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  • Investigation of Harford gastroenteritis outbreak continues

    Investigation of Harford gastroenteritis outbreak continues
    With a potential restaurant-related outbreak of gastroenteritis under investigation in Harford County, plus a typical rise of gastrointestinal illnesses during the late winter, residents are being urged to take common-sense measures to reduce the spread of such illnesses.
  • Coca-Cola and white outrage

    I'd sooner book passage on a norovirus cruise than watch the Super Bowl, but I have become aware of a Coca-Cola commercial that aired during the event.  In the commercial, as Language Log points out, ethnically diverse images are displayed while...

    Paid sick leave for food workers makes us all healthier

    Paid sick leave for food workers makes us all healthier
    Baltimore's Restaurant Week, which recently ended, can be an occasion for reflection as well as celebration. Until recently, I was a Baltimore restaurant worker, with minor interruptions, for more than seven years. In my experience, no restaurant employee...

    Cruise passengers return to Baltimore after harrowing voyage

    Cruise passengers return to Baltimore after harrowing voyage
    They left Baltimore on Friday by cruise ship and came back Tuesday by charter jet. The passengers from the Grandeur of the Seas arrived safely and with sea stories to last a lifetime. A fire near the stern of the 917-foot Royal Caribbean International...

    Norovirus likely caused sickness at Pot Spring Elementary, officials say

    Norovirus likely caused sickness at Pot Spring Elementary, officials say
    Norovirus was likely the culprit that sickened 200 students and nine staff members at Pot Spring Elementary in Timonium last week, Baltimore County health officials have found. About a third of the school's students were absent May 17 because of...