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Which Exercises Prevent Hiatal Hernias?
You may not have heard of a hiatal hernia before. If so, you're not alone! It is a condition that
Is It Possible to Get Gastric Sleeve Twice?
Sometimes, bariatric surgery doesn't go quite as planned the first time around. Maybe there are complications, or perhaps the level
The Connection Between Gluten Intolerance and Acid Reflux
It's no secret that acid reflux is a common disorder, but did you know it's often caused by gluten intolerance?
A Guide to the Cost of Gastric Sleeve Surgery
There is no set cost for gastric sleeve surgery. However, you can look at average costs and start to form
Anxiety and Acid Reflux: Understanding the Connection
If you suffer from anxiety, there's a good chance that you also experience acid reflux. But how exactly are GERD
3 Reasons Why Diarrhea Happens After Gastric Sleeve Surgery and How to Deal With It
Is it normal to have diarrhea after gastric sleeve? Unfortunately, yes. Many people experience diarrhea after gastric sleeve surgery. This
How Strong Is the Relationship Between Genes and Obesity?
During their consultations for bariatric surgery in Maryland, many of our patients say some version of the same thing: “No
Can You Prevent Saggy Skin After Weight Loss Surgery?
As you gear up for bariatric surgery in Baltimore, you are likely picturing all the ways your body will change
When Should You Consider Weight Loss Surgery?
When is it time to consider weight loss surgery in Baltimore? That is a highly personal question, and as a
What Foods Can You Not Eat After Gastric Sleeve Surgery?
Gastric sleeve surgery in Maryland has helped thousands of individuals reclaim their health and their lives. However, it isn’t the

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IN AFFILIATION WITH SAINT AGNES HEALTHCARE

For more than 150 years, Saint Agnes Hospital has been dedicated to the art of healing by providing exceptional care to the greater Baltimore area. Built on a strong foundation of excellent medical care and compassion, Saint Agnes is committed to providing the best care for our patients for many years to come.