeBridge Health through appreciation events, as well as recruit new veterans to the organization.






LifeBridge Health/American Heart Association Partnership Seeks to Bring Healthy Eating Lessons to Communities – Posted Date: 9/20/2017 8:13:59 PM



A new focus of the longstanding partnership between LifeBridge Health (LBH) and the American Heart Association (AHA) is teaching LBH staff easy-to-learn healthy cooking methods they can impart to their patients and clients, as well as community members and even their own families.






Race for Our Kids 2017—Meet Ariella – Posted Date: 8/16/2017 7:25:15 PM


Among those participating in the 13th annual Race for Our Kids will be young patients and families who have become close with staff at Sinai Hospital and benefited greatly from the care they've received.

Meet Ariella Stein, who turned to Sinai for treatment after being diagnosed with a rare cancerous tumor.





Race for Our Kids 2017—Meet Deshawna – Posted Date: 8/21/2017 3:29:16 PM



A loving family and amazing staff at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore make up an incredible support system that's been helping 16-year-old Deshawna Bryant cope with a form of sickle cell disease since her infancy.

Read more about the challenges Deshawna has overcome and what she's most looking forward to at the upcoming Race for Our Kids event.





Race for Our Kids 2017—Meet Eva – Posted Date: 8/28/2017 6:29:51 PM



Ten-year-old Eva Grem has been a patient at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore since being diagnosed with diabetes at age 4. She feels lucky to have such caring doctors and nurses who help make her life as normal as possible.








Race for Our Kids 2017—Meet Isaiah – Posted Date: 8/30/2017 12:57:38 PM



Meet 15-year-old Isaiah Scott, whom the care team at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore helped get through not one, but two health scares.








Race for Our Kids 2017—Meet Miniya – Posted Date: 9/8/2017 7:55:17 PM



The staff at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore has been instrumental in helping Miniya Tate and her family get through some tough ordeals over the years, most notably Miniya's recent bout of meningitis. 







Race For Our Kids 2018—Meet Brandon "BJ" Britt – Posted Date: 8/31/2018 4:24:49 PM



If you meet smiling, energetic, 2-year-old Brandon “BJ” Britt, a frequent patient at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, you would never guess he suffers from a rare bleeding disorder.







Race For Our Kids 2018—Meet Deyonna Williams – Posted Date: 9/5/2018 8:22:54 PM



Twelve-year-old Deyonna Williams was a very healthy child prior to her sudden Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosis in September 2017.







Race For Our Kids 2018—Meet Kennedy Hare – Posted Date: 9/4/2018 4:31:31 PM



“Miracle” is what Abigail and Jason Hare call their adorable, spunky 3-year-old daughter, Kennedy, who spent the first 82 days of her life at Sinai Hospital.






Race For Our Kids 2018—Meet Nathan Fisher – Posted Date: 9/6/2018 6:50:14 PM



What was originally thought to be a kidney stone turned out to be a rare kidney cancer for 5-year-old Nathan Fisher.






Race For Our Kids 2018—Meet Walea Collins – Posted Date: 9/6/2018 7:42:41 PM



Thanks to the great care she received at Sinai Hospital, 8-year-old Walea Collins is well on her way to a full recovery from a serious fainting spell she suffered earlier this summer. She and her family are looking forward to participating in the 14th annual Race For Our Kids.





Race for Our Kids 2019—Meet Aamani Pinder – Posted Date: 9/25/2019 7:54:06 PM




Twelve-year-old Aamani Pinder’s life changed forever on Jan. 15, 2019.







Race for Our Kids 2019—Meet Amaris and Jacob Maria – Posted Date: 9/27/2019 7:57:24 PM


Twins Amaris and Jacob were born prematurely, delivered via emergency C-section.





Race for Our Kids 2019—Meet Elizabeth Gardner – Posted Date: 9/26/2019 1:31:30 PM




Elizabeth was born without a radius bone in each forearm, a rare condition known as thrombocytopenia with absent radius (TAR) syndrome.







Race for Our Kids 2019—Meet Lily King – Posted Date: 9/26/2019 6:39:29 PM



Lily  turned to the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai to find out what was causing her severe nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.






Race for Our Kids 2019—Meet Maui Vance – Posted Date: 9/27/2019 1:24:52 PM




Born at Sinai Hospital, Maui has been coming to the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital since she was an infant.






Race for Our Kids 2019—Meet Rivka Yifrah – Posted Date: 9/27/2019 3:55:28 PM




Ten-year-old Rivka Yifrah has been something of a medical mystery to doctors since her infancy.






Samuelson Art Therapist Comes Full Circle with Tracy's Kids Program – Posted Date: 4/27/2017 2:43:57 PM




Danielle Eichner, pediatric art therapist at The Herman & Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai, knows firsthand the uplifting effect art can have on young cancer patients and their families. She discusses the importance of Samuelson’s new art therapy program, Tracy’s Kids, and how it helped her and her family get through a difficult period in their lives.





