Dr. Nicole Baldwin, a Cincinnati pediatrician, says her growing concern about what she called misleading anti-vaccine social media posts led her to publish an upbeat message about the benefits of childhood vaccinations.
It is a highly competitive and highly regulated industry, and Ohio’s medical marijuana program is now one year old with just about 80,000 Ohioans registered as eligible to purchase marijuana for medical purposes.
The American Cancer Society reports that for the 28th consecutive year the number of deaths due to cancer has decreased, but the really exciting news is the number of deaths, year to year, decreased by record levels.
The good news from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health is that the county is not seeing many cases of the flu at this time, but according to what we have seen over the past five years, there is a good chance that is about to change.
Great Lakes Growers, a hydroponic greenhouse in Burton, Ohio, is growing lettuce that is virtually "E. Coli proof." Demand for their products is skyrocketing amid so many E. Coli contamination cases and recalls.
Many long time smokers believe that, since they have been smoking for years, that there is not an actual health benefit to quitting, but a study recently published in the American Heart Journal tells a different story.
The Cuyahoga County Board of Health and the Ohio Department of Health have confirmed that a patient at the Altenheim Therapy Rehab Center in Strongsville has developed a case of Legionnaires’ Disease, and the County will lead the investigation to determine the source of the bacteria.
The Centers for Disease Control reports that the flu vaccine was delayed this year as the World Health Organization worked on a vaccine for a distinct virus that was rapidly increasing in some countries.