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Beijing hoped that by ending its infamous policy restricting women to one child, it would see a quick turnaround in the number of births. But the old policy has had a lasting impact.
Kids and grown-ups can both experience anxiety when it comes to math. One college professor has an assignment to help banish the dread.
A new public health campaign says controlling high blood pressure is among the best ways to keep your brain sharp. The neurologist in charge aims to lead by example.
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – Police say a woman spray-painted a racial slur and other graffiti on a vacant home for sale in northwest Ohio. The Blade in Toledo reports that police say the graffiti was found Saturday and a suspect was arrested. The newspaper reports Toledo Municipal Court records show 47-year-old Patricia Edelen was charged… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – President’s Donald Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court once donated money to the Ohio Democrat who is currently running for governor. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh donated $250 to now-gubernatorial candidate Richard Cordray’s unsuccessful bid for state attorney general in 1998. Kavanaugh also donated $1,000 to Cordray’s failed bid for… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia health officials say 540 confirmed cases of hepatitis A have been reported in the state. The Department of Health and Human Resources said 297 of the cases are in Kanawha County. The totals are from Friday. In Cabell County, the number of cases rose 21 percent this week to… Read More
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – Officials plan to hold a ribbon cutting for a pilot-scale processing plant at West Virginia University aimed at recovering rare earth elements from coal and its byproducts. A ceremony is scheduled Wednesday at the National Research Center for Coal and Energy on WVU’s Evansdale campus in Morgantown. WVU says the goal… Read More