The U.S. government should move swiftly to pass a bill that would make it more difficult to traffic a deadly synthetic opioid.
Two times scheduled for seminar on June 25.
Dr. Brittany Denny: Ignoring signs can turn small problems into big problems.
As of Thursday afternoon, there were 1,252 registrations for properties under the first deadline, of an estimated 12,500 required to do so.
A district court case jeopardizes protections for pre-existing conditions.
ProMedica officials point to fewer inpatient admissions, say services provided won’t change.
The NFL shouldn’t be allowed to change the rules mid-game.
The samples were collected in early June in Toledo, Maumee, and Springfield Township.
The Red Cross and The Blade’s media partner, WTVG-TV, Channel 13, will hold a blood drive from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Great Lakes Rental Event Center, 540 S. St. Clair St. in Toledo. Donors will receive one free ticket to Cedar Point
Did the federal government bungle a chance to head off the opioid epidemic in 2007?