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Residents living in and around Napoleon can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening in August.

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Through efforts coordinated by a collaborative council of multi-disciplinary stakeholders across its ministry, Bon Secours Mercy Health (BSMH) and hospitals in Tiffin, Willard and Defiance implemented sustainable initiatives that earned environmental excellence awards from Practice Greenheal…

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Recently two Henry County 4-H teens were selected for state honors. Kalleigh Fry of Archbold was selected as a delegate to National 4-H Congress, and Adrianna Meyer of Swanton was selected to serve on the Ohio State Fair Junior Fair Board.

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The Alzheimer’s Association Northwest Ohio Chapter is hosting an educational program at the Napoleon Public Library to share information about the basics of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and to answer questions about the disease.

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COLUMBUS — During National Volunteer Week, April 17-23, the Ohio Department of Aging and the Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman celebrate “Empathy in Action” and recognize the priceless contributions of ombudsman volunteers. They invite all Ohioans to contribute their time and empa…

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Residents living in and around Napoleon can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening.

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This month, we celebrate the 27th annual National Public Health Week. This year’s theme, “Public Health Is Where You Are,” celebrates what we know is true: The places where we are, physically, mentally and societally, affect our health and our lives.

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MAUMEE - The Alzheimer's Association Northwest Ohio Chapter is offering three programs that will help families learn more about dementia, make challenging decisions together and communicate more effectively.

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Dear Doctors: I’m pregnant, and just like last time, random strangers feel it’s OK to comment on what I eat and drink. Is it true a little coffee is OK when you’re pregnant? My weekly cup is a big treat, and I want a good answer when the barista at my local coffee shop scolds me for not gett…

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COLUMBUS — The Ohio Attorney General’s Crime Victim Services Section is seeking nominations for its annual Two Days in May Awards, which recognize the outstanding services of individuals and organizations that aid and empower victims of crime in Ohio.

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Residents living in and around the Napoleon area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening.

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Residents living in and around the Napoleon area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening.

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The American Red Cross is encouraging individuals to donate blood and platelets.

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TOLEDO — The American Red Cross is experiencing a severe blood shortage as the number of trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries rise – and deplete the nation’s blood inventory. Donors of all blood types – especially type O and those giving platelets – are urged to make an app…

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ARCHBOLD — Northwest State Community College recognized its Nursing and Allied Health division graduates at a recent pinning ceremony in the following areas: Practical Nursing (PN), Registered Nursing (RN), phlebotomy and medical assisting.

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Many parents have questions about COVID-19 vaccines, which are now available to anyone age 12 and up. That’s good. It’s normal to be cautious when something new comes along. Here are answers to some of the most common questions families may have.

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The American Red Cross is encouraging individuals to donate blood and platelets.

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Residents living in and around Napoleon can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions through a Life Line Screening this month.

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Cell phones continue to become more complex, allowing us to use them for almost every imaginable task. Unfortunately, when it comes to texting and scrolling through social media while driving, this practice is dangerous and illegal in the majority of states. April, which is National Distract…

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MAUMEE — The Alzheimer’s Association Northwest Ohio Chapter will be presenting a variety of virtual educational programs to help the community and families impacted by the disease.

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Dear Doctor: I am 67 years old, with arthritis in my hands and feet. My daughter recently had a fall, and X-rays showed signs of arthritis in her foot. She’s only 34. What are the most important things she can do to keep it from progressing, or at least slow it down?

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Dear Doctor: I am 53 and have diabetes. I live in California and can get the COVID-19 vaccination soon. What side effects can I expect? There are so many stories floating around, and knowing what to believe is hard.

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COLUMBUS - A $190,000 gift to the Cooperatives for the Cure Cancer Fund boosts food-based cancer research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James), and Ohio State’s College of Food, Ag…

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COLUMBUS - Traumatic brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability in children and adults up to age 44. Every 15 seconds, someone in the United States suffers a major traumatic brain injury, and every five minutes someone is forever disabled from traumatic brain injury (TBI).

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A year ago, many things in the world paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the need for blood never stopped. Today blood donations are just as essential, and the American Red Cross urges individuals who are healthy to make an appointment to donate blood.

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Dear Doctor: I am a 72-year-old man and have been diagnosed with aortic regurgitation. My cardiologist said since I’m not experiencing any of the usual symptoms connected with this, he thinks I should just continue to monitor it until I do. What can I expect if and when I do start experienci…

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Everything regarding COVID-19 seems so confusing and even contradictory at times. One television news reporter says cases are dropping, vaccine is getting in arms and the “return to normal” is around the corner. Other reports indicate deaths are on the rise, vaccine is delayed, and we will b…

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Dear Doctor: I am 32 years old, and I just learned I have IBD. My doctor thinks the fact that in my family we eat a lot of sweets has something to do with it. I’m not the only one with stomach issues, but I figured since it runs in the family, it is genetic. Do you think it could really be f…

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Authorities say a wolf briefly escaped its habitat at an Ohio zoo but was recaptured, and no guests or employees were hurt. Officials at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo said the Mexican gray wolf “briefly breached its habitat” Monday and had access to the guest path for about five minutes, but staff established a perimeter around it and the animal care team secured the animal and reunited it with the other wolves. There was no immediate word on how the animal was able to escape. The zoo’s website says the Mexican is the smallest of the gray wolf subspecies, 54 to 66 inches long and weighing 50 to 90 pounds.

