Licensed psychotherapist Nazie Spurrier—the owner of B’More Wellness Studio in Ellicott City—shares tips on communicating, learning love languages, and setting boundaries.
We turned to Natalie Sams—who runs her esthetics and self-care studios in Federal Hill and Brewers Hill—for tips on how to feel your best for a big event.
Whether you’re ready to lift weights, take it slow with yoga, or even try a new sport, Baltimore is full of different programs. It's all about finding your vibe.
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How Elly is working ensure no one is in the dark about their healthcare needs.
The viral concept is all about interchanging exfoliation and moisturization products throughout the week.
One century ago, an enterprising Baltimore woman founded the hospital that most parents don’t know exists—until they need it.
This year's list includes 609 physicians in 116 specialties as chosen by their peers.
For all its effectiveness, there are few treatments so simultaneously feared and revered.
The "Healthtender" combined her bartending background with her physical fitness and wellness training to create a program specifically tailored to those in the hospitality industry.
Head to a local studio to customize a cozy keepsake.
Litsa Williams and Eleanor Haley discuss their resources, misconceptions about what grief looks like, and coping with non-death losses in the wake of the pandemic.
Farmers and neighborhood advocates work directly with government officials to reshape the politics around food, land, and freedom.
Meet Grace Callwood, 17, the founder of We Cancerve Movement—a nonprofit that serves local youth experiencing sickness, homelessness, and those in foster care.
We talked to Amanda Jones, owner of new wellness studio The Sedona House, about how to slow down.
The Ravens tight end, who has Type 1 diabetes, doesn't let the disease define him. At 26 years old, he’s just entering his prime.
Dubbed "Abortion is Autonomy," the live show will provide an open space for seven Baltimoreans to share their own unique abortion stories.
Cyclists riding to raise money for The Ulman Foundation share their "why."
Our annual compendium of the people and places that make Charm City great.
Local clinical and functional nutritionist Caitlin Self shares some advice on how to have a good time without letting the food and drink get you down.
Former Team USA lacrosse gold medalist opens Resistance Cycle on the bottom floor of the Exelon Building.
In the wake of Roe’s overturn, the program continues to care for Marylanders while also preparing for an influx of out-of-state patients.
Mylène Nine, Spa Director of Timonium’s About Faces Day Spa & Salon, breaks down all of the sunscreen options for us.