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We recognize that the Baltimore city health commissioner plays a vital role in ensuring that Baltimoreans have equal opportunity to access high-quality health care…

Flanked by Maryland residents who’ve seen their prescription drug prices spike in recent years, gubernatorial hopeful Benjamin T. Jealous (D) on Monday released a drug…

Four retired state employees sued the state Monday, charging that changes to their prescription drug benefits are illegal. The suit, filed in Baltimore City…

My opponent, David Trone, is wrong on how best to combat the opioid epidemic that is devastating families here in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District….

While Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and legislative leaders on Wednesday hailed federal approval of a plan to stabilize Maryland’s health insurance markets,…

As the national debate escalates over stripping federal funding from organizations that counsel women to get abortions, Maryland is now legally prepared to step…

Maryland Health Secretary Robert R. Neall on Thursday installed two public health veterans in key positions within the agency. Neall announced that Howard Haft…

There is a wide pay gap between male and female physicians in Maryland – and Maryland physicians earn less on average than physicians do…

“Necessity is the mother of invention.” Jillian Copeland of Rockville likes to quote this proverb, often attributed to Plato. But she adds her own twist,…

Annie Taubenfeld is a 27-year-old from Baltimore with three part-time jobs. She collects and washes eggs at a farm, sorts and folds clothes at…