Health Care

Wen Back in D.C. for Work After Planned Parenthood Departure

Maryland’s Leana Wen is headed back to Washington, D.C. – for work that is.A month after she departed as national president of Planned Parenthood,...

Lawmakers Still Have More Questions Than Answers on Marijuana Legalization

States banking on a consistent flow of revenue from the legalization of marijuana should slow their roll, according to a new report. That’s because...

Planned Parenthood: Withdrawal from Title X Won’t Impact Abortion Rights in Md.

Maryland residents who rely on Planned Parenthood for family planning and other health care needs will not be impacted by the organization’s decision to withdraw from...

Volunteers Tapped to Set Policy for Reaching Uninsured

A group of volunteer health care experts will help the state launch a new program intended to reduce the number of state residents who lack health...

Maryland Next-Gen 9-1-1 Plans to Get Federal Funding Boost

Maryland’s next-generation 9-1-1 plans are getting a boost from a federal grant.The National Telecommunications and Information Administration and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced more than...

Survey: Md. Surpasses Most Neighbors in Quality of Health Care

When it comes to health care, Maryland is a top-tier state, according to a new survey.The state ranked fourth for lowest-cost health care, 21st...

Van Hollen Seeks Answers From Army After Ft. Detrick Lab Shutdown

A U.S. senator from Maryland wants more answers about what led to the shutdown of a high-level military laboratory – and what needs to...
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Van Hollen Seeks Answers From Army After Ft. Detrick Lab Shutdown

A U.S. senator from Maryland wants more answers about what led to the shutdown of a high-level military laboratory – and what needs to...

Adventist HealthCare Opening State of the Art Hospital in 2 Weeks

Patients at the gleaming new Adventist HealthCare hospital in northern Silver Spring will find themselves being cared for in rooms that were designed primarily...

Report: Maryland Makes Strides in Cancer Prevention Policies

More than 1.7 million Americans will be newly diagnosed with cancer in 2019, but a report from the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network...