Rising temperatures mean bigger worries for pregnant women and children

BALTIMORE — Caren Bloom had never passed out before, but she knew the warning signs — spots in front of her eyes, ringing in her ears. Bloom, four months pregnant, had just begun her shift on an unseasonably hot September…

In urban heat islands, climate crisis hits harder

In Baltimore, the burden of rising temperatures isn’t shared.

Health risks rise with the temperature

For people with chronic health conditions, heat and humidity is more than a summer nuisance.