Doctors Rule Menstrual Cramps Can Be As Painful As Heart AttacksDysmenorrhea, better known as cramps, is a painful menstruation that can be severe enough to interrupt the daily routine of one in five women
40 Percent Of Doctors, Nurses Go To Work With The Flu, Survey FindsAccording to a survey of nearly 2,000 healthcare professionals, over 40 percent who say they've worked while sick actually had the flu as they met patients.
Doctors Rarely Clean Potentially Virus-Carrying Stethoscopes, Study FindsAccording to a Yale study, doctors rarely, if ever, sterilize their potentially virus-carrying stethoscopes.
Harvard Study On NFL Player Safety Calls For Outside DoctorsA new Harvard University study says the NFL should stop using doctors paid by the team to determine whether players are able to come back from an injury.
Husband And Wife Physicians Convicted Of Health Care FraudTwo Potomac doctors who owned and operated a pain management clinic have been convicted of health care fraud.
License Revocation Stands For Maryland Right-To-Die DoctorA Maryland judge has refused to reinstate a medical license for a co-founder of the Final Exit Network.
Johns Hopkins Adds Groundbreaking Dimension To Patient SafetyThe hospital system hopes to lower the risk of surgical complications by applying new standards to surgeons
New Health Center To Open In CatonsvilleIn just a few weeks, a new era of health care begins in the Baltimore area.
Med Students At Johns Hopkins Learn Residency On 'Match Day'It’s the day that students work so hard for, it's called Match Day--and medical students throughout the country find out where they will do their residency and become doctors.
Future Doctors Group Began At Broadneck HighPaxton Paganelli, 17, has always wanted to be a doctor. The Broadneck High School senior is applying to several pre-med track programs at top-ranked universities nationwide.
Md. Doctor Arrives in Nebraska for Ebola Treatment A Maryland doctor arrives in Nebraska today to receive treatment for Ebola.
Md. Doctors Take Orthopedic Skills To NicaraguaFor one week in a 6 million-person city in Nicaragua, a team of 33 medical professionals from America with specialties in orthopedics took to one hospital with $2 million worth of medical equipment and prosthetics.