As Africa endures its worst Ebola outbreak, local innovators are doing their best to fight back. As Alex Demetrick reports, that includes a team from Johns Hopkins, focused on protecting health care workers on the front lines.
It’s a nationwide epidemic. Prescription drug abuse is responsible for a growing number of deaths. Now a new study out of Johns Hopkins shows that doctors are taking steps to try and fight painkiller overdoses.
Taking action. Three Maryland universities are under federal investigation for how they’ve handled sexual assaults—and another assault, just days ago at Johns Hopkins, is putting that school’s response in the spotlight.
Maryland resident and world-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson could become the first candidate to officially launch his bid to become the Republican presidential nominee.
Frat house–out of control. A fraternity at the prestigious Johns Hopkins University is suspended after accusations of rape and underage drinking at a recent party.
The Centers for Disease Control picks a team from Johns Hopkins to help develop a special tool to properly train health care workers nationwide.
Traci Braxton joins Linh Bui and Marty Bass for Coffee With. Ron Matz has People Are Talking about the annual Best Dressed Sale.
The state of Maryland has designated three specific hospitals to care for any potential Ebola patients should the need arise.
Johns Hopkins Medicine says it has been asked to lead a group to design a Web-based program on Ebola protocols for health workers.
The fight against Ebola has gone high-tech. Baltimore has actually been ground zero to test new technology.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa and in Dallas was the focus of a special symposium at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Tuesday morning.
Growing concerns throughout the U.S. over the deadly Ebola virus. This, as we’re learning just how many people have been exposed to the virus from the first person diagnosed on U.S. soil.