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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Rabies

Last month there was a rabies scare at a dog daycare in the District. In the end, the dog did not have rabies, but...

Pet Disaster Preparedness

The past month has reminded many of us that weather-related disasters are real and can happen anywhere along the coast. Remember 2003 and hurricane...

Spring Brings Heartworm

Spring is in the air. Winter has turned from a persistent gray to an emerging green. As the temperatures warm, we all begin to...

Shaw Emerges from Pandemic Crisis

When Mayor Bowser moved the District to Phase Two of its Coronavirus Reopening Plan, Shaw businesses could start to see the light at the...

Nominate a Kid for the DC High School Hall of Fame

The District of Columbia State Athletic Association (DCSAA) is accepting nominations for the DC High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018. The...

DC Health Wants Invitees to Get Antibody Testing

The District is asking families who received a letter inviting them to participate in a COVID-19 antibody survey to please come in for testing. Starting...

Urinary Health

As mammals we all pee. Urine, produced by the kidneys, is an essential part of physiology: it eliminates excess water, helps electrolyte balances, rids...

Shaw Streets

Despite fears that the economic crisis will lead to business closures, Shaw saw a burst of business openings in July. The crop of new...

Self-Discovery through Numerology

Dr. Natalie Boulware has a special gift. She can take a person’s birthdate and, using mathematics, discern unique and positive characteristics of her client...

Expert Opinion: What Activities Are Safe for Your Unvaccinated Child?

The city is reopening around them, but families with children 12 and under face a quandry: what's safe for them to do? The COVID vaccine...