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One woman’s testimony of surviving HIV/AIDS

A mother of two children, working as a supervisor at the Holiday Inn, the news devastated her and ultimately changed her life. Because she learned of her status around the end of October,

Statewide campaign will educate and promote healthy eating for diabetics

The CareSource Diabetic Food Box program is made possible through a $140,000 two-year grant from the CareSource Foundation to The Dayton Foodbank Inc.

A teenage perception of HIV/AIDS

The only reason my picture is different is because I saw a show on TV where a kid got HIV from a blood transfusion.

Getting help enrolling in the health marketplace

We’ve also brought in additional experts and specialists drawn from within government, our contractors, and industry, including veterans of top Silicon Valley companies.

World Aids Day

The Call and Post World AIDS Day health fair will be held at the new Cleveland Convention Center on Sat. Nov. 1 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Ohio gets Medicaid expansion

state legislature to go along with his proposed Medicaid expansion agenda, took his case to the state Controlling Board where the six member cabal of lawmakers approved the governor’s plan, causing jubilation among many who fought alongside Kasich to pull ...

Attorney General DeWine joins Prevent Blindness Ohio, Ohio Optical Dispensers Board To Stop Dangerous Sales of Cosmetic Contact Lenses

DeWine strongly encourages Ohioans to report the illegal sales to the Ohio Optical Dispensers Board at (614) 466-9709.

Meals By Maxine

Or if you just want to do potatoes but don’t want the traditional “mashed potatoes” add a different twist to family dinner and have a cheesy potato casserole instead of the traditional mashed potatoes

Meals by Maxine

As the cooler nights of Cleveland's fall season moves in on us, it is the perfect time to invest a few minutes in the kitchen. A short trip to the grocery store and voila...your family will go wild about an ...

Ohio Ranks 2nd for Global Warming Pollution from Power Plants

“America's dirtiest power plants are the elephant in the room when it comes to global warming," said Kathryn Lee, Field Associate for Environment Ohio. "If we want a cleaner, safer future for our kids, we can't afford to ignore power ...

Educational series on pain management for those with arthritis

The program is designed for people who desire to be an active participant in their arthritis management.

2013 Fall Flu Defense Needed

Every year, seasonal flu viruses cause illness, hospital stays and deaths in the United States. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reported 22,048 flu cases from September 30 through the end of 2012.

Are you protecting yourself from diabetes ?

Before 1940, diabetes was thought to be rare among the African-American community. But, not anymore. Today, we have a much higher rate of diabetes than White americans at all adult age levels.

CWRU researchers trace inner-city women’s health issues to childhood traumas

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have traced chronic health problems of adult inner-city women to traumas from childhood abuse and neglect

Drinking coconut water can give your life a lift

Coconut water is all the rage right now and for good reason! Coconut water is said to be the most valuable super food on earth and nature’s most refreshing drink.