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A growing number of scientists is trying to help people reach a goal humans have been chasing throughout history: staying active and vital in old age.  They are part of the skyrocketing scientific field of cellular senescence, which is built upon the idea that cells eventually stop dividing. The body removes most of them, but others linger like zombies, not quite dead and harming normal cells nearby. They accumulate in older bodies, and mounting evidence links this to an array of age-related conditions like dementia, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. Scientists wonder: Can the zombie cell buildup be stopped through things like drugs or exercise?

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TOLEDO — The Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter, is hosting a virtual program to educate viewers about the early warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Residents living in and around Napoleon can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening in August.

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Through efforts coordinated by a collaborative council of multi-disciplinary stakeholders across its ministry, Bon Secours Mercy Health (BSMH) and hospitals in Tiffin, Willard and Defiance implemented sustainable initiatives that earned environmental excellence awards from Practice Greenheal…

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Recently two Henry County 4-H teens were selected for state honors. Kalleigh Fry of Archbold was selected as a delegate to National 4-H Congress, and Adrianna Meyer of Swanton was selected to serve on the Ohio State Fair Junior Fair Board.

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The Alzheimer’s Association Northwest Ohio Chapter is hosting an educational program at the Napoleon Public Library to share information about the basics of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and to answer questions about the disease.

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COLUMBUS — During National Volunteer Week, April 17-23, the Ohio Department of Aging and the Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman celebrate “Empathy in Action” and recognize the priceless contributions of ombudsman volunteers. They invite all Ohioans to contribute their time and empa…

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Residents living in and around Napoleon can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening.

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This month, we celebrate the 27th annual National Public Health Week. This year’s theme, “Public Health Is Where You Are,” celebrates what we know is true: The places where we are, physically, mentally and societally, affect our health and our lives.

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MAUMEE - The Alzheimer's Association Northwest Ohio Chapter is offering three programs that will help families learn more about dementia, make challenging decisions together and communicate more effectively.

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Dear Doctors: I’m pregnant, and just like last time, random strangers feel it’s OK to comment on what I eat and drink. Is it true a little coffee is OK when you’re pregnant? My weekly cup is a big treat, and I want a good answer when the barista at my local coffee shop scolds me for not gett…

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COLUMBUS — The Ohio Attorney General’s Crime Victim Services Section is seeking nominations for its annual Two Days in May Awards, which recognize the outstanding services of individuals and organizations that aid and empower victims of crime in Ohio.

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Residents living in and around the Napoleon area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening.

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Residents living in and around the Napoleon area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening.

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The American Red Cross is encouraging individuals to donate blood and platelets.

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TOLEDO — The American Red Cross is experiencing a severe blood shortage as the number of trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries rise – and deplete the nation’s blood inventory. Donors of all blood types – especially type O and those giving platelets – are urged to make an app…

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ARCHBOLD — Northwest State Community College recognized its Nursing and Allied Health division graduates at a recent pinning ceremony in the following areas: Practical Nursing (PN), Registered Nursing (RN), phlebotomy and medical assisting.

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The American Red Cross is encouraging individuals to donate blood and platelets.

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Residents living in and around Napoleon can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions through a Life Line Screening this month.

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Cell phones continue to become more complex, allowing us to use them for almost every imaginable task. Unfortunately, when it comes to texting and scrolling through social media while driving, this practice is dangerous and illegal in the majority of states. April, which is National Distract…

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MAUMEE — The Alzheimer’s Association Northwest Ohio Chapter will be presenting a variety of virtual educational programs to help the community and families impacted by the disease.

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Dear Doctor: I am 67 years old, with arthritis in my hands and feet. My daughter recently had a fall, and X-rays showed signs of arthritis in her foot. She’s only 34. What are the most important things she can do to keep it from progressing, or at least slow it down?

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Dear Doctor: I am 53 and have diabetes. I live in California and can get the COVID-19 vaccination soon. What side effects can I expect? There are so many stories floating around, and knowing what to believe is hard.

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COLUMBUS - A $190,000 gift to the Cooperatives for the Cure Cancer Fund boosts food-based cancer research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James), and Ohio State’s College of Food, Ag…

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COLUMBUS - Traumatic brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability in children and adults up to age 44. Every 15 seconds, someone in the United States suffers a major traumatic brain injury, and every five minutes someone is forever disabled from traumatic brain injury (TBI).

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A year ago, many things in the world paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the need for blood never stopped. Today blood donations are just as essential, and the American Red Cross urges individuals who are healthy to make an appointment to donate blood.

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Dear Doctor: I am a 72-year-old man and have been diagnosed with aortic regurgitation. My cardiologist said since I’m not experiencing any of the usual symptoms connected with this, he thinks I should just continue to monitor it until I do. What can I expect if and when I do start experienci…