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Marshall Independent
Report estimates 44 percent drop in uninsured Minnesota kidsin 2013 to 3.5 percent in 2014. An estimated 38,000 children gained health insu
Report estimates 44 percent drop in uninsured Minnesota kids
Marshall Independent / Posted yesterday
in 2013 to 3.5 percent in 2014. An estimated 38,000 children gained health insurance after President Barack Obama's health care law took effect. That puts Minnesota among states with the lowest uninsured rates for kids under 18 in the nation. Gov.... Read more
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WDIO Duluth
Report Estimates 44 Percent Drop in Uninsured Minnesota Kidsin 2013 to 3.5 percent in 2014. An estimated 38,000 children gained health insu
Report Estimates 44 Percent Drop in Uninsured Minnesota Kids
WDIO Duluth / Posted yesterday
in 2013 to 3.5 percent in 2014. An estimated 38,000 children gained health insurance after President Barack Obama's health care law took effect. That puts Minnesota among states with the lowest uninsured rates for kids under 18 in the nation. Gov.... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
Report estimates 44 percent drop in uninsured Minnesota kidsin 2013 to 3.5 percent in 2014. An estimated 38,000 children gained health insu
Report estimates 44 percent drop in uninsured Minnesota kids
KTTC Rochester / Posted yesterday
in 2013 to 3.5 percent in 2014. An estimated 38,000 children gained health insurance after President Barack Obama's health care law took effect. That puts Minnesota among states with the lowest uninsured rates for kids under 18 in the nation. Gov.... Read more
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Pipestone County Star
Pipestone County Star, News, Sports, Obituaries, Businesses, Classifieds € Pipestone, MN 56164at 152) dropped decisions. PAS junior 160-pounder McKinley Bush opened the Arr
Pipestone County Star, News, Sports, Obituaries, Businesses, Classifieds € Pipestone, MN 56164
Pipestone County Star / Posted 2 days ago
at 152) dropped decisions. PAS junior 160-pounder McKinley Bush opened the Arrows’ comeback run with a well-worked fall of Dayton Nielsen, and Garrett Ploeger followed with a similar first-period fall of Jacob Rahn at 170 pounds. Ultimately,... Read more
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TribLIVE
Robert Morris trying to salvage seasonMorris' Billy Giles drives to the basket past Bryant's Dan Garvin during the se
Robert Morris trying to salvage season
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
Morris' Billy Giles drives to the basket past Bryant's Dan Garvin during the second half Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016 at Sewall Center. G Ben Millaud-Meunier 6-3 Sr. 13.4 This hasn't been your typical Robert Morris basketball season. Instead of... Read more
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The Maui News
Union suit against hospital takeover thrown outto dismiss the case. In August, the UPW, which represents about a quarter of t
Union suit against hospital takeover thrown out
The Maui News / Posted 2 days ago
to dismiss the case. In August, the UPW, which represents about a quarter of the 1,500 workers at Maui Memorial Medical Center, sought an injunction in federal court to prevent the state from forging a public-private partnership involving Maui... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking Reportold Arresting Agency: East Ridge FAILURE TO APPEAR DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED
Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking Report
The Chattanoogan / Posted 3 days ago
old Arresting Agency: East Ridge FAILURE TO APPEAR DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED GOINS, MICHAEL DAVID 1798 PIERCE HILL ROAD DAYTON, 37321 Age at Arrest: 53 years old Arresting Agency: Hamilton County POSS OF METH FOR RESALE POSSESSION OF DRUG... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Mocs play fifth game in 10 days tonightoccasions during his first season as coach. The players realize that it's part
Mocs play fifth game in 10 days tonight
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
occasions during his first season as coach. The players realize that it's part of the process, though. "It's tough," Mocs center Justin Tuoyo said Saturday. "We have a great trainer (Kyle Creasy) and a great strength and conditioning coach (Collin... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Nationwide Children’s doctors face 100-mile non-compete banspecialist can be limited. Dividing that small population between two or more p
Nationwide Children’s doctors face 100-mile non-compete ban
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 6 days ago
specialist can be limited. Dividing that small population between two or more providers might undermine the quality of care by limiting the opportunity for a pediatric specialist to keep his or her skills honed, some experts say. Pediatric... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
MARY K. LINNMary and Melvin lived in Lehigh during the years they raised their children. Th
MARY K. LINN
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 6 days ago
Mary and Melvin lived in Lehigh during the years they raised their children. Then theybuilt a home in Burnside and lived in Dayton for a short time. They returned home to Lehigh in 2003. Lehigh was the place that was "home" to Mary. She loved the... Read more
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The Providence Journal
URI Journal: Jarvis Garrett returns after missing a game with jaw injuryHe lost a front tooth during his first college practice at Seton Hall, the vict
URI Journal: Jarvis Garrett returns after missing a game with jaw injury
