New Issue of Maryland’s Health Matters Magazine Available Now


When it comes to getting the latest health and wellness news, updates and recommendations, Charles County residents have a variety of sources they can turn to.

In addition to our blog and all of the content available on our website 24/7, you also have access to Maryland’s Health Matters, the quarterly magazine of the University of Maryland Medical System.

The UM Charles Regional Medical Center edition includes content specifically tailored to Charles County’s health and wellness needs. And each issue of the magazine focuses on helping residents in our community make informed health care decisions for themselves and their families.

Inside, you’ll find the latest news, event information and stories from UM Charles Regional Medical Center and the Charles Regional Medical Center Foundation, as well as information regarding relevant health topics for our community. Here’s a glimpse at a few of the topics covered in the latest issue:

Living Well with Diabetes — Discover our Center for Diabetes Education, and see how this new program is helping Charles County residents with diabetes live more fulfilling lives.

Healthy Happenings — There are so many great classes, support groups and events (many of which are free) scheduled for the coming months. See what they are and find out how to be a part of them.

Foundation Focus  — Get the inside scoop on upcoming foundation happenings and events, including the highly anticipated Celebration Gala.

Maryland’s Health Matters is available for free online and in print, so you can get an inside look at the articles and insights that matter most, no matter which format you prefer. Click here to check out the latest issue now — future issues can be found by visiting our Maryland’s Health Matters landing page on our website. If you’d like to subscribe for free print editions of the magazine, please contact Tina Anderson by emailing today.


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