Coronavirus In Maryland: Tuesday Morning ReportCoronavirus In Maryland: Tuesday Morning Report
Healthwatch: Data Suggests Coronavirus Won't Transmit From Mother To BabyA look at the latest headlines.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Monday Noon UpdateThere are now 37 positive cases of coronavirus in Maryland, according to the state health department Monday.
Maryland Officials Order Bars, Restaurants To CloseGov. Larry Hogan ordered all bars, restaurants, movie theaters and gyms to close while Maryland tries to slow the spread of coronavirus in the state.
Coronavirus Closings: Gov. Larry Hogan Closes Bars, Restaurants, Movie Theaters, Gyms Around MarylandGov. Larry Hogan ordered all bars, restaurants, movie theaters and gyms to close while Maryland tries to slow the spread of coronavirus in the state.
Latest On Coronavirus: Maryland Cases Rise Over The Weekend, Schools ClosedIt's Monday, March 16, Here's the latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Carroll County Officials Address Their First Case Of CoronavirusCarroll County reported its first coronavirus case in the county
HealthWatch: Hearing Loss Can Impact BalanceHearing loss could impact your balance.
Gov. Larry Hogan Activates National Guard In Maryland Due To Coronavirus ConcernsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan activated the National Guard Thursday and announced more restrictions after 12 residents test positive for coronavirus -- including one community transmission case.
Healthwatch: Parkinsons' Patients Are More Likely To Have Eye ProblemsLatest health headlines.
Coronavirus Latest: 13 Positive Cases Reported In MarylandMaryland officials are continuing to monitor coronavirus as cases rising in state.
HealthWatch: Sleep Problems In Babies Could Be To Blame For Child AnxietyOngoing sleep problems for babies could be to blame for anxiety as a child gets older.
Prince George's County Officials Investigating 3 Positive Cases Of CoronavirusPrince George's County officials investigating after 3 positive cases of coronavirus.
2 More Marylanders Test Positive For CoronavirusTwo more people tested positive for coronavirus in Maryland Sunday, bringing the total number of positive cases to five across the state.
STUDY: Prefer Tea Over Coffee? It Could Be Your GenesWhether you're inclined to choose coffee or green tea for your morning boost could be determined by your genes, a recent study found.
New Cases Of Coronavirus Reported In Maryland SundayTwo more people tested positive for coronavirus in Maryland Sunday, bringing the total number of positive cases to five across the state.
Latest on Coronavirus in Maryland and around the U.S.As of Sunday morning no new positive tests of coronavirus in Maryland.
HealthWatch: Stress During Pregnancy May Have Lifelong ImpactsResearchers suggest stress during pregnancy may have lifelong impacts.
Officials Give Update On 3 Maryland Coronavirus PatientsMontgomery County officials gave an update on the three coronavirus patients in Maryland.
WHAT WE KNOW: Coronavirus In MarylandThe first three confirmed cases of coronavirus were reported in Maryland Thursday night. Here's what we know about the three patients.
Johns Hopkins Will Not Allow Fans To NCAA Division III Basketball Tournament Amid Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in MarylandIn light of Maryland's recently confirmed cases of coronavirus, and based on CDC guidance for large gatherings, Johns Hopkins University said it will not be hosting the first two rounds of the NCAA Division III men's basketball tournament scheduled for this weekend.
31 Patients in Maryland Tested For CoronavirusThe Maryland Department of Health confirms 31 patients were tested for coronavirus or COVID-19 in the state, as of Thursday morning. Of those patients, 17 tested negative and 14 tests are pending.
HealthWatch: Drinking Weakens Bones Of People Living With HIV, Study SaysA new study shows drinking weakens the bones of people living with HIV.
HealthWatch: Young Adult Cancer Survivors Are Living Longer, Study FindsYoung adult cancer survivors are living longer according to a new study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.