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B’More Inclusive: What is Rare?

When you hear hoof beats, think horses—not zebras. This is what doctors are taught during their training, meaning that the first and more likely diagnosis is the one they should be thinking about. But what about when it really is a zebra? This was the case for Inez Vazquez. Her …

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Healthy Goals for Families in 2023

  At nearly two months into the new year, it’s a good time for families to reflect on making positive changes in their lives. And that doesn’t only apply to the grown-ups. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), New Year’s resolutions can be a great way for kids …

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Notre Dame Preparatory School’s 150th: Where a Gateway Opens

September 22, 1873  Opened school with 69 pupils. We were obliged to extend the vacation to this time, instead of the first Monday in September, as usual, because the building could not be sufficiently prepared before this date…As this new institution was considered quite the attractive novelty, there were constantly a great many …

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