Baltimore City Rolls Out Plan To Fight Zika VirusScarier than initially thought! The Zika virus is rapidly spreading, including right here in Maryland, where the number of cases continues to grow statewide. Now Baltimore City is rolling out a plan to help attack the disease.
FDA Campaign Takes Aim At Chewing Tobacco Use by Rural TeensGovernment health officials will team up with minor league baseball as part of a new $36 million campaign to discourage rural teenagers from using chewing tobacco.
Report: More Infections From Dirty Medical Scopes Than EstimatedAt least 300 patients have been sickened by life-threatening infections linked to contaminated medical scopes -- more than previously estimated by federal regulators, according to new figures released Friday.
CDC: Zika Definitely Causes Severe Birth Defects U.S. health officials say there's no longer any doubt that the Zika virus causes severe birth defects.
Health Officials: Zika Is Scarier Than We ThoughtScarier than initially thought! Concerns are growing over the rapidly-spreading Zika virus. There are already six cases here in Maryland and top health experts say the mosquito that carries the virus has been found in 30 states---including Maryland!
Demonstrators Want General Assembly To Guarantee Paid Sick DaysLess than a week before the end of the 2016 General Assembly and protesters want lawmakers to back a bill that would give more than 700,000 workers across the state paid sick leave.
NCAA Says They're Not Responsible For Athlete's DeathControversy on whether the nation's top college sports organization should have done more to protect a Maryland student athlete who died during practice. The case is now in a Maryland court.
MedStar Approaching 90 Percent Functionality After Cyber AttackEfforts continue to restore MedStar Health's computer network after a paralyzing cyber attack.
MedStar Still Getting CPU Systems Back Online After Cyber AttackComputers at MedStar---the region's second-largest healthcare provider---are still not back to normal four days after a cyber attack paralyzed them. It comes as the FBI warns about more dangerous attacks on the horizon.
Cyber Attackers Who Broke Into MedStar Want Big PayoutNew information after hackers take MedStar Health's massive database hostage. The shutdown is still causing chaos, and there are fears there may be more attacks.
Hopkins Announces First HIV-Positive Organ TransplantsA first-of-its-kind surgery is giving new hope to those living with HIV. Johns Hopkins doctors announce they successfully performed HIV to HIV organ transplants.
FBI Now Investigating Cyber Attack On MedStar HealthFor a second day, the region's second-largest health care system deals with a crippling computer virus.

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