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In the Field: Zaza Soriano

The phrase “STEM career” is a vague term that actually represents an exciting array of jobs. For STEM month, we at Girl Scouts of Central Maryland would like to introduce you to several women who work in STEM fields. 540 more words


Early Goodbyes

Old friends, new places. I’m grateful that God always brings us to the right place at the right time. Sometimes we feel like there’s no way out, but God always has His higher and better ways. 29 more words

Exchange Student


Dexamethasone is a type of steroid known as glucocorticosteroid, which is a man-made version of a natural hormone produced by the adrenal gland. It plays a very important role in Giana’s chemotherapy treatment. 66 more words


Juvenile Injured After Being Struck By Car

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A juvenile was struck by car on Harford Road.

It’s not known what caused the accident.

The juvenile was taken to Hopkins Pediatrics and is in serious condition. 9 more words


Once Upon a Blue Jay

I like to think that life is like a fairytale. It is full of adventure, courage, magic, love, and learning. One of the most beautiful and epic chapters of the saga that is my life is actually very familiar. 727 more words


Friday Night Meds

Giana, I must say, you are my little trooper. Tonight was the first night you showed signs of nausea. You were playing with your toys and all of the sudden started to spit up a little bit. 248 more words


Home Sweet Home

Monday was an exciting day because the doctors gave the approval for you to go home. Of course being discharged from the hospital is always a lengthy process. 133 more words