Corydon Palmer Dental Society sponsored the event
First combined agency meeting is Feb. 23
Dinner is Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. at St. Nicholas Church in Struthers.
The trend: People turning to food banks regularly, not just in emergencies
Patricia Sweeney rehired as health commissioner
Keith Lomax of Youngstown, a Navy veteran, reflects on 2012, the year he was homeless and lived in an abandoned structure.
Twelve nurses, three secretaries and a manager hired for the nursery unit
The goal is mutual benefit
Half of Ohio homes have elevated radon levels
A man sits next to a small tent in a camp under the Spring Common Bridge, viewed from West Front Street in downtown Youngstown. Several homeless people are living in the camp during this month’s sometimes subzero temperatures.
He is a pediatric anesthesiologist
People who need a warm place to stay during the frigid weather can call 211 to reach Help Hot Line Crisis Center, whose phone lines operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Brenda Christensen, a registered nurse, administers the flu vaccine to a client during a Mahoning County Board of Health clinic Tuesday in Austintown. Mahoning and Trumbull counties have been hard-hit by the flu virus, county and state health officials said.
Cvetkovic describes them as "society's invisible children"
Look to improve social determinants that affect health of mothers
Another $25,000 in special commitments is expected
Keep busy to keep their minds off Noelle's death
Carter: Treatment works
Grants in January, 2015 will total nearly $200,000
Tears flow when the hearing aids are turned on
Shoppers must be pre-registered
75 percent of enrollees pay less than $100 a month out-of-pocket
Still recommends the shot to shorten length, severity of the disease
Says he will miss the camaraderie that is unique to the military
Awarded six medals, including the Combat Action Ribbon
Naloxone can immediately reverse overdose
Mahoning and Trumbull counties have some 200 toy drop-off sites
Standing around a table at the St. Vincent de Paul Society Dining Hall, preparing cookies for patrons Friday are, from left: Daisha Boyd, Gabrielle Boyd, Madison Hayes and Kierra Boyd. The young ladies were little girls five years ago when the Webster family tradition of volunteering at St. Vincent de Paul the day after Thanksgiving was started.
Second Harvest member agencies fill 15,000 requests for food per week
Health department staff members to attend Ohio Infant Mortality Summit
D.A.L.E. stands for "Do a Little Extra"
Says mission to China rewarding experience
Advancing technology improving prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment
Experience gave added meaning to Veterans Day
Wounded on Iwo Jima
Money collected stays in the Mahoning Valley
African-American men in the Valley twice as likely to get prostate cancer
Birth and death info available back to 1908 and 1954, respectively
Rescue Mission needs more turkeys to prepare 2,000 free meals
No pharmaceuticals or surgeries will be used
U.S. likely to avoid widespread deaths
Would reduce diagnosis time from two days to 30 minutes to two hours
Seth Durig, of Lane Lifetrans Paramedics, shows off a level C containment suit, typically worn for treating people with infectious diseases. Randy Pugh, vice president of Lane Lifetrans, said there is no clear protocol for first responders.
Goal is consolidation by July 1, 2015
Make sure protocols and communications are in order ... in case
Piggyback Foundation can provide tutoring, special occasion celebrations
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown said C-130s must be upgraded by 2020
Family dog, Star, signals when his glucose levels are off
Provided deterrent to nuclear war
Transportation is available