The pandemic has created the perfect storm for an unlikely health condition: brain injuries
Funeral director Hari P. Close II has become a leader in the public health fight against COVID-19.
From the harbor to the zoo, the city is aglow with festive family fun.
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We talk to the owner of Kooper's and Slainte about his acts of kindness throughout the pandemic.
Will long COVID change the way Western medicine treats chronic health conditions?
As the state recovers from last year’s economic setbacks, MFB continues to tackle the root causes of the issue.
John Minadakis' Famous Fund has raised roughly $480,000 (and counting) that’s been split among dozens of spots decimated by the pandemic.
Using memes, GIFs, and evocative infographics, the duo aims to combat COVID misinformation and boost vaccinations.
For parents, this year's back-to-school prep hasn’t been as simple as a quick Target run.
Eateries adjust to changing mandates and staff shortages while bracing for the colder months.
From coffee shops to libraries to co-working spaces, here’s where to get a change of scenery.
Infectious disease experts and health officials discuss safety measures to slow the spread.
With vaccination rates stagnating, city is partnering with colleges to target specific groups.
As summer plans ramp up and large gatherings return, experts share their tips.
More than a year since COVID-19 hit, dental practitioners across Maryland are more vigilant than ever when it comes to preventing transmission of the virus.
Esthetician Roxie Icon of Mount Vernon's 10Skyn salon discusses managing mask-caused blemishes.
Virtual dance parties helped raise funds for organizations hit hard by the pandemic.
COVID-19 has compounded challenges in an industry that was already stretched too thin.
How the pandemic housing market became the unexpected winner of 2020.
A shared crisis has a way of galvanizing relationships.
Makerspace provides free desks—which can be easily self-assembled—to low-income students.
Five local retail shops share their COVID-19 woes.