The Providence Journal / Posted 6 days ago
He lost a front tooth during his first college practice at Seton Hall, the victim of a stray elbow from 7-foot-2, 269-pound center Luther Wright.“He protected me for the most part,” Hurley said. “That time, he got me with an elbow.”Forward Kuran... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Exercise, diet must change with age to aid weight lossHealthNet is one of the largest groups of pediatrics, family medicine, internal
Exercise, diet must change with age to aid weight loss
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 7 days ago
HealthNet is one of the largest groups of pediatrics, family medicine, internal medicine, and urgent care practices in Southwest Ohio. More than 150 physicians, physician assistants and advanced practice nurses are located at... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Exercise, diet must change with age to aid weight lossHealthNet is one of the largest groups of pediatrics, family medicine, internal
Exercise, diet must change with age to aid weight loss
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 7 days ago
HealthNet is one of the largest groups of pediatrics, family medicine, internal medicine, and urgent care practices in Southwest Ohio. More than 150 physicians, physician assistants and advanced practice nurses are located at... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking ReportAgency: Chattanooga DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE FINANC
Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking Report
The Chattanoogan / Posted 9 days ago
Agency: Chattanooga DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DRIVERS TO EXERCISE DUE CARE CHRISTOPHER, MARCELL D 730 GERMANTOWN CIR CHATTANOGA, 37410 Age at Arrest: 19 years old Arresting Agency: DOMESTIC... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
The day afterto National Weather Service Meteorologist Roger Vachalek. For about four hours
The day after
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 9 days ago
to National Weather Service Meteorologist Roger Vachalek. For about four hours during the snowfall Tuesday, residents in Dayton, Lehigh and the surrounding area spent their afternoons without power. A motorist drives past snow drifts as they... Read more
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The Forward
The Secret Jewish History of Bosnia and Sarajevohistory and battle-scarred landscape, Sarajevo is renowned for its extraordinar
The Secret Jewish History of Bosnia and Sarajevo
The Forward / Posted 14 days ago
history and battle-scarred landscape, Sarajevo is renowned for its extraordinary cultural and religious diversity. In the center of the city there is a junction between two main streets where mosques, synagogues, churches and Orthodox and Catholic... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Nearly 12,000 in area have beaten Affordable Care Act deadlineCommunity health centers and other sign-up locations across Butler and Warren c
Nearly 12,000 in area have beaten Affordable Care Act deadline
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 14 days ago
Community health centers and other sign-up locations across Butler and Warren counties have seen a surge of applicants for health plans sold under the Affordable Care Act as Sunday’s final deadline for enrollment looms. Since the three-month... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Patients can improve care by asking questions, talkingThe quality of a patient’s healthcare may depend more upon the quality of commu
Patients can improve care by asking questions, talking
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 14 days ago
The quality of a patient’s healthcare may depend more upon the quality of communication inside the exam room than the accumulation of scientific facts. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) says that patients improve their care when... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Patients can improve care by asking questions, talkingThe quality of a patient’s healthcare may depend more upon the quality of commu
Patients can improve care by asking questions, talking
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 14 days ago
The quality of a patient’s healthcare may depend more upon the quality of communication inside the exam room than the accumulation of scientific facts. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) says that patients improve their care when... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Kasich doesn't mention water problems in Ohio when asked about Flint criss during debategovernment to help.” Reaction to the debate: “Kyle Kondik, an Ohio University
Kasich doesn't mention water problems in Ohio when asked about Flint criss during debate
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 15 days ago
government to help.” Reaction to the debate: “Kyle Kondik, an Ohio University graduate now with the University of Virginia Center for Politics, wondered if Kasich’s low visibility during the first half of the debate might actually be a benefit... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Winifred ShulerWinifred D. Shuler passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, at Hospi
Winifred Shuler
Yellow Springs News / Posted 15 days ago
Winifred D. Shuler passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, at Hospice of Dayton. She was 96. Winifred was born on April 1, 1919, to the late Newton M. and Myrtle A. (McGreevy) Beare in Lima, Ohio. In addition to her parents, Winifred... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Let's All Go to the Legislature!public. Still yawning? I don't blame you. But consider that a second effort at
Let's All Go to the Legislature!
