Depression in Ohio higher than nation, poor mental health increasing

BY: - October 27, 2022

A new study shows incidents of depression are above the national average in the Ohio, and reported suicides are up as well. Overall, the percentage of Ohioans reporting poor mental health was up, according to research from the Health Policy Institute of Ohio. “Like other areas of health, data show that access to care is […]


What can Ohio do to fight PTSD?

BY: - August 23, 2022

If you are interested in the world of public health, you may have heard the growing conversation around adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)—traumatic events in childhood that have health and economic impacts that ripple into adulthood. According to the Health Policy Institute of Ohio nearly two-thirds of Ohio adults reported exposure to ACEs in 2015. This […]


Gary Gulman’s ‘Great Depresh’ a heartfelt look at depression, anxiety and loneliness

BY: - December 13, 2019

Each Friday in our newsletter, we are highlighting things that are relevant that also make us laugh. We are also highlighting stories and commentary from other media big and small throughout Ohio and the nation. If you’d like to get this feature directly to your inbox, please sign up for our newsletter here.  Friday Funday Like […]