Redonda Miller, internal medicine doctor, to assume her new role on July 1.
A look at the people, places, and trends that will shape the city.
Maryland governor says he has lymphoma and will soon begin chemotherapy treatments.
Just in time to help you get over the finale of Movement, Meditation & Merriment classes each Sunday, lululemon Harbor East has partnered with Bare Hills Racquet and Fitness Club to host an event this Friday night!
A Q&A with Zia's Daniela Troia
Is the vision of a swimmable, fishable harbor by 2020 a possibility? Or a pipe dream?
A famous Hopkins psychologist gets personal when it comes to talking about bipolar disorder.
Are there really more youth sports concussions these days, or does it just seem that way?
We went looking for the most highly regarded dentists in Baltimore and found 237 of them.
After leaving WMAR-TV, Mary Beth Marsden chose to take on a new cause—the fight for her daughter and other children with autism.
After 40 years, Glenwood Life has become an institution for addicts.
Inside Baltimore’s booming health-care tourism industry.
Our prescription for the region's best physicians in 76 specialties.
Spas promise to restore our youth with gold, chocolate, and yams. But do these "miracle" treatments really work?
For those suffering with persistent Lyme disease, the treatments are few, and the controversies are many.
Our biggest-ever compendium of the finest doctors from across the Greater Baltimore region features 554 doctors in 64 specialties.
We know that celebs are addicted to plastic surgery, but what about folks here in Baltimore?
In a laboratory south of Baltimore, researchers are working to create a revolutionary artificial arm and hand for a new generation of wounded war veterans.
There are a million different things you could know about saving the Chesapeake Bay. There are a thousand different things you maybe even should know. But all you really need to know is right here in our Save the Bay primer.