Baltimore to Spray for Mosquitoes Amid Zika ConcernsOfficials are asking residents in some parts of Baltimore to stay inside Sunday night while the city sprays to control mosquitoes.
Maryland Officials Expand Baltimore Mosquito Control Efforts Maryland agriculture officials say they are working with the Baltimore health department to expand mosquito control services in the city amid concern over the potential for mosquito-borne diseases, including West Nile and Zika viruses.
Health Clinic Targeted By Burglars Takes Setbacks in StrideDespite a rash of recent break-ins, a Baltimore health clinic has taken the setbacks in stride and workers are focused on moving forward.
Hospitals On Alert As Dangerous Heat Wave Scorches MarylandHospital and emergency crews are on alert as potentially deadly weather conditions torture much of Maryland on Monday.
FIRST WARNING WX: Health Dept. Declares Code Red for MondayThe Baltimore City Health Department has declared a CODE RED Heat Advisory for Monday with a heat index of up to 109 degrees possible.
Track Baltimore Restaurant Health Inspections Using New Online ToolThe Baltimore City Health Department has made available online all the recent restaurants and food establishments that have been closed due to health and safety issues.
Baltimore Health Dept. Launches Online Tool To Track Restaurant Inspection DataThe Baltimore City Health Department released a new inspection web portal on Tuesday that provides the public with an easy way to access food service facility inspection data online.
Officials Urge Residents To Take Precautions After WNV Cases In BaltimoreCity health officials are urging residents to take precautions after three cases of the West Nile Virus are confirmed in Baltimore.
Baltimore Reports Record Low 13 Sleep-related Infant DeathsHealth officials say there were 13 sleep-related infant deaths in Baltimore last year, a record low for the city.
Code Red Declared In Baltimore For TuesdayA Code Red heat advisory has been issued for Baltimore Tuesday.
Shuttle Connects Baltimore Residents To Stores After UnrestHealth and aging officials are launching a free shuttle to make sure Baltimore residents have access to food and other needs after shops were damaged and destroyed during rioting last week.
13 Pharmacies Closed After Riots, Health Department Offers Help With PrescriptionsThe Baltimore City Health Department is trying to ensure prescription medicine is available to resident impacted by the civil unrest.

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