Baltimore Health Officials Urge Parents To Vaccinate Kids Against MeaslesMeasles cases are on the rise across the country. Seventeen states are now reporting the illness.
Parents Calling For Schools To Keep Children Not Vaccinated For Measles Out Of ClassroomThe CDC confirms to health officials a 12-month-old baby does not have measles. Meanwhile, across the nation, nearly 100 cases are linked to Disneyland in California.
Officials Warning About Whooping Cough In Anne Arundel Co.Anne Arundel County Department of Health is warning parents about a rise in whooping cough cases.
Measles Outbreak That Started In California ExpandingA health warning. The extremely contagious measles virus is back. An outbreak that started at Disneyland is starting to sweep the country.
Growing Number Of UMd. Students Contracting Viral MeningitisThe numbers are growing. University of Maryland officials confirm nearly two dozen cases of viral meningitis on the College Park campus.
O'Malley, Md. Health Officials To Monitor Those Exposed To EbolaThe state of Maryland announced new steps to protect the public from people who have been exposed to Ebola in parts of West Africa.
At Least 3 Montgomery Co. Students Confirmed To Have Whooping CoughThere is an apparent outbreak of whooping cough at Montgomery County Public Schools.
1st Human Trials With Ebola Vaccine To Begin Next Week In MarylandThe Ebola virus is killing people in Western Africa even faster than before. It could affect more than 20,000 people before the epidemic is over.
Md. Organizations Holding Ebola Awareness And Donation DriveThe Ebola death toll is nearing 1,000. It is the deadliest and largest documented outbreak of the virus.
Md. Family: Doctor Who Died Of Ebola Declared National Hero In Sierra LeoneThe Maryland family of a doctor who died of ebola in Africa came together to remember his life and work to help others.
Md. Medical Facilities Taking Precautions As Ebola-Stricken Arrive In U.S.Out of control. World health experts say the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is moving faster than efforts to control it.
Md. Health Department Working With CDC To Spot, Respond To Imported EbolaWith more than 700 people dead from the Ebola virus in West Africa, fears are running rampant of the virus spreading globally. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is siding on caution.