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There's a certain booze that lands people in the ER the most often.
More patients are popping strong prescription pain killers rather than opting for more conservative treatments like stretching, exercise, using heating pads or Tylenol.
The Big Ten is adding lacrosse as a sport in 2015 and welcoming powerhouse Johns Hopkins as an affiliate member for men's lacrosse only, two moves that could further boost the profile of the conference in the East.
Johns Hopkins University is offering a health care safety course free online.
Emergency officials say more than a dozen people were treated after employees at a north Baltimore office building reported becoming ill.
Baltimore police say more than 2,000 women have called a hotline set up for patients of a Johns Hopkins gynecologist suspected of secretly recording exams and later killing himself.
Doctors have focused on treating physical symptoms of Parkinson's disease, but results from a recent study suggest depression may be the biggest hurdle patients face.