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Coffee: Love It or Leave It?

People have been drinking coffee for centuries. The popular drink is the number one stimulant in the developed world. Research shows that coffee has antioxidants, which are good for people, but other research shows coffee can cause cancer.

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Primary Care Physicians

Mercy Medical Center offers one of the largest networks of Primary Care Physicians in the Baltimore area. Our Internal Medicine doctors are committed to providing personalized, top rated health care.

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Dr. Jonathan Rich Discusses Heart Attacks And Young Women

Young women aren't usually considered to be at risk for heart attacks, but an estimated 38,000 women under the age of 50 have them each year in the U.S., according to doctors.

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Our Primary Care Physicians are committed to providing personalized health care to patients in the Baltimore Metropolitan area and around the beltway.

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Unhealthy Foods You Wouldn’t Keep In Your Home

What foods do some doctors think are so unhealthy, they wouldn’t keep them in their own homes? We asked Mercy’s Dr. Dana Simpler, a board certified internist with a special interest in diet/nutrition issues.

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Women Need More Sleep Than Men?

Scientists have now confirmed what many women have suspected all along: They need more sleep than men.


Can Rosemary Help You Live A Longer Life?

Researchers from University of California, San Diego, and the University of Rome La Sapienza are working together to solve a mystery: why are residents of a remote Italian village living for so long? 

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Treatment of Adult Asthma

Mercy's Dr. Kathryn Boling discusses treatment of adult asthma.

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