Send a Valentine's Day Card to Kids at the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai – Posted Date: 1/30/2017 8:29:55 PM



Want to be a real sweetheart to the youngsters at the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital? Send them a valentine!

Join our nurses, doctors, child-life specialists and volunteers as they celebrate with their pediatric patients during Valentine's week.




"Look Good ... Feel Better" Workshop Helps Women with Cancer Combat Appearance-Related Effects of Treatment – Posted Date: 1/26/2017 7:58:02 PM


The appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment can take a huge emotional toll on women.

A free support program being offered at LifeBridge Health hospitals seeks to help them feel better about themselves through beauty techniques.




10 tips for keeping the stress down – Posted Date: 2/28/2019 7:37:06 PM



High stress really can interfere with your healthy eating and workout routines.





3 Ways Massage Therapy Can Improve Your Workout – Posted Date: 6/27/2017 7:40:12 PM

Massage has a host of beneficial effects, from relaxation to post-injury therapy. But can massages really improve your workout? LifeBridge Health & Fitness' massage therapy experts give their top three ways a massage can help supercharge your workout!

5K Tips and Tricks – Posted Date: 8/29/2018 7:33:53 PM



The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics’ running program offers important 5K preparation tips for your next race.





Allergic Rhinitis – Posted Date: 5/24/2017 2:35:19 PM



Allergic rhinitis, or seasonal allergies, is an especially common chronic nasal problem triggered by inhalants like pollen, dust and molds. Dr. Abhishek Ramadhin, of the Sinai Hospital Division of Otolaryngology, explains its symptoms, and how he and his colleagues treat the condition.





Annual Dilated Eye Exams Key in Preventing Diabetic Eye Disease – Posted Date: 10/30/2017 4:04:25 PM



The longer you have diabetes, the greater your likelihood of developing vision problems increases. An annual dilated eye exam can help your doctor identify problems before vision loss occurs.






Aphasia: A Disruption in Communication – Posted Date: 6/20/2018 8:43:56 PM



Stroke isn't the only cause of aphasia, an acquired disorder that impairs one's ability to speak and understand what others are saying.





Arthritis and exercise: Why it helps to be more physically active – Posted Date: 5/17/2019 3:34:09 PM


Though even low-impact exercise can help reduce pain from arthritis, many adults with arthritis and severe joint pain are physically inactive.





Brain Injuries – Posted Date: 4/25/2017 4:49:38 PM

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a broad term that is used when the brain is damaged by an external, physical force. TBI is one of the most common causes of disability and death in adults. Brain damage can be focal (in one area of the brain), or diffuse (more than one area). In severity, a TBI can range from as minor as a concussion to as severe as a coma or even death


Can thyroid problems affect your unborn baby? – Posted Date: 3/22/2019 1:14:08 PM



Thyroid problems, like any health scare encountered during a pregnancy, can be unsettling for expectant parents—especially when a lump is found.





Caregiver burnout: Ways you can avoid it – Posted Date: 7/26/2019 8:23:53 PM



A number of things can contribute to physical, mental and emotional exhaustion over time from caregiving.






Challenging Conversations: How to Approach a Loved One About Dementia – Posted Date: 4/25/2017 6:17:07 PM


Having to approach a loved one about dementia when the warning signs are there is difficult, but necessary. You must be tactful when breaking the ice; this is a time when your loved one needs your most sincere, gentle show of compassion and support. We offer tips on how to make these conversations easier, and explain how LifeBridge Health can help.




Choosing Protective Sports Eyewear for Kids – Posted Date: 7/9/2018 7:08:31 PM



Sports-related eye injuries are quite common, particularly among kids. But the number of children wearing eye protection remains low.





Chronic Sinusitis – Posted Date: 6/8/2017 7:39:05 PM




Chronic sinusitis is very common in the United States, but its cause and symptoms vary from person to person. Dr. Abhishek Ramadhin of the Sinai Hospital Division of Otolaryngology explains the symptoms of chronic sinusitis and the different methods of treatment.






Couch to 5K: The ideal run training plan for new or occasional runners – Posted Date: 8/1/2019 1:32:14 PM


You should start training for a 5K weeks (not days) in advance, and your preparation shouldn’t only entail walking or running long distances to build your endurance.





Creating a Healthy Workday – Posted Date: 7/13/2017 2:46:39 PM




Dr. Miriam Alexander, LifeBridge Health’s medical director for employee health and wellness, offers wellness tips for how to create a healthy work day.








Diabetes food myths: Is fresh fruit healthier than canned or frozen fruits? – Posted Date: 11/6/2019 8:08:17 PM


Is fresh fruit more nutritious than canned or frozen fruits? Is brown sugar better for you than white sugar?




