More families are still leaving Baltimore than moving in, and while many of the reasons are well known, a new analysis of where they land and why has made city officials and advocates believe their efforts are changing attitudes — and some decisions.
Anyone suffering from sciatica can say that the pain can be intense, from the back all the way down the leg. Those who are overweight, smoke, don't exercise or even wear high heels can make the pain worse. And while exercising can keep you fit, it can also lead to nerve pain. But episodes generally...
The Baltimore City Health Department has revised its schedule for free shuttle service to city stores from 10 residential buildings in areas heavily impacted by the unrest in the aftermath of Freddie Gray's death in police custody.
A water issue at Pimlico Race Course affected utilities at the facility, shutting down several sets of toilets on multiple floors and causing backups at those still in operation.
The University of Maryland Medical System is poised to enter the Medicaid and Medicare managed care market in the state with an agreement to acquire Riverside Health Inc.
State officials will hand out $2.5 million to groups partnering with hospitals that are retooling their operations to better control health care costs and improve care.
When Baltimore State's Attorney Maryliyn Mosby charged six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, she said they had ignored Gray's pleas for medical care during his arrest and a 45-minute transport van ride.
About 50 million people in the United States suffer from some kind of allergy, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The immune system becomes overactive when a person comes into contact with a substance from the environment or in food. People sneeze, cough or have some...