There are seven research spots around the world that have the high designation of International Centers of Excellence for Malaria Research. Baltimore-based universities have two of them, and both just received new grants to keep the work of stopping the disease going. Read More →
The Amazing Race will take place on Friday, May 12, 2017, 12:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in Clifton Park, and at Clifton Mansion (2701 Saint Lo. Drive, Baltimore, MD 21213). The day’s activities will be followed by an awards ceremony and Baltimore’s Biggest Outdoor Happy Hour which lasts until 8:00 p.m. with music, food trucks and fun with your friends, family, and colleagues. Read More →
With Mother’s Day next month, it’s time to start thinking about women, particularly about women’s health. Today, aging successfully is in focus more than ever, and it’s become apparent that there are some health risks that are more common in women than men. Read More →
The University of Maryland Medical Center and School of Medicine are building a $56 million ambulatory care center on the medical center’s Midtown Campus.
Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen has some serious concerns with Republican lawmakers’ proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act.
Lawmakers are very interested in what the now-retired Baltimore Bullet has to say about doping in international sports.
Could the legalization of same-sex marriage have helped to reduce suicide attempts by U.S. high schoolers? A new study by researchers from Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School suggests so.
For many people, getting older presents unique challenges, and facing it often means decreased mobility and independence. Read More →
City Health Commissioner Leana Wen is doing everything in her power to fend off a boom in opioid abuse around Baltimore. This week, her department announced it had achieved a new milestone with one of her chief strategies.
A bunch of smart scientists sampled 400 fast food wrappers and boxes and found that many of the big fast food chains have used unhealthy fluorinated chemicals in their packaging. The group published its findings in Environmental Science & Technology Letters. Their conclusion helps to explain how we all have “fluorinated chemicals” in our blood. Read More →
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