Web Toolbar by Wibiya
Login | Sign Up AnonymousUser
twiter
New to Comunitee?


or Sign Up with Email

Health

>> OHIO Latest News

MAR 26, 2015 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

A Must Read - Share

'Heartbeat bill' prompts passionate reader debate over abortion: What you're saying (Poll)

After the Ohio House passed the "heartbeat bill" Wednesday, cleveland.com readers argued at length over whether abortion was murder, where the line should be drawn on a woman's right to have control over her own body, on the politics behind the abortion issue and about Rep. Christina Hagan, the bill's sponsor.

Tags: 'Heartbeat bill' prompts passionate reader debate over abortion: What you're saying (Poll),  Ohio Latest News

MAR 26, 2015 - Washington Times

A Must Read - Share

Ohio firefighter dies from injuries during rescue effort

CINCINNATI (AP) - A 29-year veteran firefighter died "a hero" Thursday from injuries he suffered while searching for people to rescue from a burning Cincinnati apartment building, authorities said. Daryl Gordon, 54, was removed from the building by stretcher after falling down an elevator shaft and died at a hospital, ...

Tags: Ohio firefighter dies from injuries during rescue effort,  Ohio Latest News

MAR 26, 2015 - Huffington Post

A Must Read - Share

Kentucky's New Heroin Law Marks A 'Culture Shift'

WASHINGTON -- On Tuesday night, Kentucky lawmakers passed wide-ranging legislation to combat the state’s heroin epidemic. The bipartisan measure represents a significant policy shift away from more punitive measures toward a focus on treating addicts, not jailing them. The state will now allow local health departments to set up needle exchanges and increase the number of people who can carry ...

Tags: Kentucky's New Heroin Law Marks A 'Culture Shift',  Ohio Latest News

MAR 26, 2015 - Fox News

A Must Read - Share

MAR 26, 2015 - Huffington Post

A Must Read - Share

One State Is Cracking Down On Workers Who Nap On The Job

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — By day, Tanya Lemon was a 35-year-old single mother who took care of her four children. By night, she worked 12-hour shifts as a nurse at a state group home in suburban Syracuse, paid to watch over vulnerable residents as they slept. That's also when she got her own sleep, prosecutors say — a routine that ...

Tags: One State Is Cracking Down On Workers Who Nap On The Job,  Ohio Latest News