Embracing medical marijuana. One of the most high profile doctors in the nation reverses his position on the controversial treatment.
About 60 years ago, a doctor at Johns Hopkins Hospital removed cancer cells from a poor, black patient named Henrietta Lacks without telling her. Those cells eventually led to many life-saving medical treatments.
While cancer patients in Maryland continue to risk arrest for buying marijuana, neighboring Washington D.C. opens its first marijuana dispensaries.
The family of a Baltimore man who died in police custody speaks out. Meanwhile, police say the officers involved are still on active duty despite an internal investigation.
The Senate gave unanimous preliminary approval to the bill to provide medical marijuana to qualified patients.
The Maryland General Assembly is poised for another landmark decision this session, giving patients access to marijuana.
Friday is Match Day. It’s one of the most important days in the lives of medical students.
The small hotel-sized rooms are still empty of beds and the other trappings that eventually will grace the new building across from Anne Arundel Medical Center.
The pill should go over-the-counter according to some within the medical community.
Hospitals and doctors’ offices across the country are tacking extra fees onto your bill.
With up to four doctors seeing an average of 170 patients each day in Western Maryland Regional Medical Center’s emergency department, it is nice to have a helping hand, especially one with good penmanship.
Lawyers for a former University of Virginia lacrosse player facing murder charges in the death of a member of the women’s team are seeking access to her medical records.