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Dayton Daily News
Citizens rescued child in crash that killed 2 in Greene Countypeople killed so far this year in Greene County traffic crashes The child, the
Dayton Daily News / Posted 43 minutes ago
people killed so far this year in Greene County traffic crashes The child, the lone survivor in the crash, was taken to Dayton Children’s Hospital with injuries not believed to be life threatening. “We have the child out,” the woman said in the... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Wright State ordered to pay accused doctor $91KAn arbitrator has ordered Wright State University to pay $91,799 to a former Da
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 43 minutes ago
An arbitrator has ordered Wright State University to pay $91,799 to a former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor who was fired amid an investigation into whether he inappropriately touched the breasts of two female patients. The allegations led to... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Children’s Hospital plans urgent care north of DaytonDayton Children’s Hospital is planning to open a new urgent care center, expand
Dayton Daily News / Posted 43 minutes ago
Dayton Children’s Hospital is planning to open a new urgent care center, expanding on its Huber Heights office. The independent pediatrics hospital stated Monday that it will be adding the center to its current office at 8501 Old Troy Pike “to... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Wright State ordered to pay accused doctor $91KAn arbitrator has ordered Wright State University to pay $91,799 to a former Da
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 56 minutes ago
An arbitrator has ordered Wright State University to pay $91,799 to a former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor who was fired amid an investigation into whether he inappropriately touched the breasts of two female patients. The allegations led to... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Wright State ordered to pay accused doctor $91KAn arbitrator has ordered Wright State University to pay $91,799 to a former Da
Dayton Daily News / Posted an hour ago
An arbitrator has ordered Wright State University to pay $91,799 to a former Dayton Children’s Hospital doctor who was fired amid an investigation into whether he inappropriately touched the breasts of two female patients. The allegations led to... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Springfield woman charged after allegedly shaking 2-month-old babyFriday morning. Bond was set at $5,000, according to court records. On Nov. 26
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
Friday morning. Bond was set at $5,000, according to court records. On Nov. 26, Springfield police officers were called to Dayton Children’s Hospital about a 2-month-old with a brain bleed, the report said. Taylor told police she was unsure what... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Flu cases increase, one admitted this season at Cincinnati Children’sChildren’s Hospital has had one child admitted for the flu since Nov. 1, though
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted yesterday
Children’s Hospital has had one child admitted for the flu since Nov. 1, though its still early in the season. Dayton Children’s Hospital admitted its first child this week with flu symptoms. Dr. Sherman Alter, director of infections... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Fatal crash with multiple other injuries reported in Greene Co.as three other people in a car who were injured. At least one person was taken
Dayton Daily News / Posted yesterday
as three other people in a car who were injured. At least one person was taken to Miami Valley Hospital, and another to Dayton Children’s Hospital. It has not been confirmed whether the crash was weather-related. FIRST REPORT A serious-injury... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Flu cases increase, first case admitted at Dayton Children’syears cases started to rise in December and peaked around February. Dr. Sherma
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 2 days ago
years cases started to rise in December and peaked around February. Dr. Sherman Alter, director of infections diseases at Dayton Children’s Hopsital , said the number of flu cases in the Dayton region has been slow so far but he expects the number... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Flu cases increase, first case admitted at Dayton Children’syears cases started to rise in December and peaked around February. Dr. Sherma
Dayton Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
years cases started to rise in December and peaked around February. Dr. Sherman Alter, director of infections diseases at Dayton Children’s Hopsital , said the number of flu cases in the Dayton region has been slow so far but he expects the number... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Suspect in car that crashes into house, killing mother and son, indictedMaria Davis, 39, was pronounced dead at the home, and her 7-year-old son, Jerom
Dayton Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Maria Davis, 39, was pronounced dead at the home, and her 7-year-old son, Jerome Davis, was pronounced dead that night at Dayton Children’s Hospital. According to a Dayton Municipal Court affidavit, Williams-Parks fled on foot after the crash on... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Services set for mother, son killed when car rammed Dayton housein the deaths of both. Maria Davis, 39, was pronounced dead in the house Nov.
