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Kettering Health to expand in Kettering with medical offices
 Kettering Health Network has purchased a vacant lot in the 1700 block of E. Stroop Road, just west of Wilmington Pike in Kettering, where it plans to build medical offices, the Dayton-based health system announced Thursday. The announcement comes just a day after the health system announced plans to open physician practices and offer outpatient...

Posted: 9 days ago

Kettering Health Network has purchased a vacant lot in the 1700 block of E. Stroop Road, just west of Wilmington Pike in Kettering, where it plans to build medical offices, the Dayton-based health system announced Thursday. The announcement comes just a day after the health system announced plans to open physician practices and offer outpatient...
Student loans burdening retirement
 More than 6 million adults, including thousands in Ohio, age 50-64 are still encumbered by student loan debt that may be causing financial hardship even after they retire, according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) analysis of U.S. Department of Education data. Among older adults holding federal student loan debt in 2015, there...

Posted: 9 days ago

More than 6 million adults, including thousands in Ohio, age 50-64 are still encumbered by student loan debt that may be causing financial hardship even after they retire, according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) analysis of U.S. Department of Education data. Among older adults holding federal student loan debt in 2015, there...
1-minute reads: 3 things to know about Dayton business today
 RESTAURANTS Restaurant outlook: People not going out to eat as much Restaurants in Ohio brought in almost $1 billion in sales last year, but consumers didn’t go out to eat as much in the first month of 2017. A new survey by the Ohio Restaurant Association and the Cleveland Research Company found restaurant owners saw weaker consumer...

Posted: 9 days ago

RESTAURANTS Restaurant outlook: People not going out to eat as much Restaurants in Ohio brought in almost $1 billion in sales last year, but consumers didn’t go out to eat as much in the first month of 2017. A new survey by the Ohio Restaurant Association and the Cleveland Research Company found restaurant owners saw weaker consumer...
Springboro High School informs of whooping cough case
 At least one case of pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough, has been confirmed at Springboro High School, where health officials are advising parents to monitor their children for symptoms. The Springboro case is the only case of whooping cough that has been reported so far this year in Warren County, according to the local health...

Posted: 10 days ago

At least one case of pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough, has been confirmed at Springboro High School, where health officials are advising parents to monitor their children for symptoms. The Springboro case is the only case of whooping cough that has been reported so far this year in Warren County, according to the local health...
Kettering Health expanding its reach in Miami Valley

Posted: 10 days ago

A Dayton-area health system continues to expand its presence in the Miami Valley with plans to open physician offices and outpatient facilities at two new locations. Kettering Health Network announced plans to build a medical office building on a lot formerly occupied by a car wash at 744 E. Dixie Drive in West Carollton and it had acquired...
Kettering Health plans new medical offices
 Kettering Health Network plans to open physician practices and offer outpatient services in a 62,000-square-foot building it recently purchased in the Shops of Oakwood, near Dorothy Lane Market, network officials announced Wednesday. “We are thrilled to continue the building’s legacy of providing health care to our neighbors in...

Posted: 10 days ago

Kettering Health Network plans to open physician practices and offer outpatient services in a 62,000-square-foot building it recently purchased in the Shops of Oakwood, near Dorothy Lane Market, network officials announced Wednesday. “We are thrilled to continue the building’s legacy of providing health care to our neighbors in...
1-minute reads: 3 things to know about Dayton business today
 Consumers apparently aren’t feeling the love this year. After a decade-long increase in Valentine’s Day spending, consumers in the U.S. will spend less on the romantic holiday than they did last year. The average person is expected to spend an average of $136.57, a decrease from last year’s $146.84. READ MORE HERE Skyline...

Posted: 10 days ago

Consumers apparently aren’t feeling the love this year. After a decade-long increase in Valentine’s Day spending, consumers in the U.S. will spend less on the romantic holiday than they did last year. The average person is expected to spend an average of $136.57, a decrease from last year’s $146.84. READ MORE HERE Skyline...
CareSource finalizes purchase of former building site
 Dayton-based CareSource has finalized the purchase of a vacant building site at 122 Jefferson St. near the company’s planned new office tower, Montgomery County property records show. CareSource, a Medicaid managed care provider and private health insurer, paid $515,700 for the site, where a Dayton Hydraulic Co. office building was...

Posted: 10 days ago

Dayton-based CareSource has finalized the purchase of a vacant building site at 122 Jefferson St. near the company’s planned new office tower, Montgomery County property records show. CareSource, a Medicaid managed care provider and private health insurer, paid $515,700 for the site, where a Dayton Hydraulic Co. office building was...
Aetna, Humana merger nixed in Ohio
 Aetna Inc. and Humana Inc., which collectively provide health insurance coverage for more than a half-million Ohioans, have ended negotiations on a proposed $34 billion merger following a U.S. judge’s ruling that the merger would reduce competition and potentially raise health care costs for consumers. Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark Bertolini...

Posted: 11 days ago

Aetna Inc. and Humana Inc., which collectively provide health insurance coverage for more than a half-million Ohioans, have ended negotiations on a proposed $34 billion merger following a U.S. judge’s ruling that the merger would reduce competition and potentially raise health care costs for consumers. Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark Bertolini...
Nursing group wants patient load reduced for nurses in Ohio bill
 Members of the National Nurses Organizing Committee-Ohio and elected officials will gather at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus this morning in support of proposed legislation that would set specific limits on the numbers of patients each RN can care for in hospitals throughout the state. The Ohio Patient Protection Act, which is being reintroduced...

