| Feb 16, 2012
| 3:25 PM
Several days after patients got word that the Intractable Pain Clinic in Fallston had closed, those who received care there and from its primary doctor, Rakesh Mathur, are feeling abandoned and wondering who will prescribe their medication.
| Oct 7, 2012
| 1:26 PM
Much of Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Jason Farley's recent research has focused on an evolving medical crisis: How to stop the spread of bacteria that have adapted immunity to most antibiotics.
To stop it the medical community needs to track it. He's...
| Feb 17, 2012
| 9:00 AM
It appears Sen. Jamie Raskin, the Montgomery County senator who is sponsoring legislation that would ban minors from using commercial tanning beds, does not have much faith in American teenagers, their parents or the proprietors of tanning salons....
| Dec 20, 2012
| 11:08 AM
I'm too tired to dazzle you with my introductory paragraph today, so let's cut to the chase, as they say. Here again are some numbers, facts, figures and tidbits that have been swirling around in my head for the last week or so. Enjoy:
140-47: That would...
| Dec 20, 2012
| 12:28 PM
I am writing in response to Adam Obest's letter (A time for civilized debate …) which appeared in The Aegis Dec. 19. He stated, "Our society glorifies murder: in the movies, in video games, in all the downright desensitizing...
| Aug 3, 2012
| 4:52 PM
Ian Hesford, his face and body painted in bold swirls, stretched his arms out toward his bandmates. The six members of Telesma joined hands and lifted their voices, finding the key for the performance. Then they took their places. Hesford headed toward...
| Aug 8, 2012
| 9:34 AM
It has taken 28 months, but former Virginia Techmen’s basketball player Allan Chaney is finally poised to suit up for another Division I basketball program.
The Baltimore native, who learned last August he would never be able to play for the Hokies...
| Aug 18, 2012
| 3:58 PM
Standing in the living room of his mother's Belair-Edison home late one summer evening, Allan Chaney raised his plain white T-shirt below his collarbone. He had just been asked to show his chest, to reveal the remnants of a more than two-year ordeal...
| Nov 25, 2012
| 7:15 AM
Lawrence Guyot, a civil rights leader who survived jailhouse beatings in the Deep South in the 1960s and went on to encourage generations to get involved, has died. He was 73.
Guyot had a history of heart problems and suffered from diabetes, and died...
| Nov 28, 2012
| 4:48 PM
Nobody believed Liu Fang, born with half a heart and abandoned in a village west of Beijing, would survive long after being adopted by a Baltimore County family. Even the Bartlinskis, deeply religious Catholics, expected the girl's lungs would fail even...
| Oct 8, 2012
| 5:35 AM
This week's episode opened with Emily dreaming about her mother, who then morphed into Victoria. Talk about going from a pleasant dream to a nightmare.
When Nolan tries to wake Emily from her nap she manages to strangle him in her sleep -- the list of...
| Apr 20, 2012
| 5:39 PM
Last fall, as Perry Hall's junior varsity field hockey team played at Catonsville High, Gator freshman Breanna Sudano suddenly collapsed in cardiac arrest with 30 seconds left in a 2-1 victory. Sudano, who had scored both goals, lay motionless on the turf...