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Maryland public schools will all soon be keeping emergency supplies of epinephrine on hand for students who may have an allergic reaction, and patient advocates are applauding the new law. “Receiving a dose of epinephrine in the critical minutes...
Hundreds of Baltimore-area families have volunteered for a government study to spray their suburban yards with pesticide, which researchers hope can protect them from Lyme disease but that environmentalists warn is unsafe. The goal, federal and state...
The Maryland Pesticide Network (MPN) appreciates The Sun's extensive and fair coverage of the dispute regarding the current Lyme disease study being conducted in Maryland by the state's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and theU.S. Centers for...
Probing ahead of him with his cane, Roger Williamson crossed the Everyman Theatre stage, picked upa human skull that doubled as a candy dish and poked his fingers through the eye sockets. Moments later, he ran his hands over a papier-mache mask...
Tags: Eleanor Roosevelt, Celebrities
Some may be surprised to learn that tuberculosis is in our midst after reading that a waitress at the Harborplace Hooters has active TB ("Hooters waitress allegedly contracts tuberculosis at Inner Harbor restaurant," June 7). Although TB may evoke...
Over the past seven months, Jheri Stratton has been quarantined in her house for a while, ordered to wear a mask to walk her dog, and monitored twice a week by a city Health Department official who watches to ensure that she swallows a handful of pills....
In response to Julian Bauer's June 14 letter ("Supporters of gay marriage confuse facts with opinion"), let me point out some incontrovertible evidence that marriage equality will not cause the collapse of civilization as we know it. The first country to...
Tags: Family, Divorce, Netherlands, Marriage, Same-Sex Marriage
Raquel Rojas has never worked for a company that gave her paid sick leave. Sometimes even unpaid leave isn't on offer. The Baltimore resident said a restaurant that employed her as a line cook three years ago stopped scheduling her for work after she...
In observance of the 2012 National HIV Testing Day, the Harford County Health Department will offer anonymous, no-cost HIV testing on a "walk-in" basis on Wednesday, June 27, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Health Services Division office on the top...
Amber Brown, 24, was complaining of chest pains the night police say she and her girlfriend drank alcohol and injected each other with heroin in their Northeast Baltimore apartment. Brown passed out and never woke up; her companion could face criminal...
Tags: Heroin, Substance Abuse, Prosecution, Justice System, Hamilton
Before Aiesha Eddins got pregnant, she didn't give much thought to her diet. "I ate whatever," said the 27-year-old Owings Mills woman. "We ordered take-out." But when she weighed in at 220 pounds during her initial prenatal visit, she quickly earned...
As National HIV Testing Day approaches, there will be a testing event held this week in Baltimore and the launch of an educational campaign. This will be the fourth year for Project SHALEM’s City Uprising HIV Outreach Day, a collaboration with...
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