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Ohio reduces allowable lead levels in children's blood by half; 7,600 children expected to have elevated levels

11/16/2014 - Lead poisoning is the greatest environmental threat to children, according to the Ohio Department of Health, which recently announced plans to reduce the safety threshold for lead in children's blood. The state is following the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) lead on taking lead...

Spate of respiratory illnesses in Ohio children has doctors testing for rare virus

9/15/2014 - Parents and medical professionals in Ohio are baffled after an abnormally large number of respiratory illnesses began rippling through the state, packing the emergency room full at the Nationwide Children's Hospital. The hospital's head doctors have already requested that virus samples be sent out to...

New, deadly drug-resistant pathogen emerges in Ohio, exchanges genes with other bacteria

9/8/2014 - Health researchers have announced the discovery of a new antibiotic-resistant superbug in Ohio, in a study published ahead of print in the journal Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. The print version is due for publication in October. Although any new superbug is cause for concern, researchers...

Duke Energy plant spilled thousands of gallons of diesel into Ohio River

8/26/2014 - The residents of Greater Cincinnati, Ohio, are relying on drinking water reserves after a nearby energy plant spilled 5,000 gallons of diesel fuel into the Ohio River late Monday night on Aug. 18. Although this particular incident was due to "human error," the plant reportedly has a authorization to...

Ohio slowly executes man with agonizing experimental lethal injection that almost didn't work

1/23/2014 - A controversial Ohio execution on January 16 appeared to confirm all the worst fears of its critics; the condemned man gasped desperately for breath and took nearly half an hour to die. The cocktail of drugs used in the execution, a combination of the sedative midazolam and the painkiller hydromorphone,...

Ohio man charged with shooting police robot that entered his bedroom

3/8/2013 - It's not a zombie apocalypse but it could be the next best - or worst - thing, depending on your point of view, but one thing is for certain: The robots are coming, and with them new laws that will undoubtedly be utilized to protect them. According to the Chillicothe Gazette, a Gannett-owned Ohio...

This is how Obama really got elected: Ohio voter casts six votes, fraud widespread

2/23/2013 - Prior to the November elections, Republican efforts to overhaul voter identification laws, according to the White House, congressional Democrats and most of the mainstream media, were nothing more than thinly veiled attempts to prevent legal Americans (especially minorities) from voting. These entities...

Movement springs up in Ohio to reclaim sovereign state's rights

9/27/2011 - In a sign of the divisive political times in which we live, there have been more calls in recent years for a reassertion of local sovereignty over federal control. And in at least one case, the governor (and a current presidential candidate) of one of the nation's most populous states has entertained...

Obamacare opponents in Ohio collect enough signatures to get constitutional amendment on fall ballot

7/27/2011 - After months of collecting signatures to get a constitutional amendment to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, on the November 8 ballot, Ohio residents opposed to the health care overhaul have finally achieved success. Reports indicate that the group Ohioans for...

Ohio farmers resist GMOs because non-GMO seeds work better

3/24/2011 - Ohio farmers are more reluctant to plant genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in their fields than their counterparts in other Midwestern states, planting nearly 30 percent of their fields with non-modified corn. In contrast, less than 20 percent of corn acreage in Indiana, Illinois and Iowa is planted...

Humane Society Leads Broad Livestock Welfare Reforms

7/14/2010 - In an article dated June 30, 2010, The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) reported that major farm animal welfare reforms were being enacted in Ohio. An agreement with the Ohio Livestock Standards Care Board, the Legislature and the Governor has led to improvements. The agreement calls for...

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