Charles Anders, 79, volunteer, Army colonel
Junius Richard Jayewardene,90, a former Sri Lankan...
Survey checks health of residents Head of panel calls data 'very good'
Knut Ra, 53, epidemiologist, Hopkins Symphony violinist
Sampras works out, declared OK to play But tired top seed skips interviews, prepares for rested Ivanisevic
Genetics' impact on adoption records Health: Advances in gene research strengthen the case for adoptees who want to know their birth parents' medical history.
Catherine M.F. Lyles, 90, started black Girl...
Physician considers obesity a genetic disease; Weight:...
Muwaffaq al-Allaf, 70, a former Syrian negotiator...
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Genvec, Scios pool efforts on new drug Artery-growth factor may lessen bypass surgery
Helen Kreis Wallenda,85, the last member of...
GenVec therapy undergoing human trial Rockville company seeking approval for cancer treatment; Biotechnology
Here's a tip: Spring forward to seasonal asparagus
Study of vitamin E leads to 'cautious optimism'
Castaways set sail on trip of a lifetime Weighing anchors: Some professionals from the Annapolis area make a break from this town -- leaving jobs, homes and responsibilities behind.
Food wisdom is found in an Asian pyramid
Putting human genes on the map Biological cartographers: Imagine mapping a human being's entire genetic makeup, with its 50,000 to 100,000 genes.
Tidings of little joy for Santa Job-related stress, weight pose health risk, medical reports say
Fabian Linden, 79, an economist who developed...
Nutrition does not live by RDAs alone
Celebs help King raise money for transplants
Raymond C. Dannettel, 92, BGE engineerRaymond C....
W. Thomas Costello, 73, Baltimore firefighterW. Thomas...
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There's no known way to prevent breast cancer
Pope's health draws concern Plans are modified for visit, but pontiff makes no concessions
A pot of gold: Coffee's clean bill of health
GenVec cancer therapy approved by key panel
For diet-conscious men, here's a quiz on nutrition
Hopkins Hospital gets $20 million donation
The bounty of summer is a boon to health
Gene that can devastate is found at last
There are three approaches to screening for early detection of colon cancer
Woman's Death from Cancer Leads to Lawsuit Attacking HMOs' Finances
An unusual AIDS patient
To older people, cure can be more fearful than the illness
The Price of Cost-Effective Care
Sinnott named to Deerfield advisory panelLaura Fique...
Hopkins to inject patients with own cancerous cells
Genetic cancer tests going on sale
Friedl Pfeifer, 83, a founder of the...
CaRES announces January schedule
Community college to discuss financial aid for students
Tougher nutritional labeling a victory for the consumer
Pruning civil dockets
Researchers try using the body's internal clock to give medicines a boost TIME TO HEAL
Development agency's chief a quintessential American success story BUILDING BALTIMORE'S ECONOMY: TROUBLE AT THE TOP
Dr. David Rogers, medical educator and pioneer in health care reform
Family medical history is vital but often unknown