Sick at sea! The Grandeur of the Seas returned early to the Port of Baltimore after the first confirmed outbreak this year of norovirus on board a cruise ship.
It’s the largest outbreak of enterovirus D68 ever recorded, and new cases are coming in every day. There have been ten confirmed here in Maryland in just the last three weeks.
Experts who attended the Food Safety Summit in Baltimore in April should have skipped lunch.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has returned to practice one day after missing workouts with an illness.
From fires to power outages to rapidly spreading illnesses, it’s been tough sailing for the cruise industry these last few years.
Cruise passengers on the Baltimore-based Grandeur of the Seas get more than they bargain for on their Bahamas vacation. More than 100 people get sick, and the cruise line believes the dreaded norovirus is to blame.
One person has died and three newborns have become ill in an outbreak of listeria linked to Hispanic-style cheese.
An outbreak of respiratory infections forces a local animal rescue shelter to stop accepting unwanted or abused dogs.
We now know what caused more than 200 Baltimore County students to miss school last week.
Mass illness. More than 200 students and teachers at Pot Spring Elementary School in Baltimore County get sick.
Baltimore County Schools are still trying to determine what caused more than a dozen students to get sick at Pinewood Elementary Thursday.
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is trying to understand why three of the four people who got organs from a rabies-infected donor in 2011 didn’t develop the disease, the agency’s top rabies expert said Wednesday.