Health Care

Troubled Maryland plant told to toss part of the J&J vaccine...

WASHINGTON — Federal health regulators have instructed Maryland’s Emergent BioSolutions to scrap some batches of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine substance manufactured at the...

Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccination rollout hits slowest pace since 2020

The rate of new vaccinations against COVID-19 in Ohio has slowed to a rate not seen since December, according to an analysis of state...

Senate budget adds new restrictions on abortion providers

The Senate passed its version of the state budget Wednesday, which includes new regulations on abortion providers that advocates say are medically unnecessary and...

‘5G towers,’ other conspiracies flourish at hearing on vaccine bill

A doctor warned that vaccinated people might be magnetized and pose a health risk to unvaccinated people around them. A pastor said vaccines contain ingredients...

Budget measure would undermine affordable housing for hundreds of thousands in...

Scores of Ohio business and social service organizations are voicing opposition to a move by Senate President Matt Huffman to raise taxes on housing...

Ohio Budget: Lawmakers’ priorities not quite on target, advocates say

The money invested in a state budget should be fully reflective of the state’s values, public advocates say in arguing the current proposals considered...

Public health officials try to battle the misinformation pandemic

Ohio continues to get good news in its fight against coronavirus. On Saturday, the infection rate dropped to less than 50 cases per 100,000...

Study: Work requirements for SNAP don’t increase employment numbers

New policy research suggests imposing work requirements upon people who receive food stamps can slash benefit rolls by more than 50% without producing much...

Covid was a tipping point for telehealth. If some have their...

By Noam N. Levey, Kaiser Health News As the covid crisis wanes and life approaches normal across the U.S., health industry leaders and many patient...

Ohio suits against drug middlemen headed for the long haul

Ohio has been one of the most active states litigating against drug middlemen, whom Attorney General Dave Yost accuses of bilking state agencies out...
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