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Clark Co. hospital, EMS resources stretched as overdoses spike again
 Opioid overdoses continue to vex Clark County to the point that the health department has reached out to the state for more supplies of Naloxone — the overdose reversing drug commonly referred to by brand name Narcan. From 2 p.m. Thursday to 11 p.m. Friday there were 19 overdose patients transported to local emergency rooms from Clark...

5:55 PM Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017

Opioid overdoses continue to vex Clark County to the point that the health department has reached out to the state for more supplies of Naloxone — the overdose reversing drug commonly referred to by brand name Narcan. From 2 p.m. Thursday to 11 p.m. Friday there were 19 overdose patients transported to local emergency rooms from Clark...
Consumers kept in dark over drug pricing
 Abigail Martin is grateful for the life-saving drugs her 22-month-old son Aston takes for his epileptic seizures, but the listed price — $180,000 for an eight-week treatment — leaves the Miami Twp. mother shaking her head. “For Aston they are life-saving drugs that if he didn’t have them he’d be having seizures...

5:00 AM Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017

Abigail Martin is grateful for the life-saving drugs her 22-month-old son Aston takes for his epileptic seizures, but the listed price — $180,000 for an eight-week treatment — leaves the Miami Twp. mother shaking her head. “For Aston they are life-saving drugs that if he didn’t have them he’d be having seizures...
Prescription Drug Prices: An investigation into costs and processes
 In order to give our readers the best information from which to make health care decisions, the Dayton Daily News is digging into what drives prescription drug prices with a multi-part series. Explore the investigation’s findings with the articles and video below. For every generic drug that costs next to nothing, there’s a Yervoy...

9:44 PM Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017

In order to give our readers the best information from which to make health care decisions, the Dayton Daily News is digging into what drives prescription drug prices with a multi-part series. Explore the investigation’s findings with the articles and video below. For every generic drug that costs next to nothing, there’s a Yervoy...
Who’s really controlling your drug prices? 5 things to know
 While high-profile stories of price increases for life-saving prescription medications have earned negative attention for pharmaceutical manufacturers, many in the public are unaware of the role played by a less visible piece in the drug supply chain — pharmacy benefit managers. While these companies say they save employers millions...

6:04 PM Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017

While high-profile stories of price increases for life-saving prescription medications have earned negative attention for pharmaceutical manufacturers, many in the public are unaware of the role played by a less visible piece in the drug supply chain — pharmacy benefit managers. While these companies say they save employers millions...
Trump: Drug companies ‘getting away with murder’
 Editor’s note: In order to give our readers the best information from which to make health care decisions, the Dayton Daily News is digging into what drives prescription drug prices with a multi-part series. The full investigation will run in Sunday and Monday’s papers and look for more from this investigation online this week...

5:46 PM Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017

Editor’s note: In order to give our readers the best information from which to make health care decisions, the Dayton Daily News is digging into what drives prescription drug prices with a multi-part series. The full investigation will run in Sunday and Monday’s papers and look for more from this investigation online this week...
$180,000 price tag for Miami Twp. boy’s prescription
 Abigail Martin is grateful for the life-saving drugs her 22-month-old son Aston takes for his epileptic seizures, but the listed price — $180,000 for an eight-week treatment — leaves the Miami Twp. mother shaking her head. “For Aston they are life-saving drugs that if he didn’t have them he’d be having seizures...

5:42 PM Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017

Abigail Martin is grateful for the life-saving drugs her 22-month-old son Aston takes for his epileptic seizures, but the listed price — $180,000 for an eight-week treatment — leaves the Miami Twp. mother shaking her head. “For Aston they are life-saving drugs that if he didn’t have them he’d be having seizures...
A video guide: How do prescription drug prices get set?
 One of the most aggravating aspects of the prescription system for consumers is the mystery of why some drugs cost so much. For every generic drug that costs next to nothing, there’s a Yervoy. The treatment for skin cancer costs more than $92,000 per user annually, or more than $250 a day. The world of drug pricing is shrouded in layers...

