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The District Vet

Glaucoma isn’t only a disease of people. Cats and dogs can have elevated eye pressure, too! Many people have heard of glaucoma, but what is...

Exercising During the Winter of COVID

Winter traditionally is the time we on the east coast hunker down. We pull out the sweaters, cook soups and stews and confine our...

IronMan Was Cancelled: So They Created ‘IronTate’

COVID 19 did not stop Hill athlete Courtney Tate from realizing his dream. Despite the cancellation of the IronMan race in Maryland Sept. 19...

Learn About Scouting Opportunities

Pack and Troop 380 will be hosting a meeting for those interested in learning more about the great opportunities scouting has to offer.  The...

Creating Your Own Optimal Immune System

I’m a person of an age that has been designated a high-risk group for contracting COVID. Yet I don’t feel vulnerable, scared or unsafe....

Sue Greer: Bio-Energetic Healer

If you are having difficulty juggling the unknowns in your life right now and would like to get back on an even keel, you...

COVID-19 Testing at Community Pharmacies

Grubb’s Pharmacies at 326 E. Capitol St. NE and 1800 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE; and Morgan Care Pharmacy, 3001 P St. NW,...

Tips for Staying the Course during the Holidays

Call me a humbug, a Grinch or a scrooge. I strongly dislike this time of year. People who are normally pleasant and high-functioning become...

The Little Free Pantry Comes to Capitol Hill

Drive or walk through the intersection on 14 and E Sts., SE. You will soon see a hand-built replica of the building behind it,...

Race For Every Child and Kids Dash

The Race For Every Child, Oct. 19 at Freedom Plaza, is a fun event with a serious purpose--to promote children’s health and wellness, and...
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