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 16 days ago
public. Still yawning? I don't blame you. But consider that a second effort at legalizing medical marijuana could take center stage this year. Consider that for more than two years, big, brave politicians—many who enjoy government health-care... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Excerpts from recent Minnesota editorialstestimony on the subject to help guide the work of a joint House-Senate racial
Excerpts from recent Minnesota editorials
Marshall Independent / Posted 18 days ago
testimony on the subject to help guide the work of a joint House-Senate racial disparities work group. Along with Gov. Mark Dayton, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have issued calls to action around stubbornly entrenched disparities in... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
4 things to know before taking weight-loss medicationhowever, is easier said than done for most individuals, says Chandan Gupta, MD,
4 things to know before taking weight-loss medication
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 19 days ago
however, is easier said than done for most individuals, says Chandan Gupta, MD, a family physician with Monroe Medical Center. “Eating healthy and increasing physical activity are the most important aspects to losing weight, but when these... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
4 things to know before taking weight-loss medicationhowever, is easier said than done for most individuals, says Chandan Gupta, MD,
4 things to know before taking weight-loss medication
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 19 days ago
however, is easier said than done for most individuals, says Chandan Gupta, MD, a family physician with Monroe Medical Center. “Eating healthy and increasing physical activity are the most important aspects to losing weight, but when these... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Find a job with Journal- Upcoming job fairs have 100s of...There are a series of upcoming job fairs with openings in the fields of logisti
Find a job with Journal- Upcoming job fairs have 100s of...
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 20 days ago
There are a series of upcoming job fairs with openings in the fields of logistics, health care, construction and more. Below, the Journal-News spells out the details for attending these events: About 40 new jobs at retirement village Nonprofit... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
Celebrated poet celebrates 103rd birthday in Michigan | January 24, 2016busy. No one has time to sit down and write while they’re raising their kids,”
Celebrated poet celebrates 103rd birthday in Michigan | January 24, 2016
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 20 days ago
busy. No one has time to sit down and write while they’re raising their kids,” Lois said. Once she began her writing career, many of her articles and poems were published. By 1998, collections of her poetry were published in books and are now... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Race is a factor in high infant mortality rates, experts saywere already living here,” Frazier said. Developing a plan What Everyday Demo
Race is a factor in high infant mortality rates, experts say
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 20 days ago
were already living here,” Frazier said. Developing a plan What Everyday Democracy is doing is working with nine urban centers located in Hamilton, Butler, Lucas, Summit, Franklin, Montgomery, Mahoning, Cuyahoga and Stark counties to implement... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Winter storm shutdown to impact Chattanooga areaSchools will have regular school hours today. All extracurricular activities th
Winter storm shutdown to impact Chattanooga area
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 21 days ago
Schools will have regular school hours today. All extracurricular activities this evening and Saturday are cancelled. Aftercare will close at 4 p.m. * The Dalton-Whitfield Solid Waste Authority has announced that it's four facilities in Whitfield... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Why black babies die at twice the rate of whites in Butler Countytime period with 40 infant deaths resulting in a 12.3 rate. Angela Koenig, of
Why black babies die at twice the rate of whites in Butler County
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 22 days ago
