Some of the nation’s leading infectious-disease fighters are speaking at an event in Baltimore highlighting efforts to stop the spread of Ebola and AIDS.
When AIDS first spread, its victims were treated as outcasts. The sick found it hard to care for themselves and few people were willing to help.
The University of Maryland Schools of Dentistry and Medicine have received a $10.7 million grant over five years to study the causes, prevention and treatment of sexually-transmitted diseases.
The two artists will perform their duet “Medicine” live during the 49th annual ACM Awards this Sunday.
There’s finally a breakthrough for patients who use marijuana as medicine.
It’s taken years for Dr. Ronald Sroka, a Crofton primary care physician, to hone his skill at prescribing what he considers the right medications.
Can shaking and dancing really make you feel better?
A pill that promises to make people think sharper is now available in generic form.
Will a daily baby aspirin keep the brain young in old age?
President Obama’s re-election guarantees that the health reform law will continue rolling out.
Maryland insurance officials have activated emergency regulations to require health insurance carriers to waive timing restrictions on coverage for renewal of prescription medications.
The lack of access to modern medical equipment in developing counties results in the deaths of millions of people. Grad students at Hopkins are on a path to change that.