Maryland Scientists Working On Coronavirus VaccineA group of Montgomery County scientists are working on a vaccine for coronavirus.
Healthwatch: Pregnant Women Should Avoid SugarA look at the latest health headlines.
New Maryland Patient Being Tested For CoronavirusThree more people tested negative for coronavirus in Maryland, but now state health officials say they are testing one more person for the coronavirus COVID-19.
Towson University Suspends Study Abroad To Some Countries Due To CoronavirusTowson University has suspended all study abroad trips to China, Japan, and Italy for the rest of the Spring 2020 term as they continue to monitor the coronavirus outbreak.
Healthwatch: Extra Virgin Olive Oil Has Benefits For Cooking, Study SaysA look at the latest health headlines.
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.
HealthWatch: Obesity Increased By Almost 12 Percent In U.S. Since 2000The number of obese and severely obese Americans jumped almost 12 percent over an 18-year-period.
HealthWatch: Middle Age Weight Gain Can Lead To Lung Capacity DeclineNew research links gaining weight in middle age with a faster decline in lung capacity.
Study: Women Over 75 May Not Benefit From MammogramsHealthy women over 75 may not benefit from breast cancer screening, according to a new study.
HealthWatch: Antidepressants Can Lead To Dangerous WithdrawalPatients who have taken antidepressants for years could face difficult and possibly dangerous withdrawal symptoms when they quit.
HealthWatch: Visiting Dietitians Regularly Can Help Women Lose WeightDoctors tracked more than 2,000 older women visiting dietitians and found regular behavioral support sessions make a big difference when it comes to losing weight.
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HealthWatch: Dark Chocolate May Be Good For Your Heart HealthChocolate treats from your valentine may be good for your heart in more ways than one.
HealthWatch: Study Says Adults Accidentally Allow Kids To Take PillsA new study shows adults unintentionally allow children to get their hands on dangerous pills.
HealthWatch: Study Says Screenings Could Eliminate Cervical CancerA Harvard study shows increased screenings could eliminate cervical cancer from the U.S. in the next two decades.
Healthwatch: Social Media May Sway Food ChoicesA look at the latest health headlines.
healthwatch: Teen Smoking Declining, But E-Cigarette Use On The RiseA look at the latest health headlines.
HealthWatch: Cervical Cancer Could Be Eliminated In North AmericaResearchers say it's possible to almost completely eliminate cervical cancer in North America within the next 20 years.
HealthWatch: Promising New Research On Alzheimer'sA new study finds people who eat and drink more foods with the antioxidant flavonol may be less likely to develop Alzheimer's.
What Is The Coronavirus?The new strain of coronavirus has killed at least 17 people in China. But in general, coronaviruses are a common infection that almost everyone gets at least once in their life. So is there reason for people in the U.S. to be concerned?
Specialized Unit At Johns Hopkins Prepared To Take Coronavirus CasesAt least 17 people have died from the rapidly spreading coronavirus. China is now quarantining 11 million people to keep the virus from spreading as five airports across the United States have started screening travelers coming from China.
HealthWatch: Aspirin May Lower The Risk Of Having A Premature BabyAspirin may lower a pregnant woman's risk of having a premature baby.
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HealthWatch: Mortality Rate Drops For Bone Marrow TransplantsMore patients who undergo bone marrow transplants are surviving the risky but potentially life-saving procedure.

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