Maryland’s health department wants medical providers to know federal money is available for them, if they implement or upgrade technology for medical health records.
The breathalyzer — technically a brand name that, like Jello, Xerox, and Dumpster has gradually become genericized — was invented in the early 20th century for police purposes. But scientists have recently discovered a new […]
For women about to go into labor on this Labor Day, some doctors want to remind moms about the benefits of vaginal births over C-sections.
The feasibility of a new $600 million Prince George’s County medical center will be studied by a state, university and county partnership.
With the warmer weather comes more people exercising. But with an aging population, pain keeps many from doing what they love.
Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution revolutionized biology, but the health problems that plagued the British naturalist for decades are not as well known. Doctors will examine Darwin’s painful illness and death at a conference in Baltimore on Friday.
Hundreds of intensive care unit patients may be alive, thanks in part to a University of Maryland Medical Center study.
To pay back soaring medical school loans, many new doctors are taking up specialties that pay more than primary care, but primary care is what most people need.