Ohio Contributes To 110,000 New Clean Energy Jobs

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8:02AM
March 8, 2013

A new report out this week says Ohio contributed to the more than 110,000 clean energy jobs created in the U.S. in 2012.

Oberlin Cancels Classes After Latest On-Campus Incident

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About 1,000 students gathered on campus for an afternoon rally, which featured songs from a marching band and an African dance ensemble.
8:01AM
March
5, 2013

The northeast Ohio college canceled classes Monday after the latest in a string of racist, anti-Semitic and anti-gay messages on campus.

The Ups And Downs Of Measuring Body Fat

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Gina Shaffer is a personal trainer with EMH Center for Health and Fitness.
8:02AM
February
25, 2013

Visit the doctor and someone will almost certainly take your temperature, blood pressure and weight. All it takes is a thermometer, arm cuff and a scale. Patients have a pretty good idea what the readings mean. But the tools to measure fat are much more diverse – and each has its drawbacks.

Gas Companies Struggle With Lack Of Infrastructure

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Panelmatic employee welds the sides of a remote instrument enclosure, a container that holds gas processing equipment.
8:31AM
February
20, 2013

Ohio’s natural gas industry is still growing, but it’s being slowed down by a lack of companies that can transport and store the gas.

Ohio Restaurants Optimistic About 2013

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The National Restaurant Association says after seeing profits fizzle more than sizzle during the recession, eateries will post record sales roughly four percent higher in 2013 and add jobs at a roughly 2.5 percent rate higher than the overall U.S. job market.
8:03AM
January
22, 2013

The National Restaurant Association says after seeing profits fizzle more than sizzle during the recession, eateries will post record sales roughly four percent higher in 2013 and add jobs at a roughly 2.5 percent rate higher than the overall U.S. job market.

Ohio Communities Move To Protect Water Supplies From Drilling

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Communities in Carroll, Athens, and Mahoning County are also taking steps to set up programs to protect their water before drilling comes to their backyards.
7:18AM
January
11, 2013

Ohio has a long history of drilling in shallow oil and gas wells. But the expansion of horizontal, deep shale drilling has raised many questions about how well ground water resources are insulated from potential contamination from the drilling process.

Lima Tank Manufacturer Gets Reprieve In Defense Bill

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The Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in Lima is the only facility in the world that builds M-1 Abrams battle tanks.
1:10PM
January
4, 2013

The world’s only facility that makes the formidable M-1 Abrams battle tank will remain in production, at least for another year.

Why Are Some People Perfectionists?

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Morgan Thompson is a cognitive sciences student at Case Western. She considers herself a perfectionist.
8:23AM
December
3, 2012

Most people want to do good work, but sometimes “good” isn’t “good enough.” No one knows that better than perfectionists. Their uncompromising drive can lead to great achievement, but also brings a certain kind of misery.

Ohio Doctors Hopeful About New Obesity Drugs

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7:32AM
November 21, 2012

For the first time in 13 years, the Food and Drug Administration has approved two new drugs to combat obesity.