Diabetes food myths: Is sea salt healthier than table salt? – Posted Date: 11/6/2019 6:29:48 PM



Is sea salt healthier than table salt? Does late-night snacking really cause you to weight gain?





Dietitians and Nutritionists: Your Healthy Eating Experts – Posted Date: 3/6/2018 8:13:21 PM


It can be frustrating and confusing when you are trying to understand what the best approach is to eating healthy and minimizing the risk of disease development. A registered dietitian/nutritionist is a great source of reliable health information.




Dispelling myths about diabetes and dieting: Are sugar-free foods best? – Posted Date: 7/10/2018 4:39:42 PM



Be aware of how many carbohydrates are in your guilty-pleasure foods and adjust your meals to accommodate them.





Dispelling myths about diabetes and dieting: Is what you eat more important than how much you eat? – Posted Date: 7/10/2018 2:02:09 PM



Part of managing your diabetes is making conscious, healthful food choices. You don’t have to completely deprive yourself of scrumptious meals and snacks - balance is the key.





Dispelling Myths about Inherited Cancer and Genetic Testing – Posted Date: 3/30/2018 3:38:05 PM


A family history of cancer is certainly a common, uncontrollable risk factor. But most cancers aren’t inherited.

Monique Lubaton, cancer genetic counselor at the Alvin & Lois Lapidus Cancer Institute, helps debunk myths about inherited cancers and genetic testing.





Family safety tips for the holidays – Posted Date: 11/28/2018 8:54:36 PM



Certain environmental factors and toys gifted to children during the holiday season could pose health risks.





Feeling Stressed? Give Meditation a Try – Posted Date: 4/7/2017 8:01:45 PM



Meditation may reduce stress and help with conditions such as high blood pressure and sleep disorders. LifeBridge Health explores additional benefits of meditation and proper techniques.






Five Tips for Early Breastfeeding Success – Posted Date: 8/1/2018 6:24:30 PM



Getting off to a good start is key to successful long-term breastfeeding.






Flu Shot Highly Recommended for People with Heart Disease – Posted Date: 1/17/2017 8:16:50 PM



Anyone can get the flu. But people with heart disease are at high risk for serious flu-related complications.

Flu vaccination is associated with lower rates of cardiac events.





Foods for healthy aging – Posted Date: 12/19/2018 5:18:53 PM



There are certain foods that are better for you as you age.






Functional abdominal pain in children – Posted Date: 1/29/2019 7:02:20 PM



Does your child complain of stomachaches a lot? It may be functional abdominal pain.






Get your rest: Why interrupted sleep affects more than your alertness – Posted Date: 5/28/2019 5:42:32 PM


Sleepiness throughout the day isn’t the only possible consequence of little sleep. Other problems may include those that affect your immune system, thought process and cardiovascular health.



Gratitude is Good for Your Health – Posted Date: 10/12/2018 4:42:10 PM



Some studies suggest that people who practice gratitude appear to be more hopeful, pleased with their lives and connected to others.






Healthy Eating Key for Age-related Macular Degeneration Prevention – Posted Date: 3/2/2018 3:52:59 PM



A big risk factor for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a poor diet. Foods high in antioxidants are key for good eye health.





Healthy, Cost-Effective Tips for Packing School Lunches – Posted Date: 10/2/2018 5:34:13 PM



A successfully packed school lunch should be cost-effective, packed efficiently and, above all, nutritious.




Heart Disease Affects Women, Too – Posted Date: 2/10/2017 6:19:08 PM


Heart disease isn't just a "man's disease." It is the leading cause of death for women as well as men. Women also have unique symptoms that are seldom recognized as indicators of heart trouble. Lowering your risk for heart disease starts with committing to a healthier lifestyle.




Holiday travel checklist: What to do before, during and after your trip to stay healthy and safe – Posted Date: 12/9/2019 5:07:23 PM


Even while you’re away on vacation, your health and that of your family is top priority.




How Sleep Apnea Can Affect Your Diabetes Risk – Posted Date: 5/22/2017 7:55:42 PM




Did you know that sleep apnea can increase your diabetes risk? Pamela Xenakis, a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator at Carroll Hospital, and Dr. Amit Narula, medical director of Carroll’s Sleep Disorders Center, explain the correlation between these serious conditions.







How to best handle kids' fall allergies – Posted Date: 10/4/2019 1:46:20 PM


Children should continue to use prescribed allergy medicine when the autumn leaves start falling.



How to eat a healthier Thanksgiving meal – Posted Date: 10/29/2018 1:53:03 PM



Healthy up traditional Thanksgiving dishes by adding portions of fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans and herbs.




How to really approach eating before and on Thanksgiving – Posted Date: 11/15/2018 8:57:55 PM



The strict-diet, borderline-starvation approach before the big day doesn’t work, LifeBridge Health dietitians say.




