In its ongoing fight against a fentanyl-fueled surge in drug overdoses, the Baltimore City Health Department plans to study the efficacy of test strips that detect the potent synthetic substance in street-purchased drugs by handing kits out at mobile syringe and needle exchanges.
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Baltimore is again suing the White House over its health care policies, this time due to the president’s alleged undermining of the Affordable Care Act.
If you’ve ever wondered where you can buy the lifesaving medication naloxone in Baltimore, the city health department has a useful resource for you.
Reader Ann D. recently submitted in a question that many others may be wondering: How do you get rid of annoying skeeters without chemicals? With the West Nile and Zika viruses back in the news, and the little buggers now out in full force in Baltimore, it’s time for mosquito 101.
Many employers provide healthcare to their employees, but whether or not it’s a healthy place to work is a different story. When it comes to wellness, Baltimore’s health department is looking to put workplaces in the city to the test.
With more salons illegally offering a trending eyebrow-alteration service called “microblading,” Baltimore health officials have issued a warning to city residents to try to keep them safe.
Baltimore City has taken another step to encourage digital communication with residents through a new platform called Open City Hall.
Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen has some serious concerns with Republican lawmakers’ proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act.
The Baltimore City Health Department has temporarily closed the popular Canton hangout Looney’s Pub for a range of health code violations, including improper handling and storage of food, rodent and insect infestations and general unsanitary conditions.