In honor of Men’s Health Awareness Month, Shore Physicians Group (SPG) is dedicating its November “Be Well Connected” education breakfast to the topic of men’s health.
The event will be held Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to noon and will include a light breakfast at Greate Bay Country Club, located at 901 Somers Point-Mays Landing Road in Somers Point.
Leading the program is SPG primary care physician Dr. Ulices Perez, who will focus on the unique health needs of men. Following Dr. Perez is SPG endocrinologist Dr. Matthew Corcoran, who will talk about low testosterone, which affects one in four men over age 30.
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Ocean City intends to combine some old strategies, some new tricks and some serious money to try to tame two of the greatest problems on the barrier island: persistent flooding and sediment-choked lagoons.
City officials pledged Saturday to spend millions of dollars in coming years on an ambitious flood-mitigation program as well as a series of dredging projects to clear out the shallow lagoons that have become virtual mudflats in some places.
“The whole idea is quality of life,” Mayor Jay Gillian said. “We’re going to look at everything we can.”
Gillian spoke during back-to-back town hall meetings that focused on the city’s flood-control efforts and a five-year, $20 million dredging program that is methodically removing huge amounts of sediment from lagoons and channels along the bayfront.