Health officials are investigating after three students at the University of Maryland at College Park were sickened with salmonella, school officials said Friday.
University of Maryland wins $200 million grant to develop flu vaccine that will work for years at a time
The University of Maryland won a federal grant worth more than $200 million to develop a universal flu vaccine.
The parent company of Giant Food said Thursday it plans to restrict toxic chemicals in food packaging and beauty products at its 2,000 grocery stores nationwide.
Johns Hopkins not renewing contract under which medical school has trained ICE agents for emergencies
Johns Hopkins University announced Thursday that it would end its contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement to train agents in emergency medical response situations.
Those who buy their health insurance on Maryland's exchange will see premium declines for a second year in a row.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings of Baltimore missed a high-profile hearing of the committee he chairs because of a medical procedure.
It’s hard to pick the most amazing thing about Tina Marchese.Is it that she relishes participating in Spartan races, a combination obstacle course and endurance test that would leave most normal mortals begging for mercy? Or is it that she started doing Spartans after she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2016, and has no intention of letting up anytime soon?
Maryland’s opioid-related deaths dropped during the first half of the year, including those linked to fentanyl, according to new state figures that show a bit of relief from the overdose crisis that is still claiming close to 200 lives a month in the state.
An Associated Press investigation shows a dark side to booming sales of the cannabis extract CBD. Some people are substituting cheap and dangerous street drugs for the real thing.
Sister Paula Marie Phelan, who founded the Medical School of Technology at Mercy Medical Center, has died at age 105.
Ex-Baltimore health commissioner Leana Wen, Planned Parenthood spar over benefits, confidentiality clause
Former Baltimore health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen on Saturday said Planned Parenthood is withholding severance pay and health benefits owed to her under her contract in an effort to get her to sign a burdensome confidentiality agreement on her way out the door, after less than a year serving as the organization’s president and CEO.
Seven medical cannabis users in Maryland have come forward to report unexplained respiratory symptoms since the state’s Medical Cannabis Commission asked users and providers to alert regulators of any lung problems in light of the mounting cases of illnesses locally and nationally linked to vaping.
Nearly half the states and some 2,000 local governments have agreed to a tentative settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over the toll of the nation's opioid crisis.
Dr. Samuel I. Benesh, a Pikesville physician who was on the staffs of Sinai and Northwest hospitals and trained interns, has died.
Too much white bread and pasta fed to at-risk kids under age 5 could increase their odds of developing celiac disease, a new international study has concluded.
Executive director of Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission to resign as industry continues to expand
Joy A. Strand, the executive director of Maryland's medical marijuana commission, has announced her resignation, effective Oct. 1.
‘Did I miss him asking for help?’ After death of Ocean City chef, a look at suicide in restaurant industry
For Jody Wright and other employees in the restaurant industry, chef Travis Wright’s recent death by suicide was a reminder of the pressures so many face in the field, and the challenges of staying sane while working 12-hour days or more. “The pendulum swings. It’s either fantastic or really tough,” said Jody Wright, who is fighting to keep open Shark on the Harbor, the Ocean City restaurant they ran together.
Bob Chance is closing Carol's Western Wear in Glen Burnie because the potential cost of long-term health care for his father has caused him to choose family over business.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is launching a new psychedelic research center aimed at studying the health and wellness uses of a class of illegal drugs that produce profound changes in consciousness in users.
Dr. Francis D. ‘Frank’ Milligan, pioneering Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist who practiced for 49 years, dies
Dr. Francis D. “Frank” Milligan, a retired Baltimore gastroenterologist who worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died Aug. 20 at his Roland Park Place home.