The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) is calling attention to a Maryland bill just signed into law. Maryland public schools will now have emergency doses of potentially life-saving Epinephrine on hand for children with food allergies.
Within their home office, Jill and Jim Kopernick have everything they need to learn about drugs. Earlier this year, the Annapolis couple became the Maryland contractor for Mobile Drug Testing, an agency that provides door-to-door testing services. As a result, they get a steady supply of instant test kits that can detect the presence of marijuana, cocaine, opiates and other drugs.
Law enforcement authorities say 13 people have been arrested after being indicted as part of a network that distributed cocaine in the Washington area.
A Virginia man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison in a plot to import heroin and cocaine aboard a cruise ship.
A $2.4 billion prescription drug contract for state employees was approved in a split vote Wednesday by the Maryland Board of Public Works, one of the largest contracts to come before the three-member panel.
A Baltimore drug kingpin has pleaded guilty to laundering heroin proceeds and tax fraud.
Authorities in Hagerstown are holding 26-year-old John Titus of Williamsport and 31-year-old Sean Andrews of Hagerstown on multimillion-dollar bonds.
Some prisoners already serving time should benefit from a new law that lowers sentences for crack cocaine offenses, but only if their crimes did not involve weapons and they do not have lengthy arrest records, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday.
Awakening from a coma is often seen as a miracle. But in some specialized programs here in Maryland, miracles seem to happen more often. Unorthodox therapies in “awakening centers” are bringing people back to life.
The world of professional cycling is reeling after the bombshell “60 Minutes” interview with a former teammate of Lance Armstrong’s.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is signing a bill to create a prescription drug monitoring program in Maryland.
Tom Zbikowski’s manager said Tuesday the Baltimore Ravens safety is appealing a positive drug test administered after a weekend boxing match in Oklahoma.