Baltimore Health Commissioner Posts Statement On ACA LawsuitThe health commissioner of Baltimore City made a statement Thursday in a Facebook post about the suit filed against the Trump administration for "intentionally and unlawfully sabotaging the Affordable Care Act.
Maryland Health Leaders Discuss Proposals To Make Prescription Drugs More AffordableMaryland's health leaders will join community groups from across the state on Wednesday in endorsing the Maryland Health Care For All! Coalition's new proposals.
20-Year Gap In Life Expectancy Between Richer, Poorer Areas Of BaltimoreNew numbers show, in Baltimore, your life expectancy really depends on where you grew up.
The State Continues to Battle Increasing Drug Abuse ProblemMaryland has seen it's fair share of deadly wrecks and homicides in 2016, but officials say drug overdoses are now killing far more Americans than both -- concerns that continue to grow in Baltimore City.
Bright Smiles for Baltimore City StudentsStudents at one Baltimore City School were part of a huge celebration that brought out the mayor and one of the Ravens' most celebrated players this season.
New PSA Aims to Spread Awareness of Heroin AddictionAs heroine addiction and overdoses increase across the state, Maryland officials are using the big screen to spread public awareness.
Heroin Overdose Deaths on Rise in Maryland It is an epidemic across Maryland communities. Startling new numbers show the number of overdose deaths in the state have spiked in 2016.
Baltimore City Spraying Tonight Over Zika ConcernFor the second week in a row, the Baltimore City Health Department and Maryland Department of Agriculture will expand mosquito control services in Baltimore City Sunday
A Healthy Baltimore for 2020Charm City is launching a strategic plan to improve the wellness and reduce violence in our community.
Baltimore to Spray for Mosquitoes Amid Zika ConcernsOfficials are asking residents in some parts of Baltimore to stay inside Sunday night while the city sprays to control mosquitoes.
FIRST WARNING WX: Health Dept. Declares Code Red for MondayThe Baltimore City Health Department has declared a CODE RED Heat Advisory for Monday with a heat index of up to 109 degrees possible.