New research suggests that light drinking during pregnancy may not be harmful.
Following the lawsuit that brought national attention to Maryland farmers, a group of academics is working to find out what legal resources the stewards of Maryland’s largest industry may want.
You’d probably be happier behind the wheel of a BMW than a Ferrari.
Doctors say it’s never too late to lose weight, but a new Johns Hopkins study shows the sooner you peel the pounds, the better for your heart.
A special workgroup in the House of Delegates has been formed to study the regional strengths and opportunities in the Baltimore region.
People were shown pictures of a man with hair, next to the same guy without. Baldness won for power.
Widely used UV nail lamps are highly unlikely to cause skin cancer, even if used weekly for 250 years.
Are vitamins and asthma related?
A large review of 47 studies does not support premenstrual negative mood syndrome.
Patients suffering from incurable forms of cancer maintain hope of survival if they are receiving chemotherapy or other treatments for their diseases, despite the deadliness of their illnesses, a new study found.
A new study from Johns Hopkins researchers suggests tightening gun control policies could save lives, but it reignites debate and fierce criticism from gun rights advocates.
Upping the price on lighting up lowered the number of teen smokers in Maryland. A new tax aims to do the same thing with cheaper tobacco products.