It’s fall. The kids are back at school, college football rivalries are in high gear, and — oh, yeah — it’s time to get a flu vaccine.
Health officials say a hot water heater is to blame for sickening workers at an office complex last Tuesday and again on Monday.
The Trader Joe’s in Annapolis has been evacuated.
Twelve people were sickened at Johns Hopkins at Keswick on Monday afternoon. They experienced similar symptoms to last week’s hazmat incident.
A stomach virus has sickened dozens of students at a Maryland college.
Produce accounts for nearly half of food illnesses. Poultry accounts for the most fatalities.
The flu is not the only highly contagious disease raging this winter.
U.S. deaths from flu range from about 3,000 to about 50,000 per year.
There are many ways to feel better from flu that don’t involve taking medication.
There is a disconnect between how long people think a cough should last and how long it actually does.
A large number of District of Columbia firefighters called out sick on New Year’s Eve, leaving the city short-staffed on a busy night.
This year’s flu season is the earliest since 2003-04 and that season was considered severe.