How will your child adjust to daylight saving time? – Posted Date: 2/22/2019 8:48:49 PM




Very few children who have to wake up for an early school bus get enough sleep.






Innovative Procedure Provides Relief for Chronic Pain Sufferers – Posted Date: 12/8/2016 4:57:27 PM

If you suffer from chronic neuropathic pain, every day may feel like a battle. Whether you are fighting to stay awake, to find sleep or to find a moment of comfort, chronic pain wears you down. Fortunately, LifeBridge Health’s Center for Pain Treatment and Regenerative Medicine can help.



Keys to intra-workout nutrition – Posted Date: 12/19/2018 8:18:50 PM



Intra-workout nutrition isn't just about what you eat during a workout.






LifeBridge Health Center for Pain Treatment and Regenerative Medicine – Posted Date: 12/8/2016 4:59:37 PM

Everyone experiences pain in his or her own way. Working with physical and occupational therapists, health psychologists and other health care professionals, physicians at the Center for Pain Treatment and Regenerative Medicine create individualized treatment plans for the patients whom they serve.



Living with Chronic Nerve Pain – Posted Date: 12/7/2016 7:20:38 PM

“My pain was the first thing on my mind every day. Eventually, it was the only thing on my mind,” says Jill Boutin, R.N., of Harrisburg, Pa., who has struggled with chronic neuropathic pain for four years. People living with chronic neuropathic pain suffer relentless burning, stabbing, shooting and aching, and must put forth an extraordinary amount of effort to get through each day.






Lymphedema: Why it's important to seek treatment right away – Posted Date: 10/22/2018 7:54:13 PM



If left untreated, lymphedema can lead to decreased mobility, chronic infections and other complications.




Make a Game Plan for Smart Eating and Drinking at Super Bowl Parties – Posted Date: 2/1/2018 10:55:47 PM



Dietitians at LifeBridge Health offer suggestions for eating and drinking properly as you enjoy Super Bowl festivities.





Make your Kidney Health a Priority – Posted Date: 3/13/2017 1:58:44 PM



Managing your child's asthma in the fall: What parents should know – Posted Date: 10/2/2019 3:49:21 PM


Allergies and other environmental factors can make asthma harder to manage in the fall, particularly for kids.




New 3D Technology Giving RIAO Physicians Greater Insight into Foot Ailments – Posted Date: 11/2/2017 4:02:16 PM



A new outpatient rehabilitation program at the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics is enhancing orthotic care with new pressure-sensing 3D technology that can help physicians more precisely pinpoint the cause of—and better treat—foot-related ailments.






New CenteringPregnancy Program at Sinai Promotes Healthy Pregnancies, Bonding Between Expectant Mothers – Posted Date: 11/10/2017 3:17:46 PM


CenteringPregnancy group care at Sinai educates expectant mothers on maintaining a healthy pregnancy and newborn care in a comfortable, welcoming setting where they can take an active role in their care and meet other expectant moms who are due around the same time.







Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in children – Posted Date: 1/29/2019 5:35:42 PM



Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is the leading cause of chronic liver disease in children.






Otolaryngologists' Role in Diagnosing and Treating GERD – Posted Date: 5/23/2017 3:14:47 PM




Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) is commonly associated with heartburn and regurgitation of acid, but it can also cause swallowing and voice problems. Dr. Hassen Mohammed, of the Sinai Hospital Division of Otolaryngology, explains how GERD is diagnosed and treated.






Overexposure to Blue Light Can Cause More than Eye Strain – Posted Date: 3/13/2017 5:54:50 PM


While many Americans are aware that overuse of digital devices can negatively affect vision, the average person still spends many hours daily on screens.

Eye strain is only one potential complication of overexposure to high-energy blue light. We explore ways people can protect their eyes and monitor digital screen usage while at home or work.




PCOS Tricky to Diagnose in Adolescents – Posted Date: 7/21/2017 8:15:26 PM




Symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a very common cause of infertility and other health problems in women, overlap with characteristics of normal puberty, adding to the challenge of making an accurate diagnosis in adolescents.








PCOS: Why misconceptions about weight can delay diagnosis in women for years – Posted Date: 6/28/2019 6:15:05 PM


Problems with weight are among the main factors associated with PCOS, a common hormonal issue in women of childbearing age.




Pink Eye? It Could Be Uveitis – Posted Date: 2/28/2017 9:23:35 PM


Uveitis is an inflammatory eye condition that can cause swelling and tissue damage and could lead to vision loss. What may appear to be a simple case of conjunctivitis, or “pink eye,” could be more serious.

Uveitis is one of many conditions treated at The Krieger Eye Institute at LifeBridge Health.




