Stimulating the brain with light zaps of electricity could help the short-term memory of people with schizophrenia, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
In wake of a data breach at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Attorney General Brian E. Frosh is encouraging consumers to be diligent in protecting their private information.
David H. Bennett, a landscape architect with a special interest in the preservation of cultural and historic landscapes, died of cardiac arrest at his home in Washington on May 11.
The elderly woman arrived at Johns Hopkins Hospital with a hole in her trachea and her esophagus tied off to prevent bacteria from falling through the opening and infecting her heart and lungs.
The call center that handled consumer problems during open enrollment under Obamacare was often overwhelmed and understaffed, officials with Maryland's health exchange said Tuesday during a meeting of board members.
The state's largest health insurer has asked Maryland regulators to let it increase premiums by as much as 30.4 percent on average for policies that take effect next year.
Sit around marijuana smokers in an unventilated room and you may start to feel their high.
A Baltimore program to reduce the city's infant mortality rate was lauded in a new report by the Pew Charitable Trusts as a model that can be used to save babies' lives throughout the country.