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Meredith Cohn

Meredith Cohn came to the Sun in 2000 and has covered everything from airplanes to Zika. After a decade covering health and medicine, she is now on the business staff covering health and development topics. She's also worked for The Virginian-Pilot, States News Service and the Hagerstown Morning Herald.
Shootings like the one Monday in Baltimore remain rare in health care settings, though assaults are not uncommon

While health care workers endure more injuries than other workers, data suggests that shootings remain uncommon.

Baltimore drug treatment center where fatal shooting occurred is highly regarded and the oldest in Maryland

Man Alive, on Maryland Avenue in Charles North, opened 50 years ago and has grown into a center regarded for its range of services for mental health and substance use disorders, including art therapy.

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