As the scramble continues to contain the Ebola virus in Texas, some Maryland doctors are playing a major role in testing a vaccine for the disease.
More than 4,000 people have now died in the worst Ebola outbreak in history, and officials with the United Nations say the number of cases is doubling every three to four weeks in West Africa. Now the first human trials of an Ebola vaccine are underway.
Flu season has arrived in Maryland.
Drug developer Emergent BioSolutions Inc. says the new version of its anthrax vaccine will be produced in Lansing.
A third U.S. doctor who contracted the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia will be treated at a special hospital in Nebraska. More than 1,900 people have died in the outbreak in West Africa.
The 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.
The Ebola threat continues to be a real concern overseas–with 932 deaths and more than a thousand infected. But health officials say the flu is a much bigger threat to people here in Maryland.
The number of flu cases in Maryland is ramping up. Clinics and emergency rooms are starting to see a spike in the number of people feeling the effects of flu-like symptoms.
A woman who lives just over the border in Pennsylvania is drawing national attention for her beliefs.
The Pentagon is honoring a scientist at Fort Detrick in Frederick with its top award for career civilian employees.
For parents, childhood vaccines are a source of reassurance, but also anxiety about side effects and reactions.
A surge in whooping cough cases may be linked in part to parents’ refusal to vaccinate their children.