New Test Determines If Surgeon Is Too Old To OperateAt the age many people retire, there are thousands of surgeons still operating on patients.
Cumberland Supports Plan For Medical Marijuana OperationA firm that has an option on part of the old Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. plant hopes to establish a medical marijuana indoor growing and processing operation there.
First Maryland Medical Marijuana Clinic Open In AnnapolisThe first specialty clinic for medical marijuana opened in Annapolis in June and has seen more than 100 prospective patients -- even though the Maryland Medical Cannabis Program isn't expected to be operational for another year.
Medical Device Manufacturer Agrees To $13.5M SettlementFederal prosecutors say a medical device manufacturer has agreed to pay the U.S. $13.5 million over allegations of false claims for the company's devices.
Maryland State Senator Plans To Introduce Right-To-Die BillA Maryland state senator says he'll introduce a bill this year to make it legal for Maryland doctors to help terminally ill patients end their own lives.
Baltimore Doctor In Mali Administering First Trials Of Ebola VaccineEbola could be the next AIDS. That's the warning from America's top health official. World leaders are working to control the spread of the virus.
Johns Hopkins Workers Ratify New Labor ContractMembers of a union representing 2,000 hospital workers have approved a labor contract with Johns Hopkins Hospital after months of contentious negotiations.
Hip Hip Hooray! Hippodrome Hosts Match Day For Md. Medical StudentsIt's the perfect match. Today dozens of University of Maryland medical students learn the next step in their careers as they're paired with residences.
Md. Lawmakers Pro-Medical Marijuana Want To Include Treatment For ChildrenSome lawmakers are hoping to jump-start Maryland's stalled medical marijuana program and include treatment for children.
2 Plead Guilty To Stealing Patients' Personal InfoTwo women have pleaded guilty to stealing more than $990,000 in merchandise using personal information obtained from patients in medical offices where one of women worked.
Mistrial Declared In Wrongful Stent Suit; Jury Couldn't Reach Verdict On DamagesThe malpractice case against former St. Joseph doctor Mark Midei ended in a mistrial late Wednesday evening. Jurors failed to agree on how much to award a prominent patient who says Midei cost him tens of millions of dollars in deals.
Still No Verdict On Damage Amount In Midei Wrongful Stent SuitFor the second consecutive day, the jury-- weighing what damages should be awarded to a Maryland businessman for an unnecessary medical procedure-- sent out a note saying that it could not come to a unanimous verdict.