Kids in Virginia are coming down with what doctors suspect is the potentially deadly enterovirus strain that has hospitalized children in the midwest—so the obvious question is, will it move into Maryland?
Mass illness. More than 200 students and teachers at Pot Spring Elementary School in Baltimore County get sick.
Ask a parent, even the smallest illness in a child can throw a home into chaos. Now imagine what it’s like if that illness involves a hospital.
The trial of a University of Virginia lacrosse player from Maryland has been postponed until Friday due to an illness.
After an 11-day shutdown, a Pennsylvania dairy is allowed to re-open after raw milk it sold sickened 43 people, four of them here in Maryland.
Warning: The subject of this exploration will constrict your blood vessels, choke your windpipe and dispatch you to an early grave, 5 million of you a year. The most lucrative crop the Americas have ever seen, it kept the British at bay, kept the enslaved entrapped, kept Hollywood sexy. Until it didn’t anymore.
Maryland officials will join Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius to celebrate the one-year anniversary of federal health care reform.