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It’s Time For A Flu Shot. Here’s What You Need To Know

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — With all the talk about COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, it’s easy to forget that there’s another respiratory virus poised to strike. Yes, it’s that familiar winter nemesis, the flu. And there are vaccines to help ward it off — but also misinformation and fears circulating. “We’ve been concerned about vaccine fatigue… Read More

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Judge Says Hospital Won’t Be Forced To Treat Patient With Ivermectin

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CINCINNATI (Statehouse News Bureau) — A Cincinnati hospital won’t be forced to continue to treat a COVID patient on a ventilator with an unproven drug. This comes after a judge overruled a previous order from a fellow judge in the same court.Butler County judge Michael Oster Jr. denied a request to order UC Health West Chester… Read More

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Columbus Museum of Art Celebrates Work of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson With Book and Major Exhibition

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WOUB Digital · Columbus Museum of Art Celebrates Work of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson With Book and Major Exhibition Columbus Museum of Art Curator-at-Large Carole Genshaft first met artist Aminah Robinson in the 1980s – and from the moment Genshaft set foot in the artists’ house, she knew she’d entered a sacred space. “The first… Read More

10/1/1985 President Reagan with Chief Justice Warren Burger Justice William Brennan Byron White Justice Thurgood Marshall Justice Harry Blackmun Justice Lewis Powell Justice William Rehnquist Justice John Paul Stevens Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and Justice Potter Stewart during a reception for the United States Supreme Court Justices in the State Dining Room

Pioneer Who Shaped an Era – “Sandra Day O’Connor: The First” on AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, Sept. 13 at 9 pm


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American Experience Sandra Day O’Connor: The First Premieres Monday, September 13 on PBS   New Documentary Premieres 40 Years After the First Woman Was Appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court Time Magazine’s cover proclaimed “Justice At Last,” and she received unanimous Senate approval. During her more than two decades on the Supreme Court, O’Connor was… Read More