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Meredith Cohn

Writer

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

  • eOriginal aims to accelerate growth with new CEO

    eOriginal aims to accelerate growth with new CEO

    Brian Madocks has been named the new CEO of eOriginal, a Baltimore-based software firm that enables digital transactions for financial services. Company officials said Madocks brings 25 years of business technology and application software experience to the company. He previously served as CEO of...

  • Komen Race for the Cure moving to Baltimore City for 2017

    Komen Race for the Cure moving to Baltimore City for 2017

    The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will return to Baltimore City for its 25th anniversary this fall, a move welcomed by city leaders for the attention the event draws and the potential for millions in economic impact. The race will be one of the city's biggest with an expected 8,000 to 10,000...

  • Drug-related deaths overburden Maryland medical examiner's office

    Drug-related deaths overburden Maryland medical examiner's office

    The opioid epidemic that has claimed so many lives in Maryland is overwhelming the state medical examiner's office. The agency has exceeded national caseload standards — the number of autopsies a single pathologist should perform in a year — in each of the past four years. The office now risks...

  • Baltimore sees uptick in sleep-related deaths of infants

    Baltimore sees uptick in sleep-related deaths of infants

    Baltimore City health officials have announced a spike in deaths among newborns related to unsafe sleeping arrangements and urged parents to follow professional medical advice about how to put their infants to bed safely. There were six suspected cases of sleep-related death in the first three...

  • Women's clothing boutique Ruth Shaw moving to The Shops at Kenilworth

    Women's clothing boutique Ruth Shaw moving to The Shops at Kenilworth

    The women's clothing boutique Ruth Shaw is moving in September from its longtime home in the Village of Cross Keys in North Baltimore to another regional shopping enclave eight miles north, The Shops at Kenilworth. It's one of many new tenant announcements for Kenilworth, whose owners embarked...

  • Discovery could aid in development of treatments for fatal brain disease

    Discovery could aid in development of treatments for fatal brain disease

    Huntington's disease is an inherited brain disorder that is uniformly fatal, but researchers at Johns Hopkins believe they have made a big discovery about how the disease progresses that could lead to a way to stop it. Their findings offer hope for a treatment to more than 30,000 Americans who...

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