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Charles "Chuck" Busnuk, a retired Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene grants writer, died of cancer Aug. 31 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 64 and lived in Canton. Born in Baltimore and raised in Highlandtown, he was a 1966...
Nearly 70 elderly patients and vulnerable adults must find new homes because of the planned closure of Harborside Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Baltimore, a sprawling facility with numerous fire hazards uncovered in a recent state inspection....
Sexual promiscuity fueled by alcohol and drug use led one 47-year-old Towson man to contract HIV. But when he heard about government approval of the drug Truvada to lower people's risk of getting the disease, he wasn't completely sold on it as a...
The federal government has approved for the first time a drug that can prevent an HIV infection, a significant development for Baltimore where transmission rates for the virus remain high and growing. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved...
Tags: Gilead Sciences Inc., Pharmaceuticals, Truvada, Hepatitis B , HIV
Don't get into business to make money. The temptation to quit will be strongest just before you succeed. And take big risks — even if that means angering a ruler-wielding, 6-foot-tall nun. Those were among the lessons billionaire Bob Parsons, the...
Tags: Super Bowl, Computer Science, Graduation, Finance, Bob Parsons
Fewer Americans than previously thought are controlling their HIV infections and potentially putting the public at higher risk, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins University and University of Pennsylvania. The researchers found that there are...
The meeting of the 19th International AIDS Conference in Washington this week — the first time the gathering has met in the U.S. in a generation — should hold special significance for Baltimore City. Not only has AIDS claimed far too many...
Catholic Relief Services is defending a grant it shared with another aid group that separately funds contraception, which is a violation of church doctrine. The Baltimore-based group that is the Catholic community's official international humanitarian...
An energetic young cast is having a great time doing the musical "Rent" at Silhouette Stages. That energy would reach the audience even if the performers weren't in the habit of coming off the stage and strolling down the aisles at Slayton House Theater....
Tags: Fine Artists, Aneurysm, Music Industry, Movies, Opera (genre)
Taariq Mohammed has never had a problem keeping academics ahead of sports. The captain of River Hill High's state championship wrestling team recently entered a wrestling camp on the morning he was to discover how well he did on the ACT, the college...
Tags: Schools, High Schools, Students, Human Rights, Wrestling
A job at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation comes with a truly unique annual benefit, one that turns employees into grant givers. Its 16 eligible employees will each award a $10,000 grant to the nonprofit of their choice. The staff members will...
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