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Hospitals in Ohio and at least 14 other states have forced undocumented immigrant patients who were injured or sick to return to their home countries, according to a recent report.
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President Barack Obama, in a soaring commencement address on work, sacrifice and opportunity, told graduates of Morehouse College Sunday to seize the power of their example as black men graduating from college and use it to improve people's lives.
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The Ohio Supreme Court has agreed to review a case against the Ohio State University Medical Center clarifying the standard of care that the Ohio Patient's Bill of Rights provides patients in Ohio psychiatric institutions.
Two seniors laugh during Saturday's graduation at the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in Merrimack, where 16 graduates obtained degrees.
At the Faith Mission Outreach Eye Clinic, Dr. Joan Nerderman understands that - for people without money, food or a place to live - poor vision doesn't always rank as an immediate concern.
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A deer tick is shown under a microscope. Common in the Northeast and now every county in Pennsylvania, the tiny ticks spread dangerous Lyme Disease, named after Lyme, Conn., where the disease was first recognized.
When placed against the backdrop of a recent speech delivered by Barack Obama, the three current political scandals surrounding his administration help not only to lay bare the difference between the nation's two major competing political ideologies, but also the superiority of the ideology of limited government.
Heavy rain this year in northwestern Ohio has nearly doubled the average amount of phosphorus that washes off farm fields each spring and flows down the Maumee River to Lake Erie.
Speaking at Ohio State University this month, Barack Obama urged students to pay no attention to those paranoid types who "incessantly warn of government as nothing more than some separate, sinister entity." Oddly enough, in recent days the most compelling testimony for this view of government has come from the president himself, who insists, with ... (more)
Researchers found that the use of glucagon-like peptide-1 agonists, known as GLP-1 mimetics, resulted in a systolic blood pressure reduction of -2.22 mmHg, a loss of almost six pounds, and a decrease of HbA1c -- an indicator of blood sugar levels -- of 0.41 percent.
Led by Director of Music John SC Hudak , the group will be performing a selection of pieces title "Let America Ring! Patriotic Bells," a musical tribute to America you'll long remember.
A "troubling" experience in Birmingham, Ala., helped cement Carl Ruby's resolve to work within the evangelical Christian community on behalf of immigrants in Ohio and across the U.S. Ruby was an administrator at Cedarville University in Greene County when he joined students on a 2010 civil-rights tour that included the Birmingham Civil Rights ... (more)
For declining neighborhoods to thrive and struggling schools to improve, educators and community leaders need to set their sights on early education, programs offered outside the school day and parent engagement, a new report indicates.
Tyranny: Perhaps the most sinister aspect of the president's parade of scandals is that just days before they broke, he mocked as paranoid those concerned about government excesses.