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University of Maryland Medical Center

University of Maryland Medical Center
Located in downtown Baltimore, University of Maryland Medical Center is one of the nation's oldest teaching hospitals. It includes the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center, the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, the University of Maryland Children's Hospital and the University of Maryland Division of Transplantation.
Located in downtown Baltimore, University of Maryland Medical Center is one of the nation's oldest teaching hospitals. It includes the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center, the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, the University of Maryland Children's Hospital and the University of Maryland Division of Transplantation. « Show less
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  • The Coastal Gardener: Life-and-death struggles in your garden

    Not long ago, gardeners seemed to spend as much time controlling pests as they did any other garden activity. Malathion, diazinon, Dursban and chlordane were about as popular as marigolds, dianthus, dahlias and chrysanthemum. It's nice to see that...
  • Playing nice with orchard mason bees

    Bees need us, and we need them. If you plant a succession of spring, summer and fall flowering plants in your yard, bees have a continual source of nectar. In return, they help pollinate plants in our home vegetable gardens or farm fields. To further...
  • The Coastal Gardener: No need to panic over a few summer pests

    Summer is upon us. Not only are temperatures rising, but so is the likelihood of a few garden pests. The three that seem to be getting the most attention right now, turning up in gardens from Laguna Beach and Newport Beach to Huntington Beach and Costa...
  • Coping with the bad news beetles

    Coping with the bad news beetles
    Japanese beetles present a double whammy. The coppery-colored, half-inch-long adult beetles have been attacking plants. Soon, their grub offspring will attack turf. In sunny, moist areas, around early August, beetle grubs will hatch and feed on the roots...
  • Stink bugs are ruining Virginia's apples

    Stink bugs are ruining Virginia's apples
    As if you needed another reason to dislike stink bugs: they are ruining Virginia’s apples. The odorous insects caused $37 million in damage to the 11 varieties grown in the Old Dominion, according to the state Office of the Secretary of Agriculture...
  • Icky Invasion: Many tree owners want to get rid of tent caterpillars often called bag or web worms

    Icky Invasion: Many tree owners want to get rid of tent caterpillars often called bag or web worms
    GREENE COUNTY, Mo. - All across the Ozarks tree owners are noticing what's often called an icky invasion. The presence of eastern tent caterpillars is also a sign of spring. Eastern tent caterpillars are creating large white nests or tents in many trees....
  • Purdue research: Varied yields from fungicide, insecticide

    Purdue research: Varied yields from fungicide, insecticide
    As Indiana soybeans move from flowering to beginning pod, farmers may consider applying foliar fungicides and insecticides to their crops. But according to Purdue Agriculture research, yield increases from either treatment are inconsistent when disease...
  • Experts find way to make mosquitoes dengue-free

    Experts find way to make mosquitoes dengue-free
    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Injecting a bacteria into mosquitoes can block them from transmitting the dengue virus and help control the spread of a disease that kills 20,000 annually in more than 100 countries, scientists said. In two papers published in the...
  • $5.7 million to battle "bug from hell"

    Apple lovers can breath a little easier because the federal government allocated $5.7 million to fight brown-marmorated stink bugs in Virginia and six other states. The pest, which Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, R-Md., calls “the bug from hell,”...
  • USDA testing finds 30-plus unapproved pesticides on the herb cilantro

    USDA testing finds 30-plus unapproved pesticides on the herb cilantro
    Just in time for cookout season, some unsettling news arrives for guacamole and salsa lovers: Federal testing turned up a wide array of unapproved pesticides on the herb cilantro — to an extent that surprises and concerns government scientists....
  • 5 reasons to care about new FAA law

    5 reasons to care about new FAA law
    Did you hear that? It's a door busting open in Washington, unblocking a huge backlog of airline issues that will directly affect America's millions of air travelers. For the first time since 2007, after 23 extensions, Congress has finally passed a long-...