Prevalence of Colorectal Cancer Rising Among Millennials – Posted Date: 3/9/2017 9:19:53 PM


Colorectal cancer is most often found in people aged 50 and older. But recent medical studies have found there's been an increase in new cases among people much younger.

Experts aren't exactly sure why, but some think poor nutrition and lack of exercise are possible reasons.




Reading Food Labels – Posted Date: 10/2/2018 7:02:10 PM



Taking the time to truly understand what you are putting into your body is well worth it.






Regenerative Medicine Heals Instead of Masking Symptoms – Posted Date: 12/8/2016 4:56:23 PM

Whether you suffer from acute injuries or chronic pain, LifeBridge Health’s Center for Pain Treatment and Regenerative Medicine can help. The center features a wide array of pain management and regenerative medicine procedures, including: platelet rich plasma injections (PRP), adult stem cell therapy, prolotherapy and pulsed radio frequency neuromodulation (PRF).



Regenerative Medicine Stops Pain at its Source – Posted Date: 12/8/2016 5:00:27 PM

The only way that Timothy Ward could tie his shoe was to stand in front of a chair, place both hands around his thigh and use his arms to lift his leg to the seat. With his shoe propped in the seat of the chair, Ward, a Baltimore City resident, would bend down as much as possible, stretch out his arms and, with his shoe barely within reach, tie the laces.



Resetting Your Child's Sleep Routine for the New School Year – Posted Date: 8/29/2018 1:22:00 PM



What is the ideal sleep schedule for students? It depends on how old the child is.





RIAO Hip Surgery Improves Man's 'Pirate Walk' – Posted Date: 9/18/2018 5:40:39 PM



Cliff Long's chance encounter with a physician from the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics led to a life-changing procedure.





Signs Your Baby is Getting Enough Milk from Breastfeeding – Posted Date: 8/2/2018 1:25:27 PM



Not sure if your baby is getting enough milk from breastfeeding? Look for five key signs.





Signs Your Child May Need Glasses – Posted Date: 8/2/2018 2:23:57 PM



There are signs that may indicate vision problems, but parents should be proactive in having children properly examined.




Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: How Parents Can Reduce Their Child's Risk – Posted Date: 12/11/2017 4:19:56 PM


Dr. Gaurav Kumar, of LifeBridge Health Pediatrics, says laying babies flat on their backs in a safety-approved crib or bassinet is key for reducing the risk of sudden unexplained infant death (SUID).





Strength and Balance Exercises Can Help with Fall Prevention – Posted Date: 4/26/2017 6:44:14 PM




Falls are the leading cause of injuries and deaths from injury among older Americans. Though common, falling is very much preventable.

LifeBridge Health explains the risk factors for falls and how you can avoid them.








Stress from work, home can harm women’s hearts. Here’s what to do. – Posted Date: 5/9/2019 7:58:37 PM


If women expect to continue to take care of their loved ones, they must first take care of themselves.



Stuffy And Runny Nose? It May Not Be Your Allergies – Posted Date: 6/27/2017 3:31:49 PM




They have similar symptoms, but there are distinct differences between allergic rhinitis (allergies) and what’s called vasomotor (non-allergic) rhinitis.







Summer danger: What you can do to prevent your small child or teen from drowning – Posted Date: 6/27/2019 5:30:11 PM



If you have a child with autism, epilepsy or heart arrhythmias, they require extra supervision around pools and other bodies of water.




Tech or traditional toys: Which are best for your children? – Posted Date: 5/1/2019 5:27:30 PM



Some skills are best learned through play with old-fashioned toys.





Tips For Your Teen's First OB/GYN Visit – Posted Date: 5/15/2017 7:31:05 PM

The first trip to the obstetrician-gynecologist (OB/GYN) can be scary for teens (and sometimes even for her parents).

To make the first visit easier for your daughter, follow these tips from Dr. Julie Jacobstein, a board-certified adolescent gynecologist with LifeBridge Health.



Too Much Sun Increases Risk Of Melanoma – Posted Date: 6/28/2017 8:01:43 PM



Summer is a time to sport shorts, tees and tanks; play outside or hit the beach. There’s lots of fun to be had in the sun. But too much sun exposure can increase your risk of developing melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.





Urinary incontinence: Options that don’t require surgery – Posted Date: 11/5/2019 4:26:25 PM



Surgery isn't  your only option for treating urinary incontinence.





What is Low Vision? – Posted Date: 3/1/2018 7:03:13 PM



Because the medical term “low vision” is linked to multiple health conditions—age-related macular degeneration, diabetes and glaucoma being the primary causes—it can be confusing. It doesn't only pertain to near or total blindness.




What You Need to Know About Thyroid Cancer – Posted Date: 8/28/2017 4:58:23 PM


More than 50,000 new cases of thyroid cancer in the United States are expected in 2017. The good news is that it is one of the most treatable malignancies.