Dayton Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
in the deaths of both. Maria Davis, 39, was pronounced dead in the house Nov. 29, while her son Jerome was transported to Dayton Children’s Hospital, where he died, according to officials. The service is scheduled for 11 a.m. at Revival Center... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Respiratory virus on rise at Children’s; first flu case admittedDayton Children’s Hospital admitted its first child with the flu this season F
Dayton Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
Dayton Children’s Hospital admitted its first child with the flu this season Flu season changes each year in the Miami Valley, though in recent years cases started to rise in December and peaked around February. The pediatric hospital stated that... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Dayton Children’s Hospital South suspicious package was false alarm, police sayUPDATE @ 12:24 p.m.: Springboro police said a suspicious package reported at t
Dayton Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
UPDATE @ 12:24 p.m.: Springboro police said a suspicious package reported at the Dayton Children’s Hospital South campus is believed to have been a false alarm and people have been permitted to return to the building. A spokesperson for the... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Dayton Children’s Hospital South suspicious package was false alarm, police sayUPDATE @ 12:24 p.m.: Springboro police said a suspicious package reported at t
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 4 days ago
UPDATE @ 12:24 p.m.: Springboro police said a suspicious package reported at the Dayton Children’s Hospital South campus is believed to have been a false alarm and people have been permitted to return to the building. A spokesperson for the... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Prosecutor wants sex offender to move from near Children’s daycarecomplaint in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court says Hannah’s apartment at 22
Dayton Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
complaint in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court says Hannah’s apartment at 225 Troy St. is too close to the Dayton Children’s Medical Center Daycare at 413 Valley St. The complaint notes that on Oct. 27, 2017, Montgomery County... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Man who’s charged after death of Dayton mother, son has criminal recordjust before 11 p.m. Wednesday. Maria Davis, 39, was pronounced dead in the hou
Dayton Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
just before 11 p.m. Wednesday. Maria Davis, 39, was pronounced dead in the house, while her son Jerome was transported to Dayton Children’s Hospital, where he died, according to officials. One suspect, Kesean D. Williams-Parks, 24, was taken into... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Dayton Children’s patients to have final move into new tower todayDayton Children’s Hospital patients will have their final move into the new mul
Dayton Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
Dayton Children’s Hospital patients will have their final move into the new multi-million dollar tower today. RELATED: Dayton Children’s Hospital announces near $200K donation for pediatric cancer research The event, occurring from 9:30 a.m. to 11... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Police unsure who drove car into house killing mother, sonof a 7-year-old and his mother. Maria Davis, 39, was pronounced dead in the ho
Dayton Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
of a 7-year-old and his mother. Maria Davis, 39, was pronounced dead in the house while her son Jerome was transported to Dayton Children’s Hospital where he later died, according to officials. Kesean W. Parks, 24, was taken into custody near the... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Downtown is full of holiday sights, songs and soundswindow displays in the Schuster Center’s Wintergarden Wonderland. CONTRIBUTED
Dayton Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
window displays in the Schuster Center’s Wintergarden Wonderland. CONTRIBUTED This year’s Grande Illumination and the Dayton Children’s Parade Spectacular in Lights may be in the holiday history books, but the Dayton Holiday Festival continues... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
PARENTING WITH DR. RAMEY: For our kids, is this the best of times?provide our kids with safe and loving homes. Next Week: Unexpected benefits of
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 16 days ago
provide our kids with safe and loving homes. Next Week: Unexpected benefits of a bad childhood Dr. Ramey is the Executive Director of Dayton Children’s Center for Pediatric Mental Health Resources and can be contacted at Rameyg@childrensdayton.... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Are your kids’ toys safe?unsafe. If you have any doubt about a toy’s safety, err on the side of caution
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 16 days ago
unsafe. If you have any doubt about a toy’s safety, err on the side of caution and do not allow your child to play with it. This look at a children’s health or safety issue comes from Dayton Children’s Hospital. Email: newsroom@childrensdayton... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Here’s how Dayton Children’s will pay for $28M centerDayton Children’s Hospital wants to build a community health center next to its
Dayton Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
Dayton Children’s Hospital wants to build a community health center next to its main campus, pictured in the rendering. CONTRIBUTED Dayton Children’s Hospital wants to pay for a planned $28 million community health center with a mix of private... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
5 must-read stories this Thanksgiving Eve, hint: it may save your lifetheir three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found no ca
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 19 days ago
their three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found no cancer. Charlotte Caraway, 3, is a patient at Dayton Children’s Hospital. CONTRIBUTED Lester Parker and William Tucker were sentenced to life in prison with the... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
5 must-read stories this Thanksgiving Eve, hint: it may save your lifetheir three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found no ca
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 19 days ago
their three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found no cancer. Charlotte Caraway, 3, is a patient at Dayton Children’s Hospital. CONTRIBUTED Staff Writer Lester Parker and William Tucker were sentenced to life in prison with... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
CANCER FREE! Doctors give area family news before Thanksgivingthat their three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found
Dayton Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
that their three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found no cancer. Stephanie Caraway said Tuesday Dayton Children’s Hospital gave the “no evidence of disease” diagnosis the family had been praying for their daughter... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Area parents told 3-old cancer free two days before Thanksgivingthat their three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 19 days ago
