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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2013 CORPORATE AWARD RECIPIENTS!  
 
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
Health and Wellness Champion
  
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Health and Wellness Advocate
  
The Frederick News-Post
Health and Wellness Spirit of Giving
  
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse Pikesville
Health and Wellness Ambassador

Special thanks to the Walmart Foundation for outstanding grant support of our Project REACH! (Remind-Eat-Act-Care about Health) community program! 
  
 
 
Don't Get Spooked: 5 Things You Can Do to Support a Sick Co-Worker

Sick Co-WorkerThe serious illness of a co-worker can shake the foundation of a workplace, affecting the dynamics, productivity and atmosphere. People often find they are unprepared to deal with their own feelings about a co-worker's illness. They may be afraid to say or do the wrong thing. And most want to help, but aren't sure how they can. The most important thing you can do for yourself and for your co-worker is to communicate.



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Dedicated to raising cancer awareness and funds to support outstanding programs in prevention, patient care, education, counseling and research to benefit people across the nation.

 

  

At the age of 10, Taylor Harbin was diligently working toward a three year goal of Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. He began complaining of aches and pains in his joints which his parents attributed to the many hours of practice. As time progressed, he began to refuse his little brother’s request to go outside and play. Eventually the pain progressed until he could not get out of bed by himself.


 





 

 

 

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