AACo. Schools Use Robots For Students Who Can't Physically Attend ClassAnne Arundel County Schools has begun using robots to help students who, for any number of reasons, cannot physically attend class.
Md. Hospital Shuts Down NICU Again Over Deadly Bacteria For the second time in three months, a Maryland hospital has shut down its neonatal intensive care unit after babies tested positive for potentially deadly bacteria.
Man Charged In Teen's Death Had Left Secure Medical CenterA man charged with killing a 13-year-old had been on the run after walking away from a hospital for patients with psychological conditions.
Up to 1 In 5 Trauma Deaths Could Be Prevented, Study SaysUp to 1 in 5 people may be dying unnecessarily from car crashes, gunshots or other injuries, a stark conclusion from government advisers who say where you live shouldn't determine if you survive. The findings take on new urgency amid the increasing threat of mass casualties like the massacre in Orlando.
Maryland Health Regulators Approve Hospital Rates IncreaseState health regulators have approved an increase in Maryland hospital rates.
Muhammad Ali, Who Riveted The World As 'The Greatest,' DiesMuhammad Ali has died according to a statement released by his family. He was 74.
Health Dept. Says Hopkins Patient Does Not Have EbolaA patient under evaluation at Johns Hopkins after reporting a fever following a trip to West Africa does not have Ebola.
Hopkins Patient Under Evaluation For Fever After Returning From West AfricaA patient is undergoing evaluation at Johns Hopkins Hospital, complaining of fever after recently returning from West Africa.
Johns Hopkins Adds Groundbreaking Dimension To Patient SafetyThe hospital system hopes to lower the risk of surgical complications by applying new standards to surgeons
Lockdown Over At Anne Arundel Medical CenterThe modified lockdown is over at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
Escaped Va. Prisoner Captured By Police After Escaping HospitalFugitive captured. A prisoner who escaped from a northern Virginia hospital, triggering a manhunt involving hundreds of police and federal agents, is now back behind bars.
NIH: Condition Of American Ebola Patient ImprovesThe American receiving treatment for Ebola at a Maryland hospital is improving.