In northwest Ohio, 2016 marked the first time fentanyl overtook heroin in fatal overdoses.
About 50,000 patients are expected per year at the center, which will employ about 425 staff members.
Millions in aid distributed across Ohio last year stuck in political limbo.
More than 300 drivers, mechanics, and other staff taught to use overdose reversal medication.
Funding comes from Ohio Department of Medicaid.
New guidelines for doctors to mechanically remove blood clots.
Toledo-area woman first to receive Avalus pericardial aortic surgical valve outside trial phase.
Repeated violations prompt license suspension for 30 days.
Training sessions for area non-profits on new federal requirements.
Health officials warn that the flu should not be taken lightly.