Attorneys for Baltimore have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the constitutionality of a lower court’s decision that pregnancy clinics cannot be required to disclose to patients in their waiting area that they don’t provide abortions.
An annual look at people’s health by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute found Montgomery County is the healthiest and Baltimore City the unhealthiest in the state.
Medical students from Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland join thousands of medical students across the country for Match Day, a rite of passage where they learn where they will do their residencies.
Tens of millions of African-Americans are disproportionately affected by chronic kidney disease. African Americans are three times more likely than whites to have the disease. While they make up 13.2 percent of the U.S. population, they account for more than 35 percent of those on dialysis.
BGE has restored power to most households in the Baltimore area, with about 65,000 still remaining in the dark Sunday morning after a wind storm sent trees toppling into utility lines Friday and Saturday.
Johns Hopkins University joined a growing number of among universities and colleges around the country in publicly assuring high school students that their admissions chances won’t be hurt if they protest gun violence.
A study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has found a court decision in 2006 resulted in a significant drop in prosecutions of background check violations meant to prevent criminals from getting guns.
The United Arab Emirates has gifted Johns Hopkins Medicine $50 million to create a global stroke center to come up with better ways to treat a disease that kills and disables millions of people in both countries.