Maryland Ranks Tenth On List Of Rudest Drivers By StateIf you're a Maryland driver, you might wonder sometimes if our state truly has the rudest drivers. According to a new report, not quite. But we're up there. 
University Of Maryland School Of Medicine, Medical Center Joint Study Says U.S. Not Ready For Next PandemicAs the Covid-19 pandemic wanes in the United States, hospitals nationwide may not be prepared for the next pandemic, according to a new study from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical Center. The study was published last month in the Journal of Healthcare Management.
Study Finds That Maryland Is The Smelliest StateMaryland has a lot to offer. Crabs with Old Bay, the beach, sports teams and deep history, just to name a few. Yet one study just found a major flaw.
Majority Of Americans Supports Measures That Could Stop Spread Of COVID-19, Johns Hopkins Survey FindsA study from Johns Hopkins researchers found the majority of Americans support measures that could stop the spread of COVID-19, like social distancing and mask wearing, but some groups continued to resist safety measures.
Coronavirus Can Survive On Some Fabrics For 72 Hours In A Lab, Study FindsA new study has found that the novel coronavirus can survive on some forms of fabric and transmit to other surfaces for up to 72 hours in a laboratory setting.
Vitamin C, Zinc Don't Lessen COVID-19 Symptoms, Study FindsThe findings were so unimpressive that the study was stopped early.
Maryland Among 'Most Moved From' States In 2020, Study SaysMaryland is among the top 10 states people moved away from in 2020, according to a new study.
Loneliness Can Help Grow Parts Of Brain Tied To Imagination, Study FindsAs many people face the prospect of being alone for the holidays, new science is showing how loneliness might actually help build structures in the brain tied to imagination.
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.
School Warnings About Children's Weight Don't Work, Study SaysThe letter or report card is from your child's school, but this grade doesn't have anything to do with school performance or behavior. Instead, it's a measure of your child's body mass index or BMI -- designed to warn you when your child is overweight or obese.
More Women Than Men Struggle To Fall Asleep In Both Europe And The US, Study FindsA new study comparing poor sleep among more than a million adults and children in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and the United States found women experience more insomnia problems than men in all three countries.