Thousands of pharmacy technicians would be licensed by the state for the first time as part of efforts to fight Ohio’s addictions epidemic, under budget proposals announced Tuesday by Gov. John Kasich.
Recent discoveries about how destructive Zika appears to be to fetal brains were cited, along with reports of rare neurologic problems in adults, too.
About 69 out of 100 high school students get insufficient sleep, and about two out of every 100 get too much.
A new poll shows about 4 in 10 have heard little to nothing about the mosquito-borne threat.
Dr. Cortney Schwartz had already admitted to having sexual relationships with at least two patients and carrying on personal relationships with up to 12 other women.
A small amount of a pesticide used to treat fruit trees spilled in the agriculture room of a high school about 70 miles southeast of Fort Wayne.
New menu boards with calorie counts should be up in all 27,000 U.S. Subway stores by April 11.
Bags of frozen broccoli cuts sold by Alimento Congelados, S.A. should be thrown out, according to the company.
Ohio’s infant mortality rate is among the worst in the nation. Infant mortality is measured as deaths of live-born babies before their first birthdays.
The University of Maryland on Friday acknowledged the “shortcomings” of its study that touted the benefits of a small company’s chocolate milk in improving the cognitive functions of high school football players.
The lack of change is noteworthy because autism estimates had been steadily increasing. In 2007, the government estimated only 1 in 150 children had autism.
The more hits to the head an amateur football player takes, the greater his risk of developing depression, difficulty making decisions and other forms of cognitive impairment as an adult, a preliminary study suggests.
A federal agency approved a new label for a common abortion-inducing drug that will undermine restrictions on medication abortions passed by several states, including Ohio.
Federal health officials are granting use of an experimental test to screen blood donations for Zika virus, an emergency step designed to protect local blood supplies from the mosquito-borne virus.
The lawsuit argues that with women spending an average of approximately $70 per year on feminine hygiene products, “a tax on tampons and pads is a tax on women.”
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration says a band saw didn’t have adequate guarding for cutting meat and hadn’t been properly adjusted.
The complaint cites 13 deodorants in the Old Spice line, with names including Swagger, Fiji and Bearglove.
The New Hampshire legislature is considering a bill that would allow needle exchange programs and decriminalize residual amounts of drugs in syringes.
Addyson Houser was born with an extremely rare syndrome. Doctors never expected her to make it out of the womb, let alone celebrate her third birthday this weekend.
The powder is designed to make the gloves easier to wear, but the FDA says it poses health risks to patients.