Maryland Democrats: Trump health care curbs could affect 260,000 in state

BALTIMORE – As many as 260,000 Maryland residents could see higher premiums or lose their health care coverage altogether because of pre-existing medical conditions, age or gender under a new Trump administration legal strategy, state Democrats warned on Tuesday. Rep.…

Family of woman left outside of Baltimore hospital speaks out

The family of a mentally ill woman who was recently turned away by a Baltimore hospital’s emergency room that sent her into a sub-freezing night wearing only a hospital gown and socks says the treatment was inhumane. The 22-year-old woman is now being treated at another hospital. Video of the woman on the street went viral and it was that video that alerted her family to the problem. An attorney for the family says they’re looking to strengthen state laws to provide more protection to vulnerable patients during a hospital’s discharge process.

Maryland’s undocumented immigrants: In their own words

While rumors circulate that the Trump administration is closer to resolving questions left after last week’s immigration announcement, Maryland’s undocumented residents are uncertain of what comes next

Maryland could expand options to treat addiction remotely

A bill that could expand telemedicine to include counseling for substance abuse disorders, which could help thwart the ballooning heroin-opioid epidemic in the state, is advancing in the Maryland General Assembly.

Sen. Mikulski, Congressman Cummings Join to Reduce Nationwide Drug Shortages

BALTIMORE – Josh Williams has long dreamed of becoming an air traffic controller. But in early February, the 24-year-old was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a bone cancer in his left jaw that put his dream on hold. Now his life is…

Maryland Hospital Completes Historical Full Face Transplant

University of Maryland Medical Center doctors gathered in Baltimore Tuesday to announce the completion of the most extensive full face tranplant to date.