In honor of Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month, celebrated every September, LifeBridge Health is raising awareness of the importance of early detection and timely treatment.





What you should know about running shoes before buying a pair – Posted Date: 10/24/2018 3:03:37 PM



Consider making a shoe rotation for different running purposes if your budget permits.





Why Athletes Should Include Massage in Their Fitness Regimen – Posted Date: 7/9/2018 1:23:46 PM



Regular massage supports the relaxation and recovery process after workouts. It's good either before, during or after athletic events.




Why Pediatricians' Role in Treating Depression in Adolescents is Critical – Posted Date: 10/12/2017 1:06:48 PM




Depressed youth are at greater risk for suicide, substance abuse, early pregnancy and other serious conditions. But depression is largely underdiagnosed and undertreated in adolescents. A shortage of child psychiatrists underscores the treatment gap.







Why You Should Wash Your Hands – Posted Date: 2/23/2017 3:08:51 PM

Your hands are dirtier than you think. Check out this infographic to learn why you should always wash your hands. 

What happened to the nurse’s cap? – Posted Date: 5/8/2019 8:03:28 PM


Religious nuns were some of the first women who became nurses, and the original caps resembled the long veils of habits.



Christmas 1950 at Sinai Hospital – Posted Date: 12/21/2018 5:18:47 PM



Rev. Troy Lynn Pritt will never forget his stay as a child at Sinai Hospital around Christmas time in 1950.






A Diversity Message from Neil Meltzer — December 2017 – Posted Date: 12/8/2017 4:18:25 PM

At LifeBridge Health, we embrace what makes us diverse and unique as well as what makes us similar. As an organization that is committed to providing care and support for all people, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or class, we take tremendous pride in caring for our communities together—especially during this time of the year.

A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — October 2017 – Posted Date: 10/9/2017 6:44:59 PM

At LifeBridge Health we celebrate both what makes us diverse and unique, and what makes us the same — our shared purpose of caring for the community together. This month, we highlight another group of diverse celebrations, events and remembrances.

LifeBridge Health is Hosting a Shred-It & E-Waste Collection Day – Posted Date: 4/13/2017 2:50:45 PM

Do you have papers and electronics lying around? LifeBridge Health is having a FREE Shred-It day on Friday, April 21.

Playing of Brahms’ Lullaby Marks New Births at Sinai Hospital – Posted Date: 3/30/2018 2:23:28 PM


Occasionally, a sweet-sounding, classic children’s melody is played over the intercom system at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore for all to hear, marking a joyous time for families: the arrival of their new bundle of joy.




Team LifeBridge – February 2017 – Posted Date: 2/1/2017 6:38:43 PM

Tell Us About Your Team: Are you a member of Team LifeBridge? Would you like to see your team featured on our blog, Facebook page and the Bridge? It's a great way for us to get to know each other and our organization better. Take a picture of your team, and email it and some information about your team to social@lifebridgehealth.org. We'd love to feature your team in the near future!



Team LifeBridge – March 2017 – Posted Date: 3/1/2017 3:57:18 PM

Tell Us About Your Team: Are you a member of Team LifeBridge? Would you like to see your team featured on our blog, Facebook page and the Bridge? It's a great way for us to get to know each other and our organization better. Take a picture of your team, and email it and some information about your team to social@lifebridgehealth.org. We'd love to feature your team in the near future!



What is an HOC? – Posted Date: 10/23/2018 3:07:49 PM



It truly is a hybrid position.






A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — April – Posted Date: 4/3/2017 7:19:42 PM

April is National Arab American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the contributions Arab Americans have made to the United States from the arts and sciences, politics, industry and education. With more than 4 million people of Arab heritage living in America, they represent a variety of backgrounds and beliefs, cultures and faiths. 

A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — April 2018 – Posted Date: 3/28/2018 2:10:59 PM



On April 1, Christians around the world will observe Easter. It is considered the most important Christian holiday because it celebrates the belief in the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, the central event in Christianity.




A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — April 2019 – Posted Date: 3/27/2019 8:00:57 PM




On April 7, we celebrate World Health Day, a health awareness day organized by the World Health Organization. This year’s theme is universal health coverage.





A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — August 2018 – Posted Date: 7/31/2018 2:09:37 PM



On August 19, we celebrate the dedicated work and lives of humanitarians and people who have lost their lives helping others with World Humanitarian Day.





A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — August 2019 – Posted Date: 7/31/2019 1:21:02 PM




We celebrate the dedicated work and lives of humanitarians and people who have lost their lives helping others with World Humanitarian Day on August 19.




A Diversity Message from Neil Meltzer — December 2017 – Posted Date: 12/8/2017 4:18:25 PM

At LifeBridge Health, we embrace what makes us diverse and unique as well as what makes us similar. As an organization that is committed to providing care and support for all people, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or class, we take tremendous pride in caring for our communities together—especially during this time of the year.

