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.
Are kids reaching puberty earlier because of higher levels of obesity or chemicals in food and water?
More than 80 percent of adult smokers began smoking before the age of 18.
At least a quarter of Americans may see gas consumption as their biggest energy expense.
Twenty-seven minutes. That’s how much extra sleep a school-aged child needs per night to be more productive the following day.
A new government study found that drunk driving among U.S. teens is declining due to gas prices.
A new survey shows students graduating from colleges and universities in the Baltimore area are more likely to stay and work here instead of moving out of the region.
Tapping into natural gas supplies by fracking has brought promise to energy independence, and some say, real problems for those who live next door to the process.
Electronic cigarettes do not appear to be bad for your heart, according to the first study to look at the effects.
Thousands of students across the state packed their backpacks and headed off for the first day of school Monday. Some city students started the year off in a new building, while Baltimore County school leaders are trying to relieve overcrowding.