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Local doctors remain skeptical of new drug
When the pink pill becomes available in October, the first-ever drug approved for women with low sex drive will be heralded by many as a victory for women’s health, yet viewed with skepticism by some in the local medical community. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved the use of Addyi, also known as flibanserin, to treat hypoactive sexual desire disorder or HSDD in women.

A horse is a horse
Racing returned for the season at Maumee Downs October 1, 1960.
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Harbaugh molding team into how he wants it to be
Wolverines open Thursday night at Utah.

North Toledo site prepares for farm on dredged soil
Project to affect lake’s water quality.

Food Revolution is sharing healthy recipes for success
For some firms, there is such a thing as a free lunch.

Kindness project combats bullying
Part of one photographer’s plan to stomp out bullying.

Tips for healthy back-to-school routine
Organize menu, time. (Sponsored Content)


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Horror master Wes Craven dies at 76
Director of 'Nightmare on Elm Street' and 'Scream.'
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Mud Hens lose to Indianapolis
Toledo loses lead in eighth. 
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Motorcycle, vehicle crash near Van Buren
Incident occurred on State Route 613 in Hancock County.
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Hurricane Ignacio at peak strength
Storm moves closer to Hawaii.
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S. Amjad Hussain
An afternoon of reminiscing
Leads friends along the road to nirvana.
Keith Burris
Toledo’s enthusiast returns
Carty Finkbeiner running for a fourth term as mayor.
Mary Bilyeu
Magic Wok egg rolls benefit charity ...
The Victory Center partners with local restaurant. 
Dave Hackenberg
Loss will have little impact on Irish’s year
Plenty of season left for defending Division III state champion.

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