Kaiser Health News:

Patients With Mental Disorders Get Half Of All Opioid Prescriptions

Amount Of Opioids Prescribed In U.S. Has Been Falling Since 2010

Health Gap Widens Between Appalachia And Rest Of The U.S.

Contributing research: Who’s Who: Insurance Commissioners By State

On Back Roads Of Appalachia’s Coal Country, Mental Health Services Are As Rare As Jobs

Despite Prod By ACA, Tax-Exempt Hospitals Slow To Expand Community Benefits

Baltimore magazine:

Food Editor Jane Marion Shares Crab Cake Recipe

Promo: Best of Baltimore winners' surprise

Watch Artscape's Large-Scale Campfire Installation

Sights and Sounds of Artscape 2017

Promo: Relive 2017 Best of Baltimore Party

The Book Thing Reopens After Fire


Capital News Service:

Maryland Muslim doctor offers free clinics

Tiny public school teaches K-8 rural, Amish students

Maryland looks to end income-based housing discrimination

Maryland decreases psychiatric bed backlog

Will Trump boost Maryland’s transportation funding?

Maryland grows more politically polarized, like rest of U.S.

Maryland board approves $82 million cut in state spending

Hogan says Purple Line will turn Metro around

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Maryland board predicts two percent cut in projected revenue