Money raised helps Epilepsy Center of Northwest Ohio.
Material used on patients wasn’t approved by Food and Drug Administration.
Targets Planned Parenthood clinics and its free screenings.
Calories listed in bigger, bolder type and a new line for added sugars.
Vote split along party lines with White House veto threat looming.
COLUMBUS — The state Senate is considering providing an “affirmative defense” for card-holding medical marijuana users found to be in possession of pot and wants to be more aggressive against possible money laundering. But
Toledo man overdosed from drug readily available online.
Nonprofits still OK to block insurance for contraception.
Local counselors help patients tackle sensitive subjects.
Ohio starts naloxone awareness campaign Ohio has seen a major increase in overdose deaths involving fentanyl, a synthetic narcotic used to treat severe pain that in its prescription form is estimated to be 30 to 50 times more potent than heroin.