Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
A Carroll County judge is dismissing a lawsuit filed by a children’s swimming school chain against the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Public health officials say the state has had its first hypothermia-related death of the season.
A watchdog group in Frederick is urging state licensing and registration of laboratories that handle certain deadly pathogens.
State health officials say the first case of influenza of the 2013-’14 season has been confirmed.
State health officials say a second death from hypothermia has been confirmed in Maryland.
This year’s first cases of the flu virus are confirmed in Maryland and it’s already landed one local child in the hospital.
A meningitis outbreak continues to spiral. Health officials in Maryland are now confirming a fifteenth case of the disease.
A state work group on private laboratories that handle dangerous pathogens is holding its first meeting at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in Baltimore.
The state of Maryland plans to hold hearings on adopting voluntary safety standards on crib bumper pads.
An unusual health warning goes out to Ravens fans. Some people in the stands at last Friday’s game against the Detroit Lions may have been exposed to rabies.
Maryland public health officials say the first case of West Nile virus has been diagnosed in the state.
It’s another sizzling hot summer evening. For the tenth straight day, temperatures soared above 90 degrees and it’s only going to get hotter. All across Maryland, people are trying to stay cool whether it’s with water or finding some much needed shade.