Archive for 'Health'
Lawmakers are calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture to ban the slaughter of sick, injured or weak calves for sale as meat.
There's just something about homegrown fruits and vegetables that make them taste better. And thanks to a new sustainable farming operation, students at the University of Maryland can get fresh, local produce even when they're away at school.
LINTHICUM- Maryland's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene partnered with the CDC's Million Hearts Campaign to fight heart disease and prevent over 1 million heart attacks and strokes by 2017.
Twice a day, the owners of Chapel’s Country Creamery in Easton milk their 60 cows. The dairy-farming family enjoys raw milk at home, but it is illegal to sell it in Maryland.
Legal loopholes and hard-to-find information may discourage low-income Marylanders from getting sufficient dental insurance.
Lawmakers in the state capital are being asked to consider a new bill that would prohibit restaurants and markets from selling mislabeled seafood, and require labeling of the origins of crabmeat.
A 17-year-old formula meant to control the increasing costs of Medicare reimbursements threatens to restrict physician access for Medicare and Medicaid patients in Maryland.