Trapped and in disbelief, freelance photographer Max Robinson began chronicling the storm on Twitter with videos, photos and commentary. His account went viral and even got the attention of media outlets.
Many Marylanders would again pay more for monthly health premiums than their mortgages under rate increases requested by insurers for plans to be sold on the state’s health insurance exchange. Requested increases range from 18.5 percent to 91.4 percent.
Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen is the latest to warn about the dangers of synthetic marijuana after four people in the state this month were hospitalized for extreme bleeding after taking the drugs.
After one year back in Baltimore, the Susan G. Komen Maryland Race for the Cure, which raises money for breast cancer research, will move to Columbia this fall to what organizers called a more centralized location that they hope will attract more people from throughout the state.
The decision to close the pediatric emergency room at Medstar Franklin Square hospital has caused an uproar from the community and hospital staff, who say MedStar has abandoned its mission to serve the community in the pursuit of profits.
An independent audit has found that a program to curb health spending in Maryland has saved hundreds of million of dollars in its first three years, but another study found no direct link between the program and any cost savings or reduced hospital use by patients in its pilot years.
There's the g we typically write (with an open hook) and the typeset version that appears in books, newspapers, product labels and other printed materials. A study by Johns Hopkins University found that most people don't know there were two versions.
Doctors have made progress in recent years to reduce the prescription of methadone to fight pain amid efforts to reduce use of the drug after a spate of overdose deaths, a study by The Pew Charitable Trusts found.
One day after Under Armour notified users of a security breach of a fitness app, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield said Friday it was victimized by another sort of computer attack — a “phishing” email scheme
City and state officials plan to announce Wednesday that they’ve secured funding for a stabilization center, a safe place where drug users can go so they are not taking up hospital beds, in Baltimore. The center, the first in Maryland, will be located at the old Hebrew Orphan Asylum on Rayner Avenue.