Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun

Meredith Cohn

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Recent articles by Meredith:

Open enrollment for Obamacare plans begins today in Maryland

Open enrollment begins today on Maryland's health exchange. → Read More

Maryland reports its first monkeypox-related death

Maryland health officials confirmed the state's first death Friday related to monkeypox. → Read More

Baltimore, with the state’s most monkeypox cases, is opening new way to get vaccine

Baltimore, with the state's highest number of monkeypox cases, will get new avenues for vaccine. → Read More

Maryland hospitals, nursing homes get millions in additional COVID-19 funding

Maryland hospitals and nursing homes are receiving about $80 more federal funding for COVID-19 related costs. → Read More

Coronavirus, inflation push up cost of health insurance in Maryland

Maryland insurance regulators said health insurance rates will rise in 2023 but not as much as insurers wanted. → Read More

Baltimore man sentenced for fraud related to pandemic relief funds

A Baltimore man was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison for submitting more than $660,000 in fraudulent loan applications under the CARES Act, federal legislation aiming to provide relief during the coronavirus pandemic, according to federal authorities investigating fraud related to the program. → Read More

Hogan announces new trade office on trip to South Korea

The Maryland Department of Commerce will open a new foreign trade office in South Korea, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday in Seoul during his 12-day trade mission to Asia. → Read More

University of Maryland, Baltimore will launch effort to address violence in city

University of Maryland, Baltimore officials on Tuesday announced a new Center for Violence Prevention. → Read More

Five things to know about campylobacter, potentially spread at a recent Baltimore event

Here are five things to know about an infection from campylobacter. → Read More

Monkeypox vaccine preregistration site launches in Maryland

The Maryland Department of Health has launched a human monkeypox vaccination preregistration system so residents can be notified when they can access a shot. → Read More

Maryland monkeypox dashboard shows how many are affected and where

Maryland health officials launch monkeypox dashboard to detail infections. → Read More

When you take a pill for that headache, lie down on your right side. Here’s why, according to Johns Hopkins researchers.

If you want pills to work fastest after you take them, lie on your right side, according to Johns Hopkins University researchers, who modeled how posture affects pill dissolution in the stomach. → Read More

Got a cough and scratchy throat? Mild COVID is still COVID, Maryland doctors say.

Doctors urge people to stay vigilant against COVID-19 and test if symptoms arise. → Read More

Some concede, others watch and wait in Maryland Democratic primary race for governor

Ashwani Jain became the latest candidate in the Democratic primary for governor to concede. → Read More

A new COVID-19 foe, a really transmissible one, is emerging

The BA.5 subvariant of omicron is becoming the latest COVID-19 challenge in Maryland and across the nation. → Read More

University of Maryland doctors look to college athletes to understand COVID’s effects on the heart

University of Maryland doctors are using a registry of health data from college athletes to study COVID's effects on the heart. → Read More

With Roe v. Wade overturned, those seeking abortion will turn to Maryland

With the Roe v. Wade decision overturned, many women will look to Maryland for abortion services. → Read More

Kids aren’t skipping just COVID vaccines in Maryland. Meanwhile, measles and other threats loom.

Public health officials in Maryland are concerned that measles vaccinations have dropped as global cases have risen. → Read More

As COVID cases rise in Baltimore-area schools, leaders shy away from masking mandates

Maryland Department of Health data shows this week that cases of transmission have risen in schools across the region since students and educators returned from break around April 19. → Read More

Maryland abortion providers scramble to expand the workforce, expecting increased demand

The planning has begun across Maryland in about 20 reproductive health care clinics and in schools of nursing that expect to offer training to make significantly more abortion providers available. → Read More