that their three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found no cancer. Stephanie Caraway said Tuesday Dayton Children’s Hospital gave the “no evidence of disease” diagnosis the family had been praying for their daughter... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
CANCER FREE! Doctors give area family news before Thanksgivingthat their three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 19 days ago
that their three-year-old daughter can stop chemotherapy after new tests found no cancer. Stephanie Caraway said Tuesday Dayton Children’s Hospital gave the “no evidence of disease” diagnosis the family had been praying for their daughter... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
2 traditional holiday events on tap Fridayfor everybody.” This will be the 45th year the holidays kickoff in grand style
Dayton Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
for everybody.” This will be the 45th year the holidays kickoff in grand style in Dayton, with the Grand Illumination and Dayton Children’s Parade Spectacular in Lights, which happens from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday at Courthouse Square. The... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Judge: 1 trial for ex-Dayton Children’s doctor accused by 2 patientsThe gross sexual imposition charges against former Dayton Children’s doctor Aru
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 20 days ago
The gross sexual imposition charges against former Dayton Children’s doctor Arun Aggarwal stemming from two female patients will be tried in one case, a Montgomery County Common Pleas judge decided. Aggarwal, 40, faces four counts of gross sexual... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Judge: 1 trial for ex-Dayton Children’s doctor accused by 2 patientsAggarwal booking photo from Loudoun County, Va., Sheriff’s Office. The gross s
Dayton Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
Aggarwal booking photo from Loudoun County, Va., Sheriff’s Office. The gross sexual imposition charges against former Dayton Children’s doctor Arun Aggarwal stemming from two female patients will be tried in one case, a Montgomery County... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
More than 500 at Wright State celebrate Thanksgiving away from homeby giving food to Wright State’s student food pantry, donating a pair of shoes
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 20 days ago
by giving food to Wright State’s student food pantry, donating a pair of shoes to Samaritan’s Feet or making a card for Dayton Children’s hospital patients. What has become an annual tradition at Wright State started in 2012 when the university... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
More than 500 at Wright State celebrate Thanksgiving away from homeby giving food to Wright State’s student food pantry, donating a pair of shoes
Dayton Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
by giving food to Wright State’s student food pantry, donating a pair of shoes to Samaritan’s Feet or making a card for Dayton Children’s hospital patients. What has become an annual tradition at Wright State started in 2012 when the university... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Ohio girl with craniofacial disorder comes to Dayton for helpdisorder, a rare congenital condition characterized by abnormal development of
Dayton Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
disorder, a rare congenital condition characterized by abnormal development of the eyes, ears and spine, according to Dayton Children’s hospital. It can cause facial differences in people who have the disorder. “From the very beginning, I’ve... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Ohio only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 25 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
K99.1 FM fundraiser draws generous donation from Garth Brooks and Trisha YearwoodGarth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood made a contribution of close to $50K duri
Dayton Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood made a contribution of close to $50K during K99.1 FM’s yearly Dayton Children’s radio-thon Thursday morning. This is the second straight year that Brooks has called into K99 to make a personal donation to Dayton... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
K99.1 FM fundraiser draws generous donation from Garth Brooks and Trisha YearwoodGarth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood made a contribution of close to $50K duri
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 25 days ago
Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood made a contribution of close to $50K during K99.1 FM’s yearly Dayton Children’s radio-thon Thursday morning. This is the second straight year that Brooks has called into K99 to make a personal donation to Dayton... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
New Dayton medical center takes step forwardA rendering shows the planned Center for Community Health and Advocacy. Dayton
Dayton Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
A rendering shows the planned Center for Community Health and Advocacy. Dayton Children’s will build the new center near its campus. CONTRIBUTED Dayton Children’s Hospital’s plan to construct a new community-focused medical center took a step... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 25 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 25 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 25 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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ajc.com
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
ajc.com / Posted 25 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 25 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 25 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 26 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton Police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
Dayton Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton Police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Ohio is only state where police are not required to report child abuseofficers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with chi
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 26 days ago
officers in the Dayton region coordinate their criminal investigations with children services cases through Care House at Dayton Children’s Hospital. “We already do this,” Dayton Police spokeswoman Cara Zinski-Neace said. The department’s policy... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
The only time your child needs an antibiotic is …cough, strep throat or a urinary tract infection,” says Sherman Alter, MD, medi
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 28 days ago
cough, strep throat or a urinary tract infection,” says Sherman Alter, MD, medical director of infectious disease at Dayton Children’s. “In that case, your doctor will prescribe an antibiotic to kill these living organisms. However, it is... Read more

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