A new computer virus is threatening to not only wipe out your computer files but empty out your wallet.
Confirmed cases of a deadly disease. Health officials are reporting new cases of West Nile virus have been discovered around Baltimore.
A new study authored by Army scientists at Fort Detrick reports that a treatment grown in tobacco plants cured three of seven monkeys that developed symptoms from the deadly Ebola virus.
A rabies warning, as rabid animals found in three Baltimore City neighborhoods. And this time, it isn’t just wild animals being infected.
We now know what caused more than 200 Baltimore County students to miss school last week.
Public health agencies in five states are assessing the rabies risk for hundreds of people who may have had close contact with an infected organ donor and four transplant recipients, one of whom died, officials said Saturday.
A beloved elephant at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is fighting a life threatening illness.
West Nile virus now has killed 47 people and infected an estimated 95,000.
A warning for pet owners in Harford County. Doctors are seeing an alarming increase in the number of parvo cases. Doctors are still trying to track down exactly how many dogs have been infected with the virus and where. But that has been hard to do, because many die before they reach the vet.
How extensive is the threat of West Nile Virus this summer, and how can you help protect yourself from it?
People around the world could be knocked off the Internet because of a computer virus. The FBI is advising consumers to check their computers to see if they’re infected. Follow the link for information on how you can protect your computer.
Military medical experts at Fort Detrick are marking progress against an enemy most of us have encountered: the common cold. On Monday, Assistant Defense Secretary Jonathan Woodson will join Army medical researchers in celebrating the licensing and fielding of a vaccine against adenovirus types 4 and 7.