Thousands of people go to Baltimore methadone clinics for a daily dose of the addiction treatment drug. Often doors are locked and there are guards and cameras, though there are few government or industry security requirements.
The Maryland Department of Health website provides a calendar of free training sessions on how to administer naloxone, an antidote to an opioid overdose. A session typically includes a free dose of naloxone, also known under the brand name of Narcan, to take home
Big retail, office development begins adjacent to new University of Maryland hospital in Prince George’s
A big new complex of offices, shops and apartments has gotten underway around the site of a new University of Maryland hospital in Prince George's County.
Students in middle and high schools across America thought they had found a way around cafeteria “cuisine” and boring brown-bag lunches: just hit up delivery services and get takeout food sent to their schools. Now, citing security and nuisance concerns, school districts from California to Delaware are cracking down.
An animal rights group has filed a complaint against Johns Hopkins University for what it describes as botched surgeries on nine dogs that led to their paralysis and euthanasia.
Dr. Harrold T. Elberfeld, a retired obstetrician and gynecologist who collected vintage tractors, dies
Dr. Harrold T. Elberfeld, a retired Baltimore gynecologist-obstetrician who enjoyed collecting vintage farm tractors and blacksmithing, has died at age 79.
Former Baltimore Mayor Pugh trying ‘to put together a normal life’ after Healthy Holly scandal, friends say
Friends of former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh says her health has improved, but she’s continuing to keep a low public profile until the investigations concerning her self-published book deals are complete.
Dr. Douglas B. Tang, a retired Walter Reed Army Institute Research statistician and collector of railroad memorabilia, has died at age 81.
Claude D. Watts Jr., director of facilities services for Kaiser Foundation Plan’s Mid-Atlantic region, dies
Claude D. Watts Jr., a health care executive for Kaiser Foundation Plan's Middle Atlantic Region, has died at age 63.
Maryland is among 17 states and Washington, D.C. to enact a 'red flag' law to prevent gun violence. A Johns Hopkins professors explains how they came to be and why more might be in the works.
Lisa Robinson, a registered nurse who was a professor of psychiatric nursing at the University of Maryland School of Nursing and an assistant professor at the University of Maryland Medical School, died July 5.
The University of Maryland School of Medicine appointed Dr. Christine Lau as the first woman in its history to head the department of surgery. She also was named chief of surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
Baltimore has fewer rats than D.C., and other important facts about the city’s long history fighting rodents
Experts say Baltimore's neighborhoods struggling with rodents are often victims of poverty, racist housing policies and problematic urban planning.
Maryland health officials are investigating a spike in reported cases of Cyclospora, a microscopic parasite that causes intestinal infection.
Dr. Sinisa Urban, a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, resigned under pressure after sexual misconduct finding
Researchers at Johns Hopkins will lead a study of acute flaccid myelitis, a condition that has caused increasing cases of paralysis in children in Maryland and around the country.
3D-printed organs are in early research stages. Here’s how Baltimore doctors are using the technology
3D printing technology is becoming increasingly commonplace in medical settings as it helps doctors plan surgeries, form custom implants and prostheses.
Talk of massive settlement begins as lawsuits against opioid industry mount in Maryland and elsewhere
More than two dozen cities and counties in Maryland have joined 2,000 around the country in filing lawsuits against the opioid industry, spurring talk of an unprecedented settlement.
Joined by members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, national union leaders staged a noisy — and musical — rally Saturday calling on Johns Hopkins Hospital to stop suing low-income patients to collect debt.
The University of Maryland School of Medicine will receive $750,000 in federal funds to train more doctors for posts in rural areas, where the nationwide shortage of doctors in most acute.
Dr. Leana Wen still calls Baltimore home. As the ousted head of Planned Parenthood decides what to do next, some in Baltimore believe her broad approach could open doors here or elsewhere.
A new Perry Hall facility designed to replicate a 1950s-style “town square” will soon offer an alternative daytime care option for seniors experiencing the effects of aging or cognitive impairment.