Health Care

She’s a public health professor by day; a COVID-19 truther by...

Nearly 500,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, but that’s not scaring Catherine Stein. As the pandemic’s death toll rises and the scientific consensus has crystalized...

Vaccinations slow after storms delay shipments of 6 million COVID-19 doses

WASHINGTON — The extreme cold weather across much of the country has delayed 6 million COVID-19 vaccine doses, slowing a vaccination rate that has...

A complete abortion ban isn’t law in Ohio, but some Ohioans...

Currently, abortion is legal in Ohio for pregnancies up to 22 weeks gestation. But an analysis by researchers in the state says the legislative back-and-forth...

YouTube censors Ohio House hearing video for COVID-19 misinformation

The opening testimony Wednesday in support of a legislative effort to allow lawmakers to vote down public health orders went far enough off the...

U.S. Senate hears from Ohio on the need for economic relief,...

WASHINGTON — In anticipation of U.S. House votes on President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, Sen. Sherrod Brown held a Thursday hearing...

Added COVID-19 testing on the way with $1.6B from the Biden...

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is directing $1.6 billion to bolster COVID-19 testing nationally, including money to expand testing in schools and homeless shelters, boost...

The ACA marketplace is open again for insurance sign-ups. Here’s what...

By Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News For people who’ve been without health insurance during the pandemic, relief is in sight. In January, President Joe Biden signed an...

Bipartisan state, local leaders in Biden meeting push for direct aid...

WASHINGTON — Bipartisan mayors from Detroit and Miami who met at the White House on Friday with President Joe Biden emerged saying they back...

How ODH undershot the COVID-19 death toll by 34%

Human error, bureaucracy, and an abrupt crush of COVID-19 deaths this fall all factored into a critical accounting mistake obscuring Ohio’s full pandemic death...

Amid Ohio’s covid gloom, some bright spots

For almost a year now, Ohioans have been subjected to a relentless stream of bad news about the coronavirus.  First it was a shortage of...
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