Latest Health News

Lexington Market Reopening After Viral Video Shows Rodent In Display CaseLexington Market, which houses a number of eateries in Baltimore, voluntarily closed Friday after a video showing a rat running around in a bakery display case went viral Thursday.
CDC Says ‘Do Not Eat This Cereal’ After Linking Honey Smacks, SalmonellaHealth officials want people to stay away from Honey Smacks cereal.
Man Bitten By Copperhead While Coming Ashore At Maryland ParkA man was bitten by a copperhead in a Maryland park Monday night.
Maryland Crab Safe To Eat, But Officials Say Check LabelsMaryland's Health Department is warning people not to eat fresh crab imported from Venezuela.
Accidental Tuberculosis Release Causes Hazmat Scare At Johns HopkinsBaltimore City Fire has secured Johns Hopkins Hospital after people in one building may have been exposed to tuberculosis during the transfer of a frozen vial between buildings.
After Fish Pedicure, Woman Loses Her ToenailsAfter a young woman's toenails started to separate from her toes, a doctor finally zeroed in on the reason: a fish pedicure, according to a report published Tuesday in the journal JAMA Dermatology.
Excessive Heat Warning Issued For Several Counties In MarylandAn excessive heat warning has been issued for Baltimore City as well as Baltimore, Howard and Anne Arundel counties.
Maryland Could Have Deadliest Summer On The WaterSeveral deaths have already been reported on Maryland's waterways and there's still a lot of summer left.
NASA Studying Air Pollution Over Maryland WaterwaysTurns out unhealthy air, the kind that triggers Code Orange and Code Red days isn't isolated to cities -- it also hangs out over the water.
Hundreds Of Kids Injured In Bike Accidents Each Day, Study FindsAs the school year ends and summer kicks off, kids across the country will be jumping on their bikes. But new research shows hundreds of thousands are injured in bike accidents every year.
Maryland DNR Asking Fishermen To Catch And Kill Invasive CatfishIt seems two invasive species of catfish are taking over Maryland waterways and now the Department of Natural Resources wants area fishermen to kill them.
'This Is How I Save My Life' Excerpt From Amy B. Scher