Md. Designates 3 Hospitals To Care For Ebola PatientsThe state of Maryland has designated three specific hospitals to care for any potential Ebola patients should the need arise.
Former OBGYN Patients Say $190M Hopkins Settlement Doesn't Pay For Emotional Scars Johns Hopkins has reached a $190 million settlement with the victims of Dr. Nikita Levy-- who was caught secretly videotaping his patients.
Ride To Conquer Cancer Is Days AwayThis year, 1.7 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the US. It's an uphill battle for patients and doctors but breakthrough research is making a big difference.
Former OBGYN Patients File Objection To $190M Hopkins SettlementA follow-up to an unprecedented settlement between Johns Hopkins and patients of a gynecologist who secretly recorded them.
MLB Umpires Step Off The Diamond And Into The Hearts Of Kids Fighting IllnessesIt's been said the best officiating in sports goes unnoticed. That may be true on the field, but umpires for Major League Baseball may just do some of their best work off the diamond.
Juvenile Injured After Being Struck By CarA juvenile was struck by car on Harford Road.
Hopkins Begins Preparations To Manage Potential Ebola RiskWhile the Ebola outbreak appears to be isolated to Africa, there is growing concern it could spread to the US.
New Lab Keeps Md. On Cutting Edge Of Health & TechnologyInfectious diseases, pathogens and bioterrorism agents are all inside a new building downtown.
Hopkins Agrees To $190M Settlement In Secret OBGYN Exam Taping CaseSettlement announced. Johns Hopkins Hospital has agreed to pay millions to settle claims filed by patients of Dr. Nikita Levy.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Drops To No. 3 In National Rankings Johns Hopkins Hospital takes third place in the national ranking by US News & World Report.
Johns Hopkins Resumes Talks With Union Over Low WagesA union representing 2,000 workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital is in negotiations with the medical institution over workers' wages after Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley stepped in to stop a planned four-day strike.
Hopkins Caregivers Vow To Strike Again For Higher WagesNo more poverty pay. The fight for higher wages continues at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where caregivers say they can barely afford their homes or put food on the table. Now they are giving the hospital one more chance before they strike again.