Artist Rod Sounik talks about the spontaneity of glass blowing and shaping.
There’s one thing all Americans share at birth. It’s the experience of having a heel stick, a jab that draws blood used for all types of screening. How much can doctors learn from a few drops of blood squeezed from the heel?
As tomato plants are being removed from K-Marts, Wal-Marts and Home Depots in all the New England states, Ohio tomato growers are on alert. The reason is the emergence of a virulent pathogen that can destroy acres of crops at a time.
The case of a traveler with XDR tuberculosis recently served as a reminder of the urgent need for better diagnosis, management and treatment for infectious disease.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has some new recommendations for parents of young children. While attending a health conference in Columbus, Center Deputy Director Doctor Melinda Wharton says too many pre-schoolers have been showing up in emergency rooms and clinics with serious flu symptons.