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Proponents Speak on Racism as a Public Health Crisis

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Proponents Speak on Racism as a Public Health Crisis

This article was originally published on Thursday, June 25, 2020. By Susan Tebben Sarina Herman’s mom was dying. It wasn’t just from the cancer she had, but from the chemo being used to treat it, and the language barrier her health care providers couldn’t surpass. “There have been times where they had to push her to […]

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Virtual Walk with a Doc

  Virtual Walk with a Doc

With many in-person Walk with a Doc events being postponed due to the COVID-19 virus, our team has decided to start hosting VIRTUAL events so that we can remain active and socially connected, even during a period of physical distancing. Every Saturday at 9:00 AM ET we’ll post a video featuring a guest physician who […]

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Virtual Walk with a Doc

  Virtual Walk with a Doc

With many in-person Walk with a Doc events being postponed due to the COVID-19 virus, our team has decided to start hosting VIRTUAL events so that we can remain active and socially connected, even during a period of physical distancing. Every Saturday at 9:00 AM ET we’ll post a video featuring a guest physician who […]

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Governor Issues Order Allowing Spectator Attendance to Arnold Sports Festival Finals

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Governor Issues Order Allowing Spectator Attendance to Arnold Sports Festival Finals

Editor’s note 3/5/2020, 10:00 a.m.: New details on the Arnold Sports Festival have been added as organizers and officials give clarification on what the event will entail. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther held a press conference Tuesday evening to address concerns about the annual Arnold Sports Festival, announcing that the festival […]

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Dialogue: No Shot, No School. Should Government Mandate Vaccines?

  Dialogue: No Shot, No School. Should Government Mandate Vaccines?

In the latest edition of Dialogue, we discuss whether your school board or your employer can force you to be vaccinated. The discussion will feature Dr. William Cotton, a local pediatrician and representative of the American Academy of Pediatrics and State Rep. Don Manning who supports a bill requiring schools to inform parents how they […]

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Opioid Crisis: Panel Discussion

Anne Evans Anne Evans Opioid Crisis: Panel Discussion

Learn about how the opioid crisis affects your community from various perspectives including law enforcement, emergency response, rehabilitation and recovery. In addition, get up-to-date information about trends, terminology, paraphernalia and physiological effects. Ages 16+. Sat., April 27, 2-5pm. Registration required.

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

This year’s Urban Living Tour event has been postponed due to COVID-19, but will be returning later this summer!

CLICK HERE to sign up to be notified when tickets go on sale!