A state health department work group has developed a set of standards for how drugs to treat cancer and rheumatology and blood conditions are dosed and controlled, perhaps serving as a national model.
That teaspoon of acetaminophen parents give their children when they have a fever may not be a teaspoon at all. Studies show parents who use utensils from the kitchen drawer may inadvertently give their child too little or too much of all kinds of medicines, and that can sometimes lead to...
A day before the deadline to sign up on the Maryland exchange for health insurance that would start Jan. 1, thousands of residents risk losing their subsidies temporarily because they have not re-enrolled.
Unexpected deaths of infants and children dropped to 171 in 2013 from 302 in 2007, a 43 percent decline, according to new state health data.
These are the calls public health officials don't want this time of year, from procrastinators who haven't gotten the flu vaccine asking if it's still worthwhile.
With one week left to sign up for health insurance through the state health exchange for coverage Jan. 1, state health officials and advocates have turned to churches and religious leaders to ensure everyone gets the message.
The O'Malley administration proposed a law Wednesday that would force some mentally ill people onto medications to control their illness outside of hospitals.
There were the two Christmas trees — a "fancy" one in the living room and one with all the family ornaments in the basement.