Posted: 11 days ago

Members of the National Nurses Organizing Committee-Ohio and elected officials will gather at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus this morning in support of proposed legislation that would set specific limits on the numbers of patients each RN can care for in hospitals throughout the state. The Ohio Patient Protection Act, which is being reintroduced...
Flu spreading but may be losing steam as Clark County cases drop
 Overall flu activity and the number of flu-related hospitalizations continued to rise for the entire Miami Valley last week but dropped in Clark County. At least four children have died from flu-related complications in Ohio, according to the state health department. A 7-year-old boy from Columbiana County near Cleveland was the latest victim...

Posted: 11 days ago

Overall flu activity and the number of flu-related hospitalizations continued to rise for the entire Miami Valley last week but dropped in Clark County. At least four children have died from flu-related complications in Ohio, according to the state health department. A 7-year-old boy from Columbiana County near Cleveland was the latest victim...
Flu claims fourth child in Ohio
 Four children have died in Ohio in the past two weeks from flu-like symptoms and flu-related hospitalizations continue to rise throughout the Miami Valley, according to the state health department. A 7-year-old boy from Columbiana County near Cleveland was the latest victim, according to a spokeswoman for the Ohio Department of Health (ODH)...

Posted: 11 days ago

Four children have died in Ohio in the past two weeks from flu-like symptoms and flu-related hospitalizations continue to rise throughout the Miami Valley, according to the state health department. A 7-year-old boy from Columbiana County near Cleveland was the latest victim, according to a spokeswoman for the Ohio Department of Health (ODH)...
1-minute reads: 3 things to know about Dayton business today
 RESTAURANT New ‘healthy’ restaurant to open at The Greene in Beavercreek A new restaurant serving grilled chicken and other healthy dishes is set to open at The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek later this year. Deg’s Flame Grilled Chicken, which already has a location at the Liberty Center in Liberty Twp., will open its...

Posted: 11 days ago

RESTAURANT New ‘healthy’ restaurant to open at The Greene in Beavercreek A new restaurant serving grilled chicken and other healthy dishes is set to open at The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek later this year. Deg’s Flame Grilled Chicken, which already has a location at the Liberty Center in Liberty Twp., will open its...
CareSource executive joins Dayton chamber
 Jonathan Allison, executive vice president of business development and integration at downtown Dayton-based CareSource, has been named to the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce’s board of trustees, the chamber announced Monday. RELATED:
            CareSource adds new executive position Allison, former chief of staff and senior adviser...

Posted: 12 days ago

Jonathan Allison, executive vice president of business development and integration at downtown Dayton-based CareSource, has been named to the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce’s board of trustees, the chamber announced Monday. RELATED: CareSource adds new executive position Allison, former chief of staff and senior adviser...
Flu hospitalizations increase in region, state
 Overall flu activity and the number of flu-related hospitalizations continues to rise throughout the Miami Valley but the number of cases show signs of leveling off, according to the most recent figures from Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County. There were a total of 70 flu-related hospitalizations in the 10-county area tracked...

Posted: 12 days ago

Overall flu activity and the number of flu-related hospitalizations continues to rise throughout the Miami Valley but the number of cases show signs of leveling off, according to the most recent figures from Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County. There were a total of 70 flu-related hospitalizations in the 10-county area tracked...
CUTE BABIES: Little hat program to warn of heart issues
 More than 600 babies born at Premier Health hospitals this month will be dressed in little red knit hats to help raise awareness of congenital heart defects during American Heart Month. The hats, which are being distributed through the American Heart Association’s “Little Hats, Big Hearts” program, are intended to draw attention...

Posted: 13 days ago

More than 600 babies born at Premier Health hospitals this month will be dressed in little red knit hats to help raise awareness of congenital heart defects during American Heart Month. The hats, which are being distributed through the American Heart Association’s “Little Hats, Big Hearts” program, are intended to draw attention...
Calendars made here warn of problem gambling in Ohio
 The volunteer Montgomery County Problem Gambling Prevention Coalition next month will begin distributing free calendars created by local students intended to draw attention to problem gambling during National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. The calendars display the winning entries from local calendar competitions among art students from...

Posted: 13 days ago

The volunteer Montgomery County Problem Gambling Prevention Coalition next month will begin distributing free calendars created by local students intended to draw attention to problem gambling during National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. The calendars display the winning entries from local calendar competitions among art students from...
Kettering to host heart health event
 Kettering Health Network is celebrating American Heart Month with a free event later this month meant to encourage local residents to pursue a healthy lifestyle to fight heart disease, which is the leading cause of death for men and women. Kettering will host a Zumba class from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 28 at the Kettering Recreation Complex...

Posted: 14 days ago

Kettering Health Network is celebrating American Heart Month with a free event later this month meant to encourage local residents to pursue a healthy lifestyle to fight heart disease, which is the leading cause of death for men and women. Kettering will host a Zumba class from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 28 at the Kettering Recreation Complex...
Calendars warn of problem gambling
 The volunteer Montgomery County Problem Gambling Prevention Coalition next month will begin distributing free calendars created by local students intended to draw attention to problem gambling during National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. The calendars display the winning entries from local calendar competitions among art students from...

Posted: 15 days ago

The volunteer Montgomery County Problem Gambling Prevention Coalition next month will begin distributing free calendars created by local students intended to draw attention to problem gambling during National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. The calendars display the winning entries from local calendar competitions among art students from...
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