Johns Hopkins Hospital Hosts Gynecologic Cancer ConferenceThe phrase “below the belt” is taking on new meaning in tonight’s WJZ HealthWatch.
5 Things About Trans Fats And The FDA's Proposed Phase OutThere are a lot fewer trans fats in the nation's food than there were a decade ago, but the Obama administration is moving toward getting rid of them almost entirely.
App Enables Self-Reporting Of Possible Ebola Symptoms In Md.Maryland residents who have been to any of the three West African countries battling an Ebola outbreak now can use their smartphone or computer to report possible symptoms to the state health department, the agency and the application's developer said Wednesday.
Baltimore Cancer Patients Experiment With Cutting Edge Treatment
Baltimore County Planning Drug Overdose Response TrainingThe Baltimore County Department of Health is offering a free, two-hour training course on how to prevent and respond to certain drug overdoses.
UMd. Event Highlights Infectious Disease ResearchSome of the nation's leading infectious-disease fighters are speaking at an event in Baltimore highlighting efforts to stop the spread of Ebola and AIDS.
Md. Army Reservists Deploying To West Africa To Assist In Ebola EffortsHelping in the fight against Ebola. More than 100 Maryland Army reservists are heading to West Africa--where more than 5000 people have died from the disease.
Spread Of Viral Meningitis A Concern At University Of Maryland, College ParkThere have been 31 confirmed or suspected cases of viral meningitis among the University of Maryland student population, and the University Health Center says it is continuing to see levels of activity.
Things To Know For Maryland's Health Care Sign Up Thousands of Maryland residents already have started shopping for health care plans on the state's extensively revamped exchange website, which opened last week for browsing without any reported problems.
Maryland Is Taking Precautions To Prevent Spread Of EbolaGov. Martin O’Malley joined with some of the state's top health officials to talk about how Maryland is responding and preparing for any possible cases of the Ebola virus.
Dallas Nurse Comes To Md. For Ebola TreatmentThe Texas nurse who first contracted Ebola after treating an infected Liberian national in Dallas has been flown to Maryland to receive treatment.
University Of Maryland Plays Role In Ebola Vaccine Test In AfricaMore than 4,000 people have now died in the worst Ebola outbreak in history, and officials with the United Nations say the number of cases is doubling every three to four weeks in West Africa. Now the first human trials of an Ebola vaccine are underway.