Studies Show New 3D Digital Mammogram Can Detect Cancer EarlierA groundbreaking move in breast cancer detection. That's how doctors are describing a new 3D digital mammogram test.
Judge Orders Screening For Man Who Staged Banana Peel FallA D.C. judge has ordered a psychological screening for a Maryland man accused of staging a fall on a banana peel in a Metro station elevator.
A Lesson From ’42:’ Local Students Attend Jackie Robinson Movie ScreeningSeveral hundred Anne Arundel County high school students attended a special movie screening Thursday morning, one with an important message.
Johns Hopkins Holds Free Screening For Young AthletesEach year, hundreds of young athletes die suddenly from heart conditions and many don't even know they're at risk.
Silverdocs Festival Announces Slate Of 114 FilmsOrganizers of the Silverdocs Documentary Festival in Silver Spring are announcing their slate of documentary films to be screened during the 10th annual event.
CDC Study: Rise In Autism Cases In Children Due To Better Diagnosis & ScreeningStunning new numbers are out on the rate of autism in America. It is much more prevalent than previous estimates.
Colon Cancer Screening Saves Lives, But Many People Still Don’t Get ScreenedOne in three people 50 years or older has not been screened for colon cancer, yet screening could help save their lives.
Security Restrictions At Airports Loosened For Children 12 And YoungerIn addition to the children not having to remove their shoes when they go through security, there are alternatives to the child having to be patted down.
EARLY DETECTION & SCREENINGThe question of screening is a personal and complex one. It’s important for each man to talk with his doctor about whether prostate cancer screening is right for him.
Airport Security Program May Shorten Lines For Frequent TravelersStarting this fall, the TSA will pre-screen some frequent fliers then provide them access to expedited security in the trusted traveler program.
Metro Riders Question Bag Screening PolicyDozens showed up at a Metro Riders Advisory Council on Monday evening to object to the transit agency's new random bag screening policy.
Johns Hopkins Screens Teens For Heart Disease