RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

A collection of news and information related to Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE) published by this site and its partners.

Top Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE) Articles

Displaying items 85-96
  • Morgan partnership aims to improve Northeast

    Morgan partnership aims to improve Northeast
    City leaders assembled on a small side street near Morgan State University in Northeast Baltimore on Friday morning — steps from the sites of three recent car thefts and at least one burglary — and pledged to transform the region with...
  • Sinai to research new drug to prevent blood clots, heart attacks in stent patients

    Sinai to research new drug to prevent blood clots, heart attacks in stent patients
    A Sinai Hospital cardiologist is launching a clinical trial of a type of coronary artery disease drug not yet tested in humans, building on a history at the Baltimore hospital of research to develop more effective treatments to prevent blood clotting....
  • Injury prevention laws save lives, report shows

    Injury prevention laws save lives, report shows
    Tens of thousands of lives have been saved over the years because Americans more routinely wear seat belts and don't drive drunk. But there are other public health threats from those who text while driving or overdose on prescription drugs. That's why a...
  • The new school (health) rules

    The new school (health) rules
    Back to school can also mean back to germs, breaks, sprains and concussions. While most of us know kids need a good night's sleep and a good breakfast, just what exactly do experts define as "good"? And what other basics should parents put on their...
  • Researcher hunts for sickle cell anemia cure with gene targeting, stem cells

    Researcher hunts for sickle cell anemia cure with gene targeting, stem cells
    Halfway around the world in India, Sivaprakash Ramalingam had heard of Johns Hopkins researchers using a promising new technique for gene therapy that he hoped to integrate with stem cells to cure diseases. After getting a doctorate in biochemistry in...
  • Nacho Mama's taps one of the first kegs of Natty Boh in 15 years

    Nacho Mama's taps one of the first kegs of Natty Boh in 15 years
    From the Midnight Sun blog: On Thursday afternoon the cramped Canton bar Nacho Mama’s was log-jammed. Inside the bar, which is decorated like a shrine to National Bohemian, there were more people than Mr. Boh logos on the walls. The waitresses had a...
  • Former Catholic school students fight to keep child rapist in prison

    Former Catholic school students fight to keep child rapist in prison
    Standing under a stormy sky, Bill Stankiewicz got chills as he looked toward the old brick building that once housed the Catholic Community middle school in South Baltimore. "It's kind of creepy," he said, rubbing goose bumps along his forearms. He hadn'...
  • May 30: Look out!

    Texting while walking emerging as possible danger for pedestrians, drivers The night started out right — good friends, carousing, the lead-up to an out-of-town wedding. But between festivities, after Nicole King popped into her hotel room to...
  • Elkridge: The 50+ Expo will feature more than 150 exhibitors

    Are you over 50 or almost there? Do you serve as a caregiver to an older adult? Are you, or someone you love, an adult over 18 with disabilities? Are you simply someone who plans well for the future and wants to know the best options for healthy aging?...
  • Clarksville: Fifth District Volunteer Fire Company welcomes all to Open House

    October is Fire Prevention Month. It's time to replace the batteries in your smoke detectors and think about other ways to keep your family safe. The Fifth District Volunteer Fire Department invites you to bring the whole family to the fire station for...
  • UM opens Columbia orthopedic outpatient clinic

    UM opens Columbia orthopedic outpatient clinic
    Howard County residents receiving care from the University of Maryland Medical Center's Department of Orthopedics can now get that care a lot closer to home. A new orthopedics outpatient clinic, in the works for several years, opened Sept. 17 in...
  • Maryland man charged with killing, eating man's brain, heart

    Maryland man charged with killing, eating man's brain, heart
    The 21-year-old college student allegedly told detectives that he hadn't just killed the man who'd lived with his family for months, but had eaten his heart and portions of his brain. The victim's severed head and hands were found in the men's Harford...