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Washington’s budget cuts in recent years are starting to take their toll, researchers and others say, slowing the growth of NIH’s budget and curtailing important cancer research.
Federal and local law enforcement officials recently joined with health officials to urge the public to safely dispose of no longer needed prescription drugs. It was part of this year's National Prescription Take-Back Day to keep others from stealing or abusing leftover prescription drugs.
Maryland is prepared to deal with the possibility of an Ebola infection, assured health officials at a Thursday press conference at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in Baltimore.
The website, Buscando, is the newest phase in Maryland's response to the needs of unaccompanied immigrant children in the state.
Two months before the second enrollment period begins to purchase health insurance through the online marketplaces set up by the Affordable Care Act, Congress is asking if it’s going to go more smoothly this year.
Supporters say the tests can be valuable in determining when athletes who have had concussions should return to competition and school, but others wonder how worthwhile they are.