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Hard Habits to Break

People who suffer from body-focused repetitive behaviors struggle for relief

Older and Stronger

A personal trainer helps clients—including some in their 90s—reach their full potential

The Art of Giving

Five years ago, John Myers went to the doctor thinking he had the flu and found out that his kidneys had failed. The Rockville grandpa never imagined that an acquaintance would save his life.

Bridging the Gap

Two local moms started a business to help families communicate with teachers, doctors and others when a child has a medical condition
Crystal Carr Townsend at her Germantown office

On a Mission

As president of the Healthcare Initiative Foundation, Crystal Carr Townsend wants to make sure families living in poverty have the health and wellness services they need

Tough Times

A Chevy Chase therapist talks about anxiety in kids, the power of social media and finding time to slow down

Facing the Pain

Four years ago, therapist Marjorie Kreppel suffered serious burns over 20 percent of her body. As part of her recovery, she started sharing her story.

Millie’s Gift

When a 6-month-old from Rockville died in 2016, her heart went to a newborn in North Carolina who needed a second chance at life

Second Shift

Some of Montgomery County’s rescue workers are moms with a passion for helping others

Glove Up

Using my fists to fight Parkinson’s

On the Move

A Rockville personal trainer talks about injuries, discipline and why walking is underrated

A New Leaf

Medical marijuana dispensaries are sprouting up all over the Bethesda area. Who’s using them—and will full legalization be next?

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