CDC: How To Have A Safe Thanksgiving Turkey MealThe CDC has some food safety tips to help Marylanders prepare a safe holiday turkey meal and avoid harmful bacteria that could cause food poisoning.
Vaping Lung Injuries Now Surpass 800 Cases Nationwide, CDC SaysHundreds more cases of vaping-related lung injuries across the United States have been reported to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
CDC Study: Deer With Tuberculosis Can Transmit Bacteria To PeopleThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning hunters that deer with tuberculosis can transmit the bacteria to humans.
Maryland To Get More Than $42M In Federal Funds To Fight Opioid EpidemicMaryland will get more than $42 million in federal funding to help fight the state's opioid epidemic.
A Woman Lost Her Hands And Legs To An Infection From Puppy KissesDays after returning home from a Punta Cana vacation, Marie Trainer called out of work with a backache and nausea.
Don't Touch Any Pig Ear Treats Or Feed Them To Your Dog, FDA And CDC SayDog owners, if you've been waiting to give up your pet's pig ears, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises that now is the time. A warning about a multistate salmonella outbreak tied to the treats has been updated to include all pig ear products.
Salmonella Outbreak Tied To Pig-Ear Dog Treats Expands To 27 States, CDC SaysAn outbreak of salmonella infections linked to pig ears purchased as dog treats has expanded to 27 states -- including Maryland, Delaware and Virginia -- with 93 people stricken, including 20 hospitalizations, according to federal health officials.
Ground Bison Meat Recalled After 21 People Get Sick In E. Coli OutbreakA Canadian exotic meat company is recalling ground bison after 21 people in seven states were infected with strains of E. coli, US federal agencies announced Wednesday.
A New Salmonella Outbreak Could Be Caused By Pig Ear Dog Treats, CDC SaysCould the treats you're feeding your dog be making you or your family sick? The Center for Disease Control says yes.
Hundreds More Reported Ill In Salmonella Outbreaks Tied To Backyard PoultryOver 220 cases of salmonella have been reported in the past month in outbreaks spanning 41 states
Imported Oysters Linked To Illnesses In 5 StatesOysters from an estuary in Mexico have been linked to a spate of illnesses in the United States, public health authorities announced Friday.
More Than 2 Million Pounds Of Frozen Entrees Recalled Over Allergen RiskThe recall affects 2,094,186 pounds of P.F. Chang's Home Menu Chicken Pad Thai and Chicken Fried Rice. The items may contain milk, a known allergen that's not declared on the product labels.
Foodborne Disease Infections Are On The Rise, According To ReportEvery so often, the food in your fridge winds up in the news when there's an outbreak of illness linked to what we eat. A new US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report details the foodborne illnesses that struck most often in 2018.
Blood-Sucking 'Kissing Bug' Bites Delaware Girl; CDC Says They Are In Maryland TooIt’s called the “kissing bug.” It’s a blood-sucking insect that attacks humans, often biting them in the face. Centers For Disease Control officials say they have documented the very first case in Delaware.
US Measles Cases At Second Highest Since Disease Was Eliminated In 2000A total of 387 individual cases of measles have been confirmed in 15 states from January 1 to March 28, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.