A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — December 2018 – Posted Date: 11/29/2018 2:22:45 PM



World AIDS Day (Dec. 1) is dedicated to raising awareness about AIDS and galvanizing worldwide support in the fight against HIV.





A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — December 2019 – Posted Date: 12/2/2019 2:44:59 PM




December 1 is World AIDS Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness about acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)






A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — February – Posted Date: 2/1/2017 6:28:01 PM

As an organization, we generally refrain from taking a position on political issues not directly related to health care. However, there are some principles that we assert proudly and unequivocally. At LifeBridge Health, our diversity is part of our strength. We're only able to provide high-quality health care to our patients because of the contributions of a diverse group of dedicated staff members, including many who have come to us from countries around the world.

A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — February 2019 – Posted Date: 2/1/2019 8:44:16 PM



Take some time to recognize and celebrate those you love on February 14, Valentine’s Day.








A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — February 2020 – Posted Date: 1/24/2020 7:07:07 PM



In February, we celebrate the extraordinary contributions and achievements of African-Americans to our culture and nation in recognition of African-American History Month.





A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — January – Posted Date: 1/9/2017 5:15:30 PM

Happy New Year! It's hard to believe that we're already welcoming another brand new year - one that I hope is full of promise and joy for each of you. There is much to be thankful for as well as to anticipate as we welcome in 2017.



A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — January 2018 – Posted Date: 1/2/2018 5:42:35 PM



Many of you have made New Year’s resolutions to do better in whatever area you choose. Just as our New Year’s resolutions differ, so too do New Year’s traditions around the world.







A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — January 2019 – Posted Date: 12/28/2018 2:35:52 PM



Have you made your New Year’s resolution? This is one of the most common traditions to kick off a new year—making a plan to improve something in your life.






A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — January 2020 – Posted Date: 12/23/2019 2:44:10 PM




Making resolutions—a plan to improve something in your life—is one of the most common traditions to kick off a new year.






A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — July 2018 – Posted Date: 6/28/2018 2:18:58 PM


On July 4, we celebrate Independence Day, commemorating the formal adoption of the Declaration of Independence, a document containing the ideals of our nation, asserting that all men are created equal and are endowed with certain unalienable rights, among them life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.




A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — July 2019 – Posted Date: 6/25/2019 7:29:12 PM




July 4 is Independence Day, a day commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. The declaration proclaimed the United States’ separation from Great Britain and outlined the ideals of our nation.




A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — June – Posted Date: 6/5/2017 4:47:02 PM

June is LGBT Pride Month, and although it’s important to recognize the obstacles that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have overcome, it is also a time to celebrate their contributions to our country. June coincides with the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall riots, which brought the LGBT community’s struggle for equal rights to the national consciousness and kept it there. This year, many cities will mark Pride Month with vibrant outdoor festivals and parades; members of our team will march alongside LifeBridge Health’s float at Baltimore’s Pride Parade on June 17.

A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — June 2018 – Posted Date: 5/29/2018 6:54:49 PM



June is LGBT Pride Month, a month dedicated to observing the contributions of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community to the United States. It is also a time to remember the many obstacles they have overcome in their journey for equal rights.





A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — June 2019 – Posted Date: 5/31/2019 1:15:51 PM


June is LGBT Pride Month, a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community to the United States.




A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — March – Posted Date: 3/1/2017 3:54:30 PM

National Women’s History Month is observed in March. This is an opportunity to acknowledge the accomplishments and contributions of all women throughout American history. In 1981, the National Women's History Project, a nonprofit educational organization, was founded to “promote gender equity through education.” They succeeded in lobbying Congress to institute a Women’s History Week to coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8. By 1986, 14 states had expanded this commemoration to the entire month. A year later, Congress declared March National Women's History Month in perpetuity.

A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — March 2019 – Posted Date: 3/1/2019 8:15:33 PM





March is National Women’s History Month, a month dedicated to celebrating the contributions of women to our society.






A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — May – Posted Date: 5/3/2017 6:59:39 PM

Each May, we celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month as a time to acknowledge the contributions Jewish Americans have made to our country. Jews have been pioneers in everything from science and medicine to art, athletics and scholarship. Jewish American Heritage Month is a time for us to reflect upon all the ways that the Jewish people have helped to shape American culture and to celebrate their individual and collective achievements.

A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — May 2018 – Posted Date: 4/27/2018 1:32:13 PM



In May, we celebrate the contributions of Jewish Americans to the country with Jewish American Heritage Month. Jewish people have shaped American culture in many ways with their achievements in areas such as medicine, music, science and art.






A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — May 2019 – Posted Date: 4/30/2019 7:20:26 PM





On Memorial Day (May 27), people across the country will commemorate the men and women who have died in U.S. military service.





