Health Officials Say Maryland Is Still Low Risk For Coronavirus, But Doctors Advise Taking PrecautionsEmergency room Dr. Jesse Irwin says people should avoid hand-to-hand contact and that masks may not be the way to protect yourself.
Third Person Now Being Tested For Coronavirus In MarylandA third person is being tested in Maryland for the coronavirus, according to the state health department.
5 More Cold-Related Deaths Reported In MarylandFive more cold-related deaths were reported in Maryland in recent days, bringing the 2019-2020 season total to 32, the latest report from the Maryland Department of Health shows.
Health Experts Urge Caution As Flu Remains Widespread In MarylandThe flu season remains very active in Maryland, with the latest numbers from the state health department showing an uptick in the number of confirmed cases of influenza.
Health Department Says Maryland Resident Tested Negative For CoronavirusA Maryland patient tested negative for new coronavirus, health officials said Friday, an outbreak in China that has killed dozens and left thousands sick.
Maryland Department Of Health Reports 2 More Cold-Related DeathsThe Maryland Department of Health reported Friday two more cold-related deaths.
FDA Continues To Trace 3 Separate E. Coli Outbreaks Related To Romaine LettuceThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration is continuing to investigate three separate outbreaks of E. coli linked to lettuce, one of which was first pointed out by Maryland health officials.
First Cold-Related Death Reported In Baltimore For 2019-2020 SeasonCold-related illnesses include hypothermia and frostbite. 
3 Safety Tips For Enjoying Those Thanksgiving LeftoversOne thing you can count on the day after Thanksgiving is a fridge packed with leftovers! 
Lowest Number Of New HIV Cases Reported In Maryland In More Than 30 YearsThe Maryland Department of Health announced Tuesday the lowest number of new HIV cases reported in Maryland in more than 30 years. 
MDH Releases First Diabetes Action PlanThe Maryland Department of Health released its first Diabetes Action Plan that includes intervention strategies to help reduce diabetes in Maryland.