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Dr. Louise Schnaufer, an internationally renowned pediatric surgeon who had been associated with Union Memorial Hospital and Johns Hopkins Hospital early in her career, died Oct. 14 of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Cathedral Village, a...
Upper Chesapeake Medical Center has been in major construction mode lately. The hospital recently broke ground on its cancer center, even as ongoing work on a new access road could cause traffic headaches for residents passing through the Route 24 area....
Dr. Frederick Joseph Hatem, a retired Havre de Grace obstetrician who delivered thousands of babies in Harford and Cecil counties during his four-decade career, including baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., died June 6 of heart failure at Harford...
Patricia Artimovich survived a life-threatening disease, thanks, she says, to the Johns Hopkins Avon Breast Cancer Center and to the healing power of horses. Next weekend, horses and their riders will help her raise funds for the hospital and its...
The federal health care reform law establishes a new body, called the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), responsible for enforcing the annual spending cap in Medicare. The IPAB will consist of 15 presidential appointees and will start making...
The regulatory board responsible for licensing doctors in Maryland has filed administrative charges against a Towson cardiologist accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary procedures, beginning a process that could strip him of the authority to...
Sun reportersMany heroin addicts trying to break the grip of drugs and crime turn to a health center on West Saratoga Street for help. Some come asking for an orange pill they believe might be a "wonder drug" for treating their problems. Nearly 200 have gotten it....
Tags: Drug Use, HIV, Judges, Arts, Martin O'Malley
When his longtime physician retired, Southern Maryland lawmaker Thomas "Mac" Middleton faced a predicament: The senator needed a new doctor but couldn't find one who was taking new patients. "I had to go through three different doctor groups before...
Sun reporterOrioles second baseman , after a weekend of silence, chose to fall on his sword. He had been named as a steroid user in the Mitchell Report released by Major League Baseball last week, and though the evidence against him amounted to hearsay - the word of...
Sun reporterThe nine Amish girls shot in the head Monday by a deranged milk truck driver faced long odds: National statistics show that only 5 percent of people who sustain such gunshot wounds survive them. But with four of the girls still hanging on last night,...
Tags: Maryland, Assault, Head Injuries, Coma, Brain
Sun StaffKaren Matthews has been taking the train from Baltimore to her job at a Philadelphia hospital using a monthly pass that costs $528. Next week, Amtrak is raising the price to $882 while insisting she's still getting a good deal. With less than two weeks'...
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