A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — November 2018 – Posted Date: 10/31/2018 7:03:21 PM



In these uncertain times, we remain focused on our mission of healing and caring for others, with kindness and civility. The care and safety of our patients, guests and LifeBridge Health team members remains our highest priority.





A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — November 2019 – Posted Date: 11/4/2019 2:26:23 PM




In November, we celebrate the history, contributions and traditions of our country’s “first Americans” during Native American Heritage Month.






A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — October 2018 – Posted Date: 9/28/2018 7:21:11 PM



This month, a variety of communities and cities with large Italian-American populations will host Italian cultural celebrations. It is a great time to learn more about their culture, history and language.




A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — October 2019 – Posted Date: 9/30/2019 8:46:09 PM




October is Italian-American Heritage and Culture Month, a month to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Italians to our country.






A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — September 2018 – Posted Date: 8/30/2018 8:29:09 PM



In September, we recognize several ethnic groups, religions and significant historical moments, all of which illustrate the richness of diversity in our nation.




A Diversity Message From Neil Meltzer — September 2019 – Posted Date: 8/30/2019 2:15:58 PM




At LifeBridge Health, our core values of compassion, respect and teamwork exemplify our organization’s dedication to building a culture of peace.







A Message from Neil Meltzer — July 31, 2019 – Posted Date: 7/31/2019 8:48:36 PM




We are a large organization, but we are one LifeBridge Health family.




From the desk of Neil Meltzer - Holiday Message 2017 – Posted Date: 12/18/2017 3:55:13 PM



The holidays often offer the opportunity to reflect on our blessings and show appreciation to the people in our lives, including our colleagues and friends at LifeBridge Health.







Q&A - Deborah Graves, Levindale President and COO – Posted Date: 3/9/2018 3:06:14 PM



Deborah Graves, Levindale's new president and COO, discusses her vision for the facility.







Q&A - Dwayne Richardson, Senior Vice President of Operations, Carroll Hospital – Posted Date: 5/23/2018 1:31:51 PM



As Carroll Hospital’s new senior vice president of operations, Dwayne Richardson leads all service lines within the hospital, providing leadership, support and guidance to facilitate seamless operations and exceptional performance.




Q&A - Faraaz Yousuf, Northwest Hospital President and COO – Posted Date: 3/8/2018 2:25:11 PM



Faraaz Yousuf, Northwest Hospital's new president and COO, discusses how he is adjusting to his new role and his vision for Northwest.






Sinai Hospital’s Brain & Spine Institute Introduces New Procedure for Irritated Nerves in Neck – Posted Date: 1/23/2018 5:12:49 PM


The Sandra and Malcolm Berman Brain & Spine Institute at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore recently became the first health care provider in Maryland to offer a new, less invasive procedure for alleviating bothersome or debilitating symptoms brought on by pinched nerves in the neck.



Six Finalists Make LifeBridge Health-CareFirst Innovation Challenge – Posted Date: 5/29/2019 5:04:17 PM



The finalists will present their ideas to a panel of industry experts June 5.



Sinai Throughput Project Aims to Solve Patient Flow Problems – Posted Date: 6/5/2018 6:13:26 PM


A new multidisciplinary initiative at Sinai Hospital aims to further enhance care by eliminating bottlenecks in patient flow processes.




Team LifeBridge – January 2017 – Posted Date: 1/3/2017 8:26:32 PM

Tell Us About Your Team: Are you a member of Team LifeBridge? Would you like to see your team featured on our blog, Facebook page and the Bridge? It's a great way for us to get to know each other and our organization better. Take a picture of your team, and email it and some information about your team to social@lifebridgehealth.org. We'd love to feature your team in the near future!



Team LifeBridge – May2017 – Posted Date: 5/2/2017 6:37:00 PM

Tell Us About Your Team: Are you a member of Team LifeBridge? Would you like to see your team featured on our blog, Facebook page and the Bridge? It's a great way for us to get to know each other and our organization better. Take a picture of your team, and email it and some information about your team to social@lifebridgehealth.org. We'd love to feature your team in the near future!





LifeBridge Health consists of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, LifeBridge Health & Fitness, hundreds of primary care and specialty physicians throughout the region, and many affiliated health-related partners.

As one of the largest, most comprehensive and most highly respected providers of health-related services to the people of the northwest Baltimore region, LifeBridge Health advocates preventive services, wellness and fitness services, and programs to educate and support the communities it serves.

Moving beyond the walls of our world-class hospitals and into your community, LifeBridge Health has more than 1,700 primary care physicians and specialists to provide the care you need — when and where you need it.

Visit our physician directory to search by name, location, specialty and more. Or let us help: call 866-404-DOCS and a referral specialist will assist you in finding the physician who is right for you.

At LifeBridge Health, we embrace a culture of inclusion and mutual respect by valuing the unique contributions of each employee. Learn about our employment opportunities.