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Meredith Cohn

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Meredith Cohn came to The Sun in 2000 to cover commercial real estate after nearly a decade covering politics and business. Most of her recent time, however, has been dedicated to health and medicine, following all the advances in research at local institutions and the launching of the state’s online health insurance exchange. A runner since junior high and a particular eater for almost as long, she tries to keep up on health and fitness trends.

Recent Articles

  • Proper food handling important to avoid food poisoning

    Proper food handling important to avoid food poisoning

    Early this year, CRF Frozen Foods, a processing plant in Pasco, Wash., that packages and markets a wide variety of organic produce, issued a recall of hundreds of frozen vegetable and fruit products because of a possible Listeria infection. Several people were reported to have been sickened, and...

  • Hopkins expands urgent care to cancer patients

    Hopkins expands urgent care to cancer patients

    Most cancer patients going through treatment struggle with pain, fevers and nausea, sometimes severe enough to send them to the emergency room. But the chaos of the emergency room and related stress are "an assault on your well-being," said Richard Dean, who took his wife many times while she was...

  • New University of Maryland center targeting HIV launches with $138 million in federal grants

    New University of Maryland center targeting HIV launches with $138 million in federal grants

    The Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine will receive $138 million in federal funds that will support the work of the newly created Center for International Health, Education and Biosecurity to build programs in Africa to combat HIV/AIDS. The money will enable...

  • Hopkins works to shorten time needed for drug approvals

    Hopkins works to shorten time needed for drug approvals

    Federal approval for a new drug can take a decade or more, but researchers at the Johns Hopkins University are studying a way to shave years off the process for medications designed for serious outbreaks of flu, Ebola or other infectious diseases. The researchers want to conduct trials in emergency...

  • Role of physician assistants expanding in hospitals and beyond

    The medical staff for the general surgical unit at Anne Arundel Medical Center can be seen each morning huddled at the nurses' station, where they discuss how patients fared overnight and what needs to be addressed during the day. Decision are made. Charts are updated. Patients are tended. The...

  • Chase Brexton CEO leaves position after summer of discord

    Chase Brexton CEO leaves position after summer of discord

    Richard Larison will step down as CEO of Chase Brexton Health Care at the end of the year. He said Tuesday that he would not renew his contract. His departure follows the recent acrimony between the community health care provider and its employees, which culminated in the unionization of its workforce....

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