Combining cleverly crafted technology with a large number of people, returns huge value for the apparent tiny individual contribution. The Internet has connected people in ways that would have been
Everyday headlines continue to remind us of the risks that come with drugs. Even when prescribed, drugs have serious side effects. For example, painkillers can be addictive and life-threatening if
Warm weather is finally here! This means more opportunities to be outside for fun in the sun. There are so many fun activities for people of all ages and abilities
Dayton has a very special restaurant with a lot of history and a spectacular menu. This restaurant recently held an event, on May 15th, to help raise support for Partners
The Columbus Dispatch recently reported that less than only a small portion of the $300 million set aside to move Ohioans off a waitlist for disability services has been distributed.
The latest Hospital Safety Score gave 9 hospitals in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton areas an A grade for safety. Six hospitals were graded B, and two were graded C.
It’s May, and that means the class of 2016 has tossed their graduation caps and begun the hunt for work. For most college students, their graduation day was something they
We have all been there. Stuffy nose. Headache. Achy body. Fatigue. What’s the last thing you want to do when you are sick? Work! No problem. You reach for the