time period with 40 infant deaths resulting in a 12.3 rate. Angela Koenig, of the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, released statistics compiled by the hospital, revealing that 522 babies died in Hamilton County from 2010 to... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
East Coast blast likely to mostly miss Clark Countysaid Lt. Brian Aller, commander of the Springfield Post of the State Highway Pa
East Coast blast likely to mostly miss Clark County
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 23 days ago
said Lt. Brian Aller, commander of the Springfield Post of the State Highway Patrol. The woman’s van went left-of-center and struck a Greenon School District bus carrying 29 elementary school students. No one was injured. “People need to... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
George Gulio Lazzarigolfing partner and good friend, Jim "Rocky" Stone. On May 20, 2000, George ma
George Gulio Lazzari
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
golfing partner and good friend, Jim "Rocky" Stone. On May 20, 2000, George married Margaret Mary "Peg" O'Neil of Dayton, Ohio, at St. Ann's Church in Chassell, and they had 15+ very happy years together. They divided their time between... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
BARBARA “PEGGY” HARVEYBarbara "Peggy" Harvey, 87, of Fort Dodge, passed away Friday, January 15, 2015
BARBARA “PEGGY” HARVEY
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 26 days ago
Barbara "Peggy" Harvey, 87, of Fort Dodge, passed away Friday, January 15, 2015 at the Grandview Health Care Center, Dayton, surrounded by her family. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Friday, January 22, 2016 in the Chapel of... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Report: Ohio’s obesity rate among highest in nationPREMIER HEALTH SPECIALISTS: Premier Health Specialists is one of the largest gr
Report: Ohio’s obesity rate among highest in nation
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 26 days ago
PREMIER HEALTH SPECIALISTS: Premier Health Specialists is one of the largest groups of specialty care practices in Southwest Ohio. More than 130 physicians serve patients in a variety of specialties such as bariatrics,... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Ohio’s obesity rate among highest in nationPREMIER HEALTH SPECIALISTS: Premier Health Specialists is one of the largest gr
Ohio’s obesity rate among highest in nation
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 26 days ago
PREMIER HEALTH SPECIALISTS: Premier Health Specialists is one of the largest groups of specialty care practices in Southwest Ohio. More than 130 physicians serve patients in a variety of specialties such as bariatrics,... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
New Carlisle approves 5-year capital plan, includes city officesHome, which will become City Hall. Belle Manor, 107 N. Pike St., will be donat
New Carlisle approves 5-year capital plan, includes city offices
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 27 days ago
Home, which will become City Hall. Belle Manor, 107 N. Pike St., will be donated to the city after a merger with Dayview Care Center, 1885 N. Dayton-Lakeview Road is completed. Vancrest, which owns the nursing homes, could turn the property over... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Health officials to target neighborhoods | Springfield, Ohio newsall health agencies for the coming years, said Chris Cook, chief executive offi
Health officials to target neighborhoods | Springfield, Ohio news
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 28 days ago
all health agencies for the coming years, said Chris Cook, chief executive officer of the Rocking Horse Community Health Center. “It’s not all on the health department,” Cook said. “It’s on all of the community partners — the hospital and us and... Read more
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Fairfield Echo
Non-profits receive $25K grants from Walmartin Butler and Warren counties. The grants — totaling $100,000 — were presented
Non-profits receive $25K grants from Walmart
Fairfield Echo / Posted 29 days ago
in Butler and Warren counties. The grants — totaling $100,000 — were presented during ceremonies at the Walmart Supercenter stores in West Chester Twp. and Franklin. Reach Out Lakota received $25,000 to help provide food and clothing to... Read more

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