Nearly 26 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes, outpacing cancer, AIDS and heart disease and it affects children and adults in equal numbers.
The first signs of autism may be visible as early as the first month of a child's life, according to a study published Wednesday in the scientific journal Nature.
For four years, we've witnessed a non-stop political brawl over Obamacare.
Meredith White had just one simple request when she first learned that she had breast cancer.
If lung cancer got as much news coverage as breast and prostate cancer, Elissa Sachs-Kohen believes that fewer people would meet the same fate as her mother, who died five years ago just 10 days after her diagnosis.
Patient First wants everyone to enjoy the frightful fun this Halloween by offering free digital X-ray imaging of Halloween candy.
Listen up, procrastinators: March 31 is now the only date to circle on your Obamacare calendar.
The leaves are beginning to change color, the stores are filled with Halloween decorations, and temperatures are finally starting to dip. Fall has arrived in Maryland and that means it’s also the beginning of flu season.
The Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland Chapter, will present the Ninth Annual Pythias A. and Virginia I. Jones African American Community Forum on Memory Loss, Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Coppin State University located at ...
A study of adults seeking treatment for drugs and alcohol has concluded that tolerance by family and friends often increases the length of the active addiction by many years.
With Halloween rapidly approaching, federal officials are warning the public about the dangers associated with counterfeit decorative contact lenses. Decorative and colored lenses are becoming increasingly popular, especially around this time of year.
Just in time for the upcoming winter months, Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) is launching a new indoor wellness program in partnership with Westfield Annapolis.
Research has shown that people with breast cancer are helped by the support they receive from friends.
More than half of American women living with advanced breast cancer feel support from friends and family is not as strong now as when they were first diagnosed, according to the global Count Us, Know Us, Join Us survey.
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and of those, 80 percent will have no idea of what options they may have for reconstructive work, according to officials at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.