So far, only three cases of Ebola have been diagnosed on U.S. soil. But after missteps in the initial response and fears over hospitals not being prepared, panic over a possible outbreak is growing.
Cancer tumors doctors couldn’t touch may soon become fair game.
Growing concerns throughout the U.S. over the deadly Ebola virus. This, as we’re learning just how many people have been exposed to the virus from the first person diagnosed on U.S. soil.
Baltimore City Police are investigating a shooting that left one man wounded Tuesday morning.
Researchers at the Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) at Fort Detrick are planning a study on an experimental drug that was given to two American aid workers to treat the Ebola virus.
Mending broken voices. That’s the specialty of a new treatment center opening at GBMC.
Some lawmakers are hoping to jump-start Maryland’s stalled medical marijuana program and include treatment for children.
Maryland’s Board of Public Works has approved $35 million in funding to upgrade sewage treatment plants and septic systems.
Advocates for medical marijuana in the District of Columbia say the city’s strict rules are having a chilling effect on the use of the drug.
A potential treatment for traumatic brain injuries may be tested in retired professional football players, who are the focus of concern over blows to the head.
Two major hospitals in the District of Columbia are hoping to start offering an expensive, cutting-edge type of cancer treatment.
A Maryland state delegate who has admitted being under the influence of alcohol during a powerboat crash last summer says he’s sought treatment.