Health Care

Federal regulator’s oversight of the drug supply chain blasted — by...

One of two federal agencies tasked with policing anticompetitive behavior among corporations last week said it has a lot more work to do when...

“Born alive” abortion bill introduced again, despite current law, low statistics

Two medical professionals in the Ohio Senate reintroduced a bill that would criminalize physician inaction in "botched abortions," but say the bill is more...

‘Get a shot and have a beer’: Biden touts free brew,...

WASHINGTON — Free child care during COVID-19 vaccine appointments. Late-night appointment slots on Fridays. And free beer for everybody over 21 if President Joe Biden’s vaccination...

Ohio’s unvaccinated might be in as much danger now as they...

More than 5 million Ohioans have started getting vaccinated against the coronavirus — and a few lucky ones will win a million bucks or...

Antitrust concerns are increasing on Capitol Hill. Advocates say they should...

Antitrust concerns are increasing on Capitol Hill. Advocates say they should extend to drug pricing.

Eleven generic versions of an HIV drug rush onto the market…...

The health care system is supposed to incentivize the development of wonder drugs and then apply market forces to squeeze prices to a minimum....

GOP governor and lawmakers clash over vaccine policy

Through PSAs, press appearances with doctors, and even launching an unheard of $1 million lottery for immunized residents, GOP Gov. Mike DeWine wants to...

Housing advocate: Worker crunch due to a lot more than federal...

Federal unemployment supplements are not the sole reason Ohio employers are having a hard time finding workers, an Ohio housing advocate said Monday. Gov. Mike...

With new legislation supporting mental health housing, property tax case gets...

The Ohio Supreme Court vacated the decision of a state tax board that said tax exemptions shouldn’t apply to a permanent supportive housing facility...

For hundreds of thousands of Ohioans, the pandemic isn’t over. Is...

For hundreds of thousands of Ohioans, the pandemic isn't over. Is anybody thinking about them?
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