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NextSteps Online is now enrolling!
Classes are starting October 30, 2014. The NextSteps program is based on the principles of self-management. The self-management approach to health recognizes that YOU play the most important role in your recovery.
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(10/29/14) Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell today announced an initiative that will fund successful applicants who work directly with medical providers to rethink and redesign their practices, moving from systems driven by quantity of care to ones ...read more
(10/13/14) With football season fully underway, experts are pushing for increased knowledge about the sports risk for concussions from the scrambling pack of pee wee athletes to the seasoned varsity squad. According to recent research, however, few parents have it all ...read more
(10/10/14) Life expectancy at birth in the United States was at an all-time high of 78.8 years in 2012, with much of the improvement attributed to reductions in death rates from major causes of death, such as heart disease, cancer, stroke, and chronic lower respiratory ...read more
This is my story of losing a lot but gaining much more at the same time. My motor vehicle accident occurred on June 2, 2006. This was my last day as a Business Development Director at Veteran Communications Corporation. I was driving on Route 175 in Columbia MD, headed to Veteran Communications Corporation to turn in all of my company owned electronics and business proposals or quotes. I was starting a new opportunity in 2 weeks that offered a ...read moreView more survivor stories