Hundreds of people came out for an annual race in honor of Ravens retired linebacker and senior adviser O.J. Brigance to raise money for Lou Gehrig's disease.
Baltimore officials will announce an initiative on Monday meant to give the city’s 11 hospitals incentive to play a bigger role in ending the opioid epidemic. The plan calls for implementing best practices for hospitals to use when they are faced with patients who overdose or have problems with...
Dr. Kofi Boahene at Johns Hopkins Hospital has come up with surgery to help people with facial paralysis smile again.
The rate of children on the autism spectrum in Maryland jumped to one in 50 in the latest report released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the disorder’s prevalence. It was one in 55 two years ago. Nationwide, the CDC reported the rate increased to one in 59 children...
A new hospital safety report by Leapfrog found that the overall performance of Maryland hospitals has improved.
People around the world, including in Maryland, are participating in a program called Rock Steady Boxing designed to manage the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
The Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team performed the world’s first transplant of a penis and scrotum on a wounded soldier.
Hospital emergency rooms in Maryland are being overwhelmed by a big jump in patients with mental health and substance-use issues.