Maryland Providing COVID-19 Vaccines For Frontline NIH Healthcare WorkersGov. Larry Hogan says the state of Maryland will give COVID-19 vaccine doses for frontline clinical healthcare workers at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
Plasma Should Not Be Considered Standard Care For Coronavirus, NIH Panel SaysA National Institutes of Health panel said there's no evidence backing the use of convalescent plasma to treat coronavirus patients and that doctors should not treat it as a standard of care until more study has been done.
After Zika, Critical to Monitor Babies' Health But How Long?More federal money finally is available to fight Zika even as the news worsens. Babies who at first seem to have escaped the virus' devastating hallmark defect — an abnormally small head at birth — might not be out of the woods after all.
Rhode Island Hospital Gets $1.9M to Study Childhood HealthRhode Island Hospital is getting a nearly $1.9 million federal grant to study how environmental factors in early childhood can affect the health of children and adolescents. Democratic U.S. Sen. Jack Reed announced last week that the National Institutes of Health is awarding the money.
Officials: Second Hack Exposed Military And Intel DataA massive data breach exposed last week may be even larger than feared.
Woman With Rare TB Receiving Treatment In Md.Health officials are trying to track down people who may have been in contact with a woman with a rare and deadly form of hard-to-treat tuberculosis.
American Ebola Patient Successfully Treated, Discharged From NIHThe American health care worker admitted to NIH with Ebola has been successfully treated.
American Ebola Patient's Condition ImprovesThe condition of the American being treated for Ebola at a Maryland hospital has improved.
Condition Of American Ebola Patient At NIH in Md. ImprovesThe National Institutes of Health is reporting that the condition of the American with Ebola has improved.
Global Ebola Battle Comes To BaltimoreRight here in Maryland, researchers are racing to develop a way to stop Ebola. At the University of Maryland School of Medicine, a dozen brave Marylanders have volunteered their bodies to test an experimental vaccine--but will it work and is it worth the risk?
Ebola Patient At NIH Now In Critical ConditionThe health of the American Ebola patient has worsened. They were flown in Friday and just over the weekend changed to critical condition.
10 Americans Leave Sierra Leone Amid Ebola ScareSeveral Americans being monitored for Ebola could be coming to a Maryland hospital.
Treatment Continues For Ebola Patient At NIHAs an American with Ebola continues to receive treatment at a Maryland hospital Saturday night
Ebola Patient In 'Serious' Condition At NIH In Md.A health care worker infected with the Ebola virus is in Maryland for treatment. The person is being treated at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
NIH To Admit, Treat Another Ebola Patient FridayJust when it seemed like the Ebola crisis was subsiding, an American aid worker infected in Africa is on the way to a Maryland hospital.