WCPO won a core complaint against the Ohio Department of Health, which ruled that health officials violated public records law when they refused to release the number of COVID-19 deaths at a Cincinnati nursing home.
Though the United States appears to be coming out of the worst of the pandemic, COVID-19 isn't going away any time soon. And there remains the continued risk of another surge as more states relax...
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Georgia Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams explains the change in her position on abortion: There is 'no place in that medical decision for ideology or for politicians'
"I understand the sincere concerns. But those are religious concerns, or often concerns driven by personal morality," Abrams said in a CNN interview.
"Our choice was, and remains, controversial. But it shouldn’t be."
- Detroit Free Press
BHSH System released an update Saturday night stating it will continue its practice of providing abortions when medically necessary.
- The Telegraph
We’re a restless nation. Around a third of us have trouble sleeping every week – and the problem gets worse from midlife onwards.
- The Conversation
Should you get a COVID-19 booster shot now or wait until fall? Two immunologists help weigh the options
Clinical studies show that mixing and matching booster vaccines can lead to a more robust immune response. SDI Productions/E+ via Getty ImagesWhile COVID-19 vaccines continue to be highly effective at preventing hospitalization and death, it has become clear that the protection offered by the current vaccines wanes over time. This necessitates the use of booster shots that are safe and effective in enhancing the immune response against the virus and extending protection. But when to get a first
- Business Insider
Tucker Carlson says corporations are helping their employees get an out-of-state abortion because those 'without families are much cheaper for the company'
After the Supreme Court voted to strike down Roe v. Wade, Disney and Meta offered to pay travel costs for employees seeking an abortion out of state.
- E! News
Former Bachelor star Cam Ayala is navigating life as an amputee following a lengthy surgery after years of battling lymphedema.
A YouTuber asked a random New Yorker for his thoughts on abortion. The stranger turned out to be the former president of Planned Parenthood.
"You cannot make abortion go away by criminalizing it. All you do is you make it unsafe," former president of Planned Parenthood Alexander Sanger said.
Couple files lawsuit against Boston hospital after discovering the body of their premature baby had probably been thrown in the trash with soiled linens
The baby died after being born three months premature. The baby's mother said the loss of the body made it feel as if "she died all over again."
Alito said women seeking abortions should have to listen to distressing details about fetal development as 'part of the responsibility of moral choice'
The memo also laid out the conservative justice's strategy for eventually overturning abortion rights in the US, The New York Times reported.
- Foster's Daily Democrat
Curtis graciously allowed us to come into his life. He had been suffering for years with teeth that ached and ruled his days.
Many Republicans rejoiced at Roe being overturned but these 4 GOP governors want to protect the right to abortion
Republican-led states have enacted or will enact abortion bans as a result of Friday's Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
- The Coloradoan
A Loveland man says he was sober while driving home from Fort Collins when he was arrested for DUI. Blood tests were negative for drugs and alcohol.
- CBS News
South Dakota's trigger law was passed in 2005 and does not include exceptions for rape or incest.
- Business Insider
AOC recalls thanking God she had the choice to get an abortion when she took a pregnancy test after being raped
The New York lawmaker said she took a pregnancy test after being sexually assaulted and thought, "Thank God I have, at least, a choice."
- Consumer Reports
Recent research finds that leakage is very common. But effective help is out there.By Ashley AbramsonAlways on the lookout for a bathroom? Bladder leakage can interfere with your well-being, and ...
- The Telegraph
The number of children being treated for Type 2 diabetes has risen by a staggering 50 per cent in just five years. A grim figure by any standards, yet made all the worse for its release in the same week as the Government’s Food Strategy – the long-awaited report which promised to crack down on junk food advertising and buy-one get-one-free deals, yet in the end shirked both options.
- Tri-City Herald
School and long term care outbreaks in Benton and Franklin counties.