COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 7K Cases Reported Sunday As Hospitalizations & Positivity Rate Continue To DeclineThe latest round of health department data shows hospitalizations fell by 156 during the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of COVID-19 patients currently being treated by hospitals throughout Maryland to 3,122.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 9K New Cases & 55 Deaths Reported SaturdayMaryland recorded nearly 10,000 new cases of COVID-19, though the positivity rate and hospitalizations continued to dip, according to data released Saturday by the Maryland Department of Health.
Orioles, Department Of Health Extend COVID-19 Vaccine Promotion To Score Free TicketsIf you're looking to catch an Orioles game anytime soon and you still want to get your Covid shot, the team has you covered.
Anne Arundel County School System & Department Of Health Partner To Expand Vaccination ClinicsAnne Arundel County Public Schools and the Anne Arundel County Department of Health announced that they are expanding their vaccination clinic this summer to continue to help protect students from Covid-19.
Law Named For Tommy Raskin Will Help Marylanders Suffering From Depression, Mental IllnessesIn less than two weeks, a new law will take effect to help people in Maryland suffering from depression and other mental illnesses.
Moby Dick House Of Kabob Cleared To Sell Hummus After Salmonella ScareMoby Dick House of Kabob has been cleared to sell its hummus again after a salmonella scare.
'STAR' Program Underway In Anne Arundel County To Help Teens Get Drug RecoveryIt's called, "Star", and its purpose is to screen teens to access recovery. It allows high school students to connect with licensed therapists from the Department of Health via tele-sessions.
Howard County Gets $1.095M Boost In Battle Against Opioid CrisisThe county received a grant for 24-hour substance abuse services from the State Health Department for more than $1 million, another weapon in the arsenal of this statewide epidemic.
App Enables Self-Reporting Of Possible Ebola Symptoms In Md.Maryland residents who have been to any of the three West African countries battling an Ebola outbreak now can use their smartphone or computer to report possible symptoms to the state health department, the agency and the application's developer said Wednesday.
Department Of Health: New Dietary Supplement WarningsThe FDA doesn't review or regulate safety testing for supplements. Some think it should.
6 Sickened By Baby Turtles In Md.Maryland health officials are warning people to take care when handling baby animals after six people fell ill after being exposed to baby turtles.
Senators Pare Back Prescription Drug Abuse PlanMaryland senators are seeking a limit on who would report to the state under a monitoring plan aimed at curbing prescription drug abuse.