Non-Fatal Drug Overdoses In Children Under 15 On The Rise, Study FindsWhile overall drug overdoses among youth are infrequent, non-fatal overdoses were on the rise in children under the age of 15 between 2016 and 2019, a new study finds.
Baltimore County Puts Signs Around Area To Track Opioid Overdoses And DeathsBaltimore County is combatting opioid overdoses with information.
Student Hospitalized After 4 Girls Caught Vaping, 'Dabbing' At Westminster High SchoolOne student was hospitalized after having adverse effects to drugs ingested at Westminster High School Thursday.
Drug Awareness Program For Elementary School Students To Begin In Harford Co.It can seem overwhelming, with a steady stream of opioids and a rising number of overdoses and deaths flowing through Maryland.
Baltimore Observes International Overdose Awareness DayThere were 2,000 opioid-related deaths in Maryland. Baltimore has the highest death toll for accidental overdoses in the state.
Maryland Hospitals Working To Cut Down Over-Prescribing Opioids78 Americans die every day from opioid overdoses. Many become addicted after a doctor prescribes the drugs for a medical condition.
Skyrocketing Opioid Overdoses Can Be Traced To ChinaJust released numbers show a skyrocketing and record number of Marylanders dying from drug overdoses.
More Than 2,000 Died Of Drug Overdoses In Maryland In 2016More than 2,000 people died of drug and alcohol overdoses in Maryland last year, an increase of 66 percent over 2015.
Carfentanil Blamed For 3 Recent Deaths In MarylandThe drug carfentanil, an elephant tranquilizer, has shown up in the autopsies of three Marylanders.
Seven People Overdose In Two Hours In Carroll County FridayThe Carroll County Health Department says seven people were found to have overdosed on Friday within a two-hour time span.
How Health Officials Plan To Stop 'Steep Increase' In Overdose DeathsIt's a number that continues to spike. Roughly 1,200 people died from drug overdose statewide last year, and close to half of those were in Baltimore City.
Baltimore County Planning Drug Overdose Response TrainingThe Baltimore County Department of Health is offering a free, two-hour training course on how to prevent and respond to certain drug overdoses.