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  • New Office in Owings Mills June 6, 2018
    We’re excited to announce our newest office location at 90 Painters Mill Road, Suite 134, in Owings Mills. Our medical providers will begin seeing patients at this location on June 6. Appointments at any of our three locations can be scheduled by calling 410-793-5212.
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  • Medical Director Presents Study at National Conference for Nurse Practitioners May 14, 2018
    At this year’s National Conference for Nurse Practitioners: The Conference for Primary and Acute Care Clinicians, New Day Vitality Medical Director Robin Musiol, C-RNP, is presenting her study, “Reported Benefits of Transdermal Testosterone Replacement Therapy in Women aged 40-65.”  The study compared scores of symptom severity from 107 female patients before and after one year […]
  • We’ve moved to a new location in EASTON! May 3, 2018
    Beginning Thursday, May 3, 2018, we’ll be seeing patients at 8133 Elliott Road – our new, permanent location in Easton. The office is in Suite 205 of the Provident Bank Building, at the intersection of MD 331 and Elliott Road, where we’ll continue providing great personalized service to help our patients restore their hormones, revitalize […]
  • 20% off Beauty Products & Services May 18, 2018 April 24, 2018
    Schedule your appointment now to get 20% off all aesthetic services — including botox, fillers and micro-needling — at New Day Vitality on Friday, March 18, 2018, in the Arnold office. You can also purchase any of our medical-grade skincare products by Sente at a 20% discount. Call Donna at 410-793-5212 today as appointments are […]
  • Testosterone builds muscle, burns fat February 1, 2018
    Testosterone (T2) is essential to creating muscle tissue in both men and women. But as mid-life lowers testosterone levels, muscle mass decreases. With NO change in eating and exercise habits, those over 40 may notice changes in body composition. Many men are horrified by newly drooping pecs and bulging bellies. Women often notice expanding waistlines […]
  • Fighting Fat After 40 Open House Jan. 17 January 9, 2018
    Learn how to fight back against the body’s natural tendency to gain weight after 40 at our open house on Wednesday, January 17. Our Medical Director Jennifer Robin Musiol, C-RNP, will explain how the mid-life decrease in sex hormones alters metabolism, fat storage and muscle formation. Musiol also will discuss strategies to counteract the almost […]
  • Three Simple Steps to Reduce Holiday Stress December 13, 2017
    You’ve been doing great so far. Made a decent dent in your holiday shopping list. Got the season’s parties and school concerts sorted out. Even put some decorations up. But the clock is ticking. As the pace picks up, keep stress from taking over in the coming weeks with three simple tips: Put your feet […]
  • New Day Vitality donates equipment to Uppercut Boxing of Maryland December 13, 2017
    Recently, New Day Vitality donated boxing equipment to Uppercut Boxing of Maryland, a non-profit community center in Baltimore, where our Medical Technician Erich Jessup is a volunteer.   Erich has been working out and teaching boxing at Uppercut since it opened in May 2016. “Boxing teaches discipline and takes hard work,” says Erich. At the gym, Erich sees kids making new […]
  • Keep “Happy” in your Holidays December 12, 2017
    Instead of “Ho! Ho! Ho!” do you sometimes feel more like “boo-hoo-hoo” around the holidays? Both peri- and postmenopausal women are more susceptible to anxiety and depression than premenopausal women all year round. With the additional work the holidays bring, the stress can really take a toll on women over 40. Estrogen plays a major role […]
  • Are your bones healthy or holey? December 5, 2017
    Do you know what medical problem is the most likely to affect a woman as she ages? Stroke? Breast cancer? Heart attack? Surprisingly, it’s breaking a bone due to osteoporosis. One in two women and up to one in four men over age 50 will break a bone due to osteoporosis. Though perhaps not as traumatic […]