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Two teens injured in shootings in southwest Baltimore

Two teenagers were injured in shootings Friday night that police believe occurred in the 2200 block of Ramsey Street in Baltimore. According to Baltimore City police, a 17-year-old suffered a graze wound to his head and an 18-year-old was shot in the arm at about 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Carrollton...

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  • Turkey salmonella outbreak is widespread, ongoing, federal health officials warn

    Turkey salmonella outbreak is widespread, ongoing, federal health officials warn

    Federal health officials on Thursday reported the first death in an ongoing salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the death was in California but didn't have any immediate details. Since last November, the agency said 164 people have fallen...

  • Here's how Maryland hospitals fared on latest safety report card

    Here's how Maryland hospitals fared on latest safety report card

    Maryland hospitals were safer for patients this fall than they were six months ago, according to the latest assessment from the Leapfrog Group. Maryland ranked 38th of all states for safety in the group’s biannual Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, with 20 percent of Maryland hospitals receiving...

  • Some Maryland workers turn heavily to opioids when injured, study finds

    Some Maryland workers turn heavily to opioids when injured, study finds

    Close to a third of Maryland workers who filed injury compensation claims in recent years continued to rely on highly addictive opioid painkillers three months after they were hurt, according to a recent study by University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers. Excessive use of painkillers...

  • Maryland might not have properly vetted some Medicaid enrollees

    Maryland might not have properly vetted some Medicaid enrollees

    Maryland may have allowed residents who did not qualify for Medicaid into the government health program for the poor by failing to consider all of their income, according to a routine audit of the quasi-governmental agency that oversees the Maryland health exchange. The Maryland Health Benefit...

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