9:21 PM Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017

One of the most aggravating aspects of the prescription system for consumers is the mystery of why some drugs cost so much. For every generic drug that costs next to nothing, there’s a Yervoy. The treatment for skin cancer costs more than $92,000 per user annually, or more than $250 a day. The world of drug pricing is shrouded in layers...
3 reasons prescription drugs cost so much
 The Dayton Daily News has been digging into the complex system behind how prescription drugs get priced. IN-DEPTH REPORT: Read and watch the full investigation Here are three things we’ve learned: As health care has focused more on prevention, more new drugs are being developed each year. That includes hundreds of specialty drugs...

8:14 PM Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017

The Dayton Daily News has been digging into the complex system behind how prescription drugs get priced. IN-DEPTH REPORT: Read and watch the full investigation Here are three things we’ve learned: As health care has focused more on prevention, more new drugs are being developed each year. That includes hundreds of specialty drugs...
MLK Day: Thousands march in Dayton for unity, equality
 Thousands marched, chanted and sang messages of unity and peace through downtown Dayton Monday in memory of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. “I’m out here today to represent what my ancestors went through. All the things going on with the president elect, it’s really important that young African American people...

8:25 PM Monday, Jan. 16, 2017

Thousands marched, chanted and sang messages of unity and peace through downtown Dayton Monday in memory of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. “I’m out here today to represent what my ancestors went through. All the things going on with the president elect, it’s really important that young African American people...
Bellefontaine mom’s murder trial pushed back again
 The trial of Bellefontaine mother Brittany Pilkington, who has been charged with aggravated murder in the death of her three sons, has been pushed back again at the request of her lawyers. Following a hearing in Logan Common Pleas Court on Wednesday, the judge vacated the final pre-trial date set for February and rescheduled the next hearing...

3:27 PM Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017

The trial of Bellefontaine mother Brittany Pilkington, who has been charged with aggravated murder in the death of her three sons, has been pushed back again at the request of her lawyers. Following a hearing in Logan Common Pleas Court on Wednesday, the judge vacated the final pre-trial date set for February and rescheduled the next hearing...
Ohio continues anemic population growth
 Ohio’s population has stagnated, growing slower than 38 other states, and some experts said they don’t expect future growth unless the state creates more jobs. The Buckeye State grew by about 9,000 people from July 1, 2015 to July 1, 2016 — an increase of just .07 percent and a slow down from the already sluggish growth...

6:15 PM Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017

Ohio’s population has stagnated, growing slower than 38 other states, and some experts said they don’t expect future growth unless the state creates more jobs. The Buckeye State grew by about 9,000 people from July 1, 2015 to July 1, 2016 — an increase of just .07 percent and a slow down from the already sluggish growth...
Dayton fatal crash deadliest of 2016 in Ohio
 A February wrong-way crash on Interstate 75 in Dayton that killed five people was the deadliest crash in Ohio since 2013. It was among more than 65,000 total crashes on Ohio roadways in 2016 that resulted in thousands of injuries and 1,077 deaths, as of Friday. Fewer people died in traffic crashes in 2016 than the year before, according to...

6:15 PM Tuesday, Jan. 03, 2017

A February wrong-way crash on Interstate 75 in Dayton that killed five people was the deadliest crash in Ohio since 2013. It was among more than 65,000 total crashes on Ohio roadways in 2016 that resulted in thousands of injuries and 1,077 deaths, as of Friday. Fewer people died in traffic crashes in 2016 than the year before, according to...
Fatal crashes down in Clark County in 2016
 Fewer people died in Clark County traffic crashes in 2016 than the year before, including a dramatic decrease in the number of fatalities due to impaired driving. There were more than 65,000 total crashes on Ohio roadways in 2016 that resulted in thousands of injuries and 1,077 deaths, as of Friday. Those numbers are down from 2015 totals...

6:12 PM Tuesday, Jan. 03, 2017

Fewer people died in Clark County traffic crashes in 2016 than the year before, including a dramatic decrease in the number of fatalities due to impaired driving. There were more than 65,000 total crashes on Ohio roadways in 2016 that resulted in thousands of injuries and 1,077 deaths, as of Friday. Those numbers are down from 2015 totals...
Fatal crashes drop in Butler County in 2016
 Fewer people died in Butler County traffic crashes in 2016 than the year before, including a decrease in the number of fatalities due to impaired driving. There were more than 65,000 total crashes on Ohio roadways in 2016 that resulted in thousands of injuries and 1,077 deaths, as of Friday. Those numbers are down from 2015 totals, according...

6:10 PM Tuesday, Jan. 03, 2017

Fewer people died in Butler County traffic crashes in 2016 than the year before, including a decrease in the number of fatalities due to impaired driving. There were more than 65,000 total crashes on Ohio roadways in 2016 that resulted in thousands of injuries and 1,077 deaths, as of Friday. Those numbers are down from 2015 totals, according...
Inspector General: Ohio parolees being held too long in jail
 Parole authorities in Ohio violated their own policies by allowing parolees to be held in jail longer than the allotted time frame to schedule a hearing, according to a new report from the Office of the Ohio Inspector General. The report details four complaints made to the OIG in 2015 in which parolees were held in Ohio jails for parole violations...

8:16 PM Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016

Parole authorities in Ohio violated their own policies by allowing parolees to be held in jail longer than the allotted time frame to schedule a hearing, according to a new report from the Office of the Ohio Inspector General. The report details four complaints made to the OIG in 2015 in which parolees were held in Ohio jails for parole violations...
School rallies around mother and daughter injured in house fire
 A mother who ran through flames to rescue her 6-year-old daughter in an early-morning fire at their Riverside home remained in serious condition at Miami Valley Hospital on Friday. The fire was reported just before 2:30 a.m. Friday on Sweetleaf Drive. Firefighters said the mother initially tried to escape out of the garage, but was unable...

10:50 PM Friday, Dec. 16, 2016

A mother who ran through flames to rescue her 6-year-old daughter in an early-morning fire at their Riverside home remained in serious condition at Miami Valley Hospital on Friday. The fire was reported just before 2:30 a.m. Friday on Sweetleaf Drive. Firefighters said the mother initially tried to escape out of the garage, but was unable...
Judge rules that Dayton abortion clinic can stay open
 A judge has ruled that the Dayton area’s only abortion clinic can remain open while fighting to keep its state operating license. Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Mary Wiseman issued an emergency order Monday to stay and suspend state health director Rick Hodges’ Nov. 30 order against Women’s Med Center of Dayton...

8:21 PM Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2016

A judge has ruled that the Dayton area’s only abortion clinic can remain open while fighting to keep its state operating license. Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Mary Wiseman issued an emergency order Monday to stay and suspend state health director Rick Hodges’ Nov. 30 order against Women’s Med Center of Dayton...
Census: Clark and Champaign cities losing population
 New Carlisle and Urbana are losing residents, according to new population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. New Carlisle’s population declined by 1.5 percent, losing about 90 people, from the 2006-2010 5-year estimate to the 2011-2015 estimate released this week. Urbana’s population decline over the same period was 1 percent...

6:59 PM Thursday, Dec. 08, 2016

New Carlisle and Urbana are losing residents, according to new population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. New Carlisle’s population declined by 1.5 percent, losing about 90 people, from the 2006-2010 5-year estimate to the 2011-2015 estimate released this week. Urbana’s population decline over the same period was 1 percent...
Census: Monroe area’s fastest-growing city
 Monroe is the area’s fastest-growing small city, according to new population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. The city’s population grew by 15 percent, adding nearly 1,800 people, from the 2006-2010 5-year estimate to the 2011-2015 estimate released this week. Mason and Trenton also saw growth of 6 percent or more, while...

6:33 PM Thursday, Dec. 08, 2016

Monroe is the area’s fastest-growing small city, according to new population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. The city’s population grew by 15 percent, adding nearly 1,800 people, from the 2006-2010 5-year estimate to the 2011-2015 estimate released this week. Mason and Trenton also saw growth of 6 percent or more, while...
Census: Brookville is area’s fastest-growing city
 Brookville is the Dayton area’s fastest-growing small city, according to new population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. The city’s population grew by 7 percent, adding about 400 people, from the 2006-2010 5-year estimate to the 2011-2015 estimate released this week. Beavercreek, Fairborn, Springboro, and Union City all...

6:15 PM Thursday, Dec. 08, 2016

Brookville is the Dayton area’s fastest-growing small city, according to new population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. The city’s population grew by 7 percent, adding about 400 people, from the 2006-2010 5-year estimate to the 2011-2015 estimate released this week. Beavercreek, Fairborn